Delmarva Public Radio is proud to be the recipient of a grant through the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore’s Small Grants Program . The grant of $1,500 will help Delmarva Public Radio to purchase a much needed piece of equipment from Enco Systems; the iDad and Interchange.
As of last week, Earth and Sky has ceased production. We are sorry to see this program go, but happy to introduce you to Bird Note. Bird Note is a daily two-minute program all about birds and their environment. You can hear Bird Note right before All Things Considered @3:56 every weekday afternoon.
This limited offer is on sale now! Call 410-543-6895. The proceeds benefit Delmarva Public Radio.
The summer is always fun at the Delaware shore and now Delmarva Public Radio is making it even better, with a V.I.P. Tote Bag filled with gift cards, goodies, and merchandise from Rehoboth Beach merchants. Also in the bag is an autographed copy of Hoda Kotb's new best-selling book, Ten Years Later.
In advance of his multiple playing appearances here on the Eastern Shore (as part of the 28th Annual Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival), Kara Dahl Russell chats with Double Bass player Anthony Manzo about “the beast” he plays. From detachable necks, to stick bodies, to sleek carbon fiber shaping, Kara and Tony “get physical” with one of the largest pieces of furniture in the orchestra. Tony also talks about his extensive performance/travel career, what makes a good teacher, and what best prepares a student to have something to say, musically.
What are your kids going to do this summer? We have some summer camp tips and tricks this week. Plus, we have Leonora Dillion, Education Curator with the Salisbury Zoo to let us know about some of the fun things kids can do at the zoo this summer.
ATLANTIC, Va. (AP) - A company contracted by NASA to deliver supplies to the International Space Station has successfully launched a rocket in a test of its ability to send a cargo ship aloft.
The unmanned Antares rocket blasted off Sunday from Wallops Island on Virginia's Eastern Shore. About 10 minutes after the launch, Orbital Sciences Corp. of Dulles declared the test a success after observing a practice payload reach orbit and safely separate from the rocket.