Delaware Public Media

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 Joe del Tufo

The Delaware Symphony Orchestra is gearing up for new season with lavish productions of Beethoven, Mozart and Mahler.

Courtesy Elisabeth Bard

Newark-based photographer Elisabeth Bard uses long exposure times to create one of a kind landscape photos.

In our latest Arts Playlist, Mark Arehart talks with the photographer about how her show Divisions Upon a Ground blurs time and place.


A new poll finds many Delaware drivers travel with pets and officials are urging people to secure their furry friends safely.

Amanda Romney/American Red Cross

In the wake of a severe blood and platelet shortage, the Red Cross has issued an emergency call for donations this summer.


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Events up and down the state are ringing in Independence Day, including festivals, parades and fireworks.

Many Delawareans will take to First State waterways this weekend. And with all the festivities, police will on the lookout for inebriated boaters.

Courtesy The Freeman Stage at Bayside

The Freeman Stage at Bayside just west of Fenwick Island is celebrating its 10th season. In the latest Arts Playlist Mark Arehart talks with Freeman Stage Communications Manager Alyson Cunningham about where the venue started and where it's headed.


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As state lawmakers try to hammer out a last minute budget deal, arts advocates are worried steep cuts could leave arts programs bare in the First State.


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More Delawareans are projected to hit the roads and take to the skies this Independence Day weekend than ever before.


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A program providing free meals in the summer months to low-income students is back this year.


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