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The Green

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The Green, from Delaware Public Media, is where Delaware explores its common ground. Weekly we take a look at Delaware from government and politics to the arts, the environment and what is happening down the street.More from The Green »

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The Green - April 20, 2018

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"Still a lot of work to do": Delmarva Power mechanic reflects on restoration efforts in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has been struggling to fully restore power since Hurricane Maria hit in September. It even suffered a major island-wide power outage this week. Over the past two months, Pepco Holdings sent employees from its regional utility companies, including two crews of 25 from Delmarva Power, Atlantic City Electric and Pepco — to the island to assist with power restoration efforts. The second crew returned from Puerto Rico earlier this month.

"Still a lot of work to do": Delmarva Power mechanic reflects on restoration efforts in Puerto Rico

Arts Playlist: Delaware Shakespeare's 2018 season

Delaware Shakespeare's 2018 season kicks off in June and will feature a weekend of scenes at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, plus Much Ado About Nothing at its Summer Festival at Rockwood Park in July and performances of The Merchant of Venice in its 2018 Community Tour . The Longwood Gardens Summer Performance Series is the newest addition to a quickly growing slate of Shakespearean entertainment around the state. In this week's Arts Playlist - Delaware Public Media's Kelli Steele spoke

"Midterm Matters" podcast weighs in on celebrity poiltical speech, Paul Ryan and Facebook

This week, we bring you another edition of the "Midterm Matters" podcast from the University of Delaware Center for Political Communication. This podcast is part of the Center for Political Communication's upcoming National Agenda series – MIDTERM MATTERS – addressing importance of voter and civic engagement in midterm elections, as well as campaign strategy, news coverage, polling, and more.

"Midterm Matters" podcast weighs in on celebrity poiltical speech, Paul Ryan and Facebook

The Green - April 13, 2018

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Final act in Forwood School's demise nears

After years of crumbling, the historic Forwood School, a landmark in central Brandywine Hundred since 1799, will soon be tumbling ... all the way to the ground, and then it will rise again.

Delaware's Office of Child Advocate testifies before U.S. Senate on opioid bill

The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions held hearings Wednesday on a bill to combat the opioid crisis. Jennifer Donahue from the Delaware Office of Child Advocate testified.

Delaware's Office of Child Advocate testifies before U.S. Senate on opioid bill

Arts Playlist: Hagley's U.S. Patent Model Collection traveling to China this year

The Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington is partnering with Tsinghua University in Beijing to mount a exhibition in China in 2018.

Arts Playlist: Hagley's U.S. Patent Model Collection traveling to China this year

"A Matter of Facts" podcast: Dr. Danielle Ofri

In a world with Facebook, Twitter, 24/7 news channels, talk radio, citizen journalism, fake news, real news, audiences are drowning in an overwhelming overload of information. Clearly a guidepost is needed to identify what is a trustworthy and a reliable source of news and information. Delaware Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has created a podcast– "A Matter of Facts" – to delve into this topic as part of its mission is to engage, educate, and inspire

The Green - March 30, 2018

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