Wilmington, for a few days, is the center of the Republican Party universe. On Friday more than 1,300 party members will roll into town for the state’s GOP Convention. The party has brought in some big names to rally the troops.
NPR listeners know the name Melissa Block. She’s been with the network for 32 years. This week the public radio veteran visited WHQR. Block’s current work on NPR is Our Land, a special series that looks to capture how people's identity is shaped by where they live.