First for April 20, 2018

Changing Hands
Family heir Ben DuPont and a former DuPont company executive recently announced they’re buying the DuPont Country Club and investing millions to spruce it up. They want to make the club more family friendly and maybe even help it turn a profit. In this week’s First Look, we talk about the sale and what neighbors are saying about it.

Urban Gardening
In the city’s East Side there’s a group called Urban Acres Produce. They produce healthy food and fruits that in the long run will make an impact on residents and return other dividends to the neighborhood.

Lyrical Math
The school year is wrapping up. That means advanced placement tests and final exams are just around the corner. It’s also a chance for teachers to gauge how well they’ve grabbed a student’s attention in the classroom. This is especially true when it comes to learning math. We introduce you to a Wilmington teacher who has the answer for students in her classroom. It’s a concept is called lyrical math.

Delaware Hospice
For 35 years, Delaware Hospice has been helping patients and families make end-of-life decisions. As Delaware’s population continues to skew older, the nonprofit has expansion plans to serve an aging population that continues to grow.

The Tornoe Spin
Editorial cartoonist Rob Tornoe joins us to give his perspective on the issue of guns.

First Experience: Vibe Realm
By day Michael Kalmbach is the founder and director of the Creative Vision Factory, located on Shipley Street in downtown Wilmington. When he isn’t working to help others through art, Kalmbach makes time for his own art. He has a new exhibit of his work and First Experience went to check it out.

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