First for October 21, 2016

Inside History
While tickets to the National Museum of African American History and Culture are hard to come by, there’s a place with the same kind of history right here in Wilmington thanks to the Delaware Historical Society. In this week’s First Look we’ll take you inside the Center for African American Heritage, which is now open to the public.

First Person: Delaware Tech turns 50
50 years ago the state legislature gave the green light to create Delaware Technical Community College. Since then, Delaware Tech has provided tens of thousands of people access to an affordable and high-quality education, and graduated more than 48,000. Delaware Tech president Dr. Mark Brainard joins us this week as our First Person guest.

The Tornoe Spin
Rob Tornoe joins us in the First studios this month. We’re talking about the Delaware Governor’s race this week, and like most other statewide races, this contest seems to be overshadowed by the presidential race, particularly Donald Trump.

Tiny Homes for the Homeless
The tiny home movement is growing in popularity across the country. Tiny living, typically, is about downsizing and living simply. But two Dover women think tiny homes could be the answer to solving Delaware’s growing homelessness problem.

First Experience: Your Creation Station
Art can be an expensive hobby. Think about what it takes to take up painting or ceramics. Imagine what goes into fused glass or even tie-dye. What if there was a place you could go that had everything you needed to create whatever you want? First Experience introduces you to the man behind ‘Your Creation Station’ in Middletown. Just bring your creativity; they have everything else.

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