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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 – Life returns to normal just as tourists begin flocking to region after a May 12th surprise nor-easter hit Delmarva.

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 – African American Community reacts to controversey surrounding the former pastor of Democratic presidential candidate Barak Obama. (Part 3)

Salisbury, MD – African American Community reacts to controversey surrounding the former pastor of Democratic presidential candidate Barak Obama. (Part 2)

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 – This year a military man and a more intellectual candidate could face each other in this fall's presidential race. But, Public Radio Delmarva's Dick Rosse says we have seen this before.

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.

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