In the first half of today's program, we look at how the new tax cuts will affects Maryland taxpayers. In the second half, we look at how oyster gardening may revitalize the Chesapeake Bay area waterways.
Due to the continuing blizzard conditions and high winds, Salisbury University will remain closed on Friday, January 5. Essential personnel will be expected to report as required.
Please continue to monitor the local media and the SU website, Facebook and Twitter pages for any updates. For the latest about the weather online, visit the National Weather Service website at www.noaa.gov and the Weather Channel at www.weather.com.
SALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University will be closed Thursday, January 4, at midnight due to the forecasted impact of Winter Storm Grayson. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled.
All classes and events on campus on Thursday are canceled. Winter term students should log into MyClasses for any special class instructions. SU Art Galleries Downtown is closed on Wednesday, January 3. The Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons closes at 7 p.m. today. Other Wednesday evening activities, including the men’s and women’s basketball games against York College, may continue.
Airs Monday, January 1, 2018, at 11 a.m. on WSCL, 89.5 FM
The Vienna Philharmonic presents its ever popular annual New Year's Day concert from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. You'll hear your favorite waltzes, polkas and more -- a festive way to start off the New Year. Presented by NPR Music.
The program is in two parts The first segment is a discussion of The Eastern Shore Writer’s Association and their premier event The Bay to Ocean Writer’s Conference, known popularly as the BTO with guests Ron Sauder, President of the Association and Loriann Oberlin, Chairperson of the BTO Planning Committee.
The second segment of the program is an encore presentation of the Christmas drama, “The Princess of the Garonne.” The play is set in the South of France, and features actors from the Community Players of Salisbury.
In the first half, Michelle Hughes of the Life Crisis Center speakers about the recent rash of sexual harassment cases against public figures. In the second half, Wendy Clarke tell us about her new novel, Still Water Bending.
Guests: Michelle Hughes with the Life Crisis Center