First for Friday, April 26, 2013

Design on Health: Living healthier

Urban planners say with deliberate community design, parks and public transportation become part of a prescription for good health.

First Person: Dorothy Linn

The Superintendent of the Colonial School District, Dr. Dorothy Linn talks about that district’s push for a tax increase scheduled for a June vote. She outlines why it is needed and what could happen if it is defeated.

First Experience: Healing is an art

April is sexual abuse awareness month. First Experience visits the Rehoboth Art League and it’s program in conjunction with SOAR, Survivors of Abuse in Recovery. They are looking at various ways to help with healing, through the arts. Watch, and we’ll give you a glimpse at the thoughts behind the work.

State of Play: The gay marriage vote

The gay marriage vote is now headed to the senate, but not before state of play looks at how the house votes lined up. Also, what happened when the first Barley Mills project was proposed? Charlie Copeland and Stephanie Hansen weigh in on some of the behind the scenes dealings at the time.

Charitable housewives of Delaware

Some Delaware women may not be in front of the camera with all the other reality TV. housewives but they’re shedding a positive light on charity as well as community service and recruiting more housewives in the process.

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