Join composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate for an adventure in American Indian and Māori music. TALOA — which takes its name from the Chickasaw word for song — is a series exploring fascinating connections in the music of contemporary Māori and American Indian composers.
Be sure to tune in this Sunday at 2PM as the nationally syndicated program, "In Black America" features Salisbury University Professor, Dr. Darrell M. Newton. Dr. Newton will be discussing his life and career in academia.
Tuesday night...Oct. 13...Delmarva Public Radio's Delmarva In Performance live music series concludes with the American Spiritual Ensemble, recorded live at Asbury United Methodist Church in Salisbury, MD, Feb. 13th, 2015. This was a "standing room only" performance and was SPECTACULAR. We hope you'll join us Tuesday night at 7PM on WSCL 89.5 FM, Arts & Culture radio from Salisbury University.
November's Salisbury City Council elections will, for the first time, feature five individual districts. We look at the race in District 1 between Shanie Shields Sarah Halcott and Aprl Jackson. April Jackson was invited to attend our taping but failed to appear.
Guests: Salisbury City Council District 1 Incumbent Shanie Shields
Salisbury City Council District 1 Candidate Sarah Halcott
On Monday, classes and University-related activities are scheduled to resume as normal. Salisbury University’s Emergency Preparedness Team will continue to monitor Hurricane Joaquin and travel conditions in our area.
Although the National Weather Service (NWS) predicts rain ending by Monday evening, flooding remains an issue in coastal and low-lying areas. Stronger-than-normal winds also are forecast through today. Members of the campus community are urged to continue using extra caution while driving.
November's Salisbury City Council elections will, for the first time, feature five individual districts. We look at the race in District 4 between current Salisbury Mayor Jim Ireton and his challenger, Roger Mazzulo.
Guests: Jim Ireton, running for Salisbury City Council in District 4
Roger Mazzulo, running for Salisbury City Council in District 4
Salisbury University’s Sea Gull Century bike ride has been canceled for Saturday, October 3. “We do not do this lightly,” said Amy Waters, Century coordinator. “The safety of our 6,000 cyclists, some 200 volunteers, support staff, spectators and others is our top priority.” “We have been in close communication with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency regarding two potential weather events in our region.
This week on the Delmarva Almanac meet Charles Allmond, who sculpts stylized birds and animals. We will hear about a lesser known duPont legacy to Delaware’s cultural heritage. We’ll get some ideas about landscape design from Jan Kirsh. And, naturalist Jim Rapp will tell us about Delmarva hawk watching.
Immigration is the topic of Delmarva Today: Writer's Edition, particularly language as an important aspect of human integration. Host Harold Wilson's guests are Jane Elkin, author of World Class: Poems Inspired by the ELS Classroom, and an English as a Second Language instructor at Anne Arundel Community College; Loubna Sobban, a recent emegre from France; and Sonia Lara who came to the U.S. from Venezuela. Loubna Sobban was born to Moroccan parents.
Harold Wilson’s guest is Melissa Reddish, author and professor of English as well as Director of the Honors Program at War-Wic Community College in Salisbury. Melissa will discuss her latest book of short stories My Father is an Angry Storm Cloud. Reddish uses fantasy in her stories to peel back the veneer of normalcy covering her characters’ ordinary life. Exposed is a numbing sense of detachment and feeling of irrelevance. At the same time, Reddish offers new avenues of hope in her characters’ closed world.