U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced this week that the administration would be phasing out the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals over the next six months. We get local reaction in today's program.
In the second half, we welcome the return of the Berlin Fiddlers' Convention in Berlin, MD.
Guests: Tim Dunn, Professor of Sociology at Salisbury University
A dedication concert for a large traditional carillon is rare. According to Rick Watson of the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America, only two such instruments have been installed in the last 12 years. That changes on Wednesday, September 6, when famed carillonneur Joey Brink of the University of Chicago performs the dedication concert on Salisbury University’s new Brown and Church Carillon.
Rain location for the 7:30 p.m. concert is the fourth-floor Assembly Hall of the Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons.
On this week’s Delmarva Today, architecture…perhaps one of the most visible and yet unheralded professions in America, if not the world. Dana Whitehair speaks with four award-winning architects from the American Institute of Architecture’s Delaware chapter about the profession, its importance in society, it’s development, and its future.
With a popular sitting Republican Governor, particularly here on the Eastern Shore , what are the prospects for Maryland Democrats? Kathleen Matthews, the current chair of the Maryland Democratic Party, gives us answers.
In the second half, Vincent DeMarco with Maryland Health Care For All to discuss the latest developments with the Affordable Care Act.
A historical marker for Confederate General John Henry Winder in downtown Salisbury has sparked petitions over whether it should be removed from country property. In the second half, the Wicomico County Executive is embroiled in controversy.
he June edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion of dystopian literature as an imaginative reaction to repressive societies or the potential of authoritarian governments. It includes a discussion of The Handmaid’s Tale and how Republics devolve into autocratic states. My guests are Don Rush, News Director for Delmarva Public Radio, Dr. Adam Wood, Department Chair and Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University and Dr. T. Ross Leasure, Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University.
Join us this Thursday, June, 26th at 7PM for the DPR debut of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. As Asia’s oldest orchestra, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra brought Western classical music to China. Today, it remains a world-class orchestra which attracts internationally renowned artists while it still retains its Chinese essence: the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra is a beacon of culture and arts for the city of Shanghai.
In 2018, the City of Salisbury, MD will be hosting the National Folk Festival. We talk about the Festival's rich history and what it means for our area. In the second half, a rebroadcast of our discussion regarding immigration.
June is LGBT Pride month. We get some local perspective on what the world looks like for the LGBT community. In the second half, Allison Galbraith steps forth as a potential challenger to Maryland Congressman Andy Harris.
Guests: Dr. Michele Schlehofer- Associate Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at Salisbury University
Dr. Diane Illig, Chair of the Sociology Department at Salisbury University
How does the United State's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement affect the health of the Chesapeake Bay? In the second half, our political panel reacts to the recent events in Washington regarding James Comey.
Michael O'Loughlin, Political Science Professor at Salisbury University
Dr. John Bartkovich, former chair of the Wicomico County Republican Central Committee
Mike Pretl- with the Wicomico County Democratic Club
The May edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion of literature produced in authoritarian societies. Hal Wilson's guests are Don Rush, news director for Delmarva Public Radio; Dr. Adam Wood, Department Chair and Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University; Dr. James King, Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University; and my daughter, Dr. Lee Slater, Senior Lecturer of World Cultural Studies at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.