Salisbury, MD – Celebrating birds on Delmarva is something of a tradition with the decoy being turned into an art form. The Ward Museum is marking that tradition with the Birds In Art exhibition on loan from the the Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI. Former Salisbury University professor Kent Kimmel who has been involved with the exhibit talks about some of the works and significance of the display with Public Radio Delmarva's Don Rush. The exhibit runs through June 1. (May 22)
Salisbury, MD – Twenty-two year old musician Dana Limpert of Delaware talked with Public Radio Delmarva about her experience in China in the aftermath of an earthquake that has left thousands dead. (May 21)
Salisbury Maryland – The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that over 2 million children in the United States have attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome. In a classroom of 25 children, at least one or two of those children will have ADHD.
Salisbury, MD – While Democrats may think their party is deeply divided in this presidential election year, Public Radio Delmarva's Dick Rosse says they should look back to the great electoral tumult of 1968.
Salisbury, MD – On the Eastern Shore of Maryland, some in the African American Community are stunned and suspicious of controversy surrounding the former pastor of Democratic presidential candidate Barak Obama.
Salisbury, MD – Students across Delmarva struggle to write meaningful essays for teachers each semester. Public Radio Delmarva's Diane Saienne Albanese, an 8th grade language arts teacher in Milton, writes that many of her students found their voice in her own personal loss.
Salisbury, MD – With a sluggish economy, the state of Maryland may face further fiscal belt tightening. Public Radio Delmarva's Don Rush spoke with Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch about state's financial prospects during the Democrat's appearance on the campus of Salisbury University.
Salisbury, MD – There have been dozens of Presidential primary debates this year with at least two to three expected during the general election in the fall. However, it has not always been that way. Public Radio Delmarva's essayist Dick Rosse reports.
Salisbury, MD – Just over 30 years ago Gerald Ford entered the White House, for an office he never sought. In Public Radio Delmarva's continuing series on presidential campaigns, Dick Rosse looks back on that unlikely journey.
Salisbury, MD – The market for children's books has dramatically exploded over the last few decades. Public Radio Delmarva's Hannah Miller talks with Salisbury University Professor Ernie Bond about April children's book festival and the significance of children's books in the electronic age.
Salisbury, MD – These days people are overwhelmed by IPODS, cell phones and a hundred cable channels. However, during the great depression radio stood alone as a way for people to travel the imaginary world of sound and voices from afar. Public Radio Delmarva's Dick Rosse reflects efforts to keep some of those programs and that era alive in the modern era. (February 14)
Salisbury, MD – The fight for Maryland's first congressional district is coming down to the wire, with a heated contest on the republican side against incumbent Republican Wayne Gilchrest, while Democrats wait in anticipation of taking back the district. (February 7)
Delaware – Homeland security these days generally means metal detectors and color coded alerts. But, as Public Radio Delmarva's Dick Rosse writes, another kind of homeland security dots the Delaware coastline, reminding us of another dangerous era. (January 30)
Salisbury, MD – Incumbent Congressman Wayne Gilchrest is facing his strongest challenge for Maryland's First District from within his own party. And, Democrats believe they might have a shot at taking back the Republican seat. Public Radio Delmarva's Don Rush talked with Gilchrest about the issues and the campaign. (January 25)
Salisbury MD – NPR Senior correspondent Juan Williams authored "Eyes on the Prize", a look at the civil rights movement from 1954 to 1965. During an appearance on the Salisbury University Campus, he reflected on the movement's legacy and challenges ahead in an interview with Public Radio Delmarva. (Sept 19)