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Mark Arehart

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Mark Arehart, our Morning Edition Host and Arts Reporter, has been a host, reporter and producer at several NPR member stations in Alaska, Washington and Kansas. His reporting has taken him everywhere from remote islands in the Bering Sea to the tops of skyscrapers overlooking Puget Sound. He is a diehard college basketball fan who enjoys taking walks with his dog, Otis.

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Courtesy of Su Knoll Horty

Abstract painter Su Knoll Horty’s newest exhibit Color Pops Two opens at the Christina Cultural Arts Center next month.

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Student groups from Wesley College are collaborating for an open mic night at the Dover Public Library Thursday night.

A New Jersey man faces up to 10 years in prison for stealing DuPont company trade secrets.

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Warm spring weather hits the First State to start the week. Temperatures in the low-80s are in the forecast for Tuesday.

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Forgeries are a part of the art world. For every classic master work, there’s money to be made and prestige to be had in passing a fake off as the real thing.

In our latest Arts Playlist, Mark Arehart talked with Curator Linda Eaton at Winterthur about the museum's newest exhibit that explores the world of forged art, Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes.

Courtesy Lewes Chamber of Commerce

The 8th annual Lewes Tulip Celebration starts this week, honoring the city's Dutch heritage.

An exhibit opening this week at the Delaware Division of the Arts Mezzanine Gallery draws viewers into the volcanic power of fused glass.

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The Claude E. Phillips Herbarium on the campus of Delaware State University is the backdrop for a group painting session.

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Students at Appoquinimink High School are putting messages on their cars to encourage drivers to stay safe on the roads.

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The Delaware Art Museum welcomes dancers from the Delaware Arts Conservatory for a performance of The Snow Queen, the ballet adapted from the classic fairy tale.