Salisbury University's Cultural Calendar week of March 30, 2015

Join us on Monday, March 3oth at 1PM for a special program, "A Celebration of Peace Through Music".

As our regular listeners know, many of the evening symphony orchestra series we broadcast are seasonal. Most are 13 or 26 weeks long and change with the seasons. All concerts begin at 7PM on WSCL, 89.5 FM

On Tuesday March 31, A special 5 week series of broadcasts from the 2014 Salzburg Festival replaces the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Join us Thursday, April 2nd at 2PM  for a special program presented by WFMT and Music of the Baroque:  Bach’s Passion According to St. John, conducted by Jane Glover.


WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (AP) - A rocket carrying student experiments is scheduled to be launched this week from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

NASA says the experiments were developed by undergraduate students at Virginia Tech, the University of Colorado, Northwest Nazarene University, the University of Puerto Rico and the University of Nebraska.

The NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket is scheduled to be launched on Friday between 6:45 a.m. and 10 a.m.

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Parents at the Stephen Decatur High School are calling for the resignation of the school’s wrestling coach.

Attorney Thomas Maronick who represents three members of the team says they are complaining about the coach kicking them off the roster after alleged drug abuse.

The complaint drawn up in February claims the coach Todd Martinek accused the three of smelling like pot and said he would drop them from the team if they did not tell who was smoking the alleged marijuana.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gov. Larry Hogan and members of Maryland's congressional delegation will be outlining the state's federal priorities.

The governor has scheduled a news conference for Monday afternoon in Annapolis.

One priority the governor has already met with delegation members is to relocate the new FBI headquarters to Maryland.

Maryland is competing with Virginia for the new complex, which would be home to about 11,000 jobs.

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Woody’s Diner has been declared a historical landmark in Delaware.

The restaurant in Selbyville has been called the oldest and best preserved Silk City dining car in the state.

It was originally owned by Woody Sturgis but sold to the Doyle family in 1983.

The manager Brandon Doyle told WBOC that aside from replacing the vinyl seating from time to time the dining car had not changed much over the years.

He estimated that 75-to-80 percent of the place was still the original.


ABERDEEN, Md. (AP) - A U.S. military medical unit is returning to Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland after overseeing mobile Ebola testing laboratories in Liberia for four months.

Monday's homecoming ceremony honors the 22-member 1st Area Medical Laboratory. The unit commanded a joint task force that ran six labs.

The unit's commander, Army Col. Patrick Garman, said last month that the soldier-scientists tested more than 4,500 samples of suspected Ebola.

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - A Presbyterian church in Wilmington held a joint ordination ceremony this weekend for a lesbian couple.

The joint ordination of Kaci Clark-Porter and Holly Clark-Porter took place Sunday afternoon at First & Central Presbyterian Church.

Church members believe the two women are the first same-sex couple ever to be ordained jointly by the Presbyterian Church USA.