WDEL's Mark Fowser speaks with Nena Todd, Historic Site Supervisor at the Johnson Victrola Museum in Dover, about its Holidays With Victor Celebration this Saturday December 7th.
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A person standing on the platform of the Jupiter Lighthouse looks at the supermoon as it is partially obscured by a cloud, Monday, March 9, 2020, in Jupiter, Fla. The 108-foot, brick lighthouse was first lit in 1860.
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