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Examining key First State legislative races
Election Day is just days away. In addition to races for US Senate, US House and statewide offices, voters go to the polls Tuesday to settle some key legislative races that could have an impact on the make-up of the General Assembly. Delaware Public Media reporters hit the road to profile one such race in each county:
Analyzing Election 2014’s homestretch
We continue our coverage of the 2014 Election by welcoming back to The Green the political analysts who will be joining us Election night to offer their insight and wisdom.
Republican Tom Kovach, a former State Rep., former New Castle County Council president and two years ago the Republican candidate for US House, and Democrat Darryl Scott, who’s retiring this year as state rep from the Dover area after serving the 31st district since 2008, stop by the Delaware Public Media studios this week to discuss the races for statewide office and the General Assembly.
Arts Playlist: Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival
The Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival is back to celebrate all things cinema. Features, shorts, and a regional showcase devoted to Mid Atlantic filmmakers are on-tap beginning Wednesday in Sussex County. IN this week’s edition of our Arts Playlist as Delaware Public Media’s Cathy Carter gets a preview with festival program director Joe Bilancio. (More)
Enlighten Me: New Castle Farmers Market turns 60
Occasionally something lasts so long – you almost take it for granted. You can argue that the New Castle Farmers Market, which marks its 60th anniversary this week, is one such institution. For 60 years, New Castle Farmers Market has been the place to go for pig’s feet and shoe repairs, haircuts and fashion wigs, kimchi and camaraderie.
This week, Delaware Public Media contributor Eileen Dallabrida took a look at the market – past and present and for this week’s Enlighten Me the market’s GM, Greg Beecher, visited The Green. (More)
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