We do not hear the stories of others and the narratives that make up their lives. The stories of the lives of minority youth who often face the juvenile justice system in Wicomico County can now be heard.
It's the product of BARS: Stories of the System, a Youth Perspective and the Fenix Youth Project.
A public screening of the digital stories created in the BARS Stories of the System, From A Youth Perspective project will take place at the
Why do people leave home to serve and fight in the wars of other countries? Are they courageous heroes or courageous fools? This is the question raised by Dr. Herb Howe in his scholarly paper on Swedish pilot Carl von Rosen. “Did Count von Rosen “Do the Right Thing” in Biafra?”
Join us this Friday March 30th at Noon for a performance by Apollo's Fire of George Fredric Handel's oratorio "Israel in Egypt". From plagues and pyramids to the crossing of the Red Sea, this gripping story comes to life with reverence and triumph.
Salisbury University is scheduled to open at regular time on Thursday, March 22.
Liberal leave is in effect. Essential personnel must report. Non-essential personnel must notify their supervisors prior to the beginning of their regularly scheduled shift if they intend to use leave.
Those traveling should use caution, as roads may be slippery following overnight rain and snow coupled with temperatures at or below freezing.
Please monitor local media, and the SU website, Facebook and Twitter pages for any changes, including information on delays or closures.
Although the campus is scheduled to remain open at this time, liberal leave is in effect for non-essential personnel on Wednesday. Personnel must notify their supervisors prior to the beginning of their regularly scheduled shift if they intend to use leave. Essential personnel must report.
What better than one Classical Music CD? How about three classical music CD's. Each group of three will include one CD from an artist or featuring a composer you will be sure to enjoy, one you should enjoy and one to challenge you. Available as a thank you gift for a $75 donation.
Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is on the road at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA this month to talk to Dr. Michael Allen and Mary-Carson Saunders Stiff. Dr. Allen is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Geography at the university and is a noted expert on climate change. Mary-Carson Saunders Stiff works for Wetlands Watch in Norfolk, VA as its Director of Policy. Ms. Stiff is an expert on sea-level rise. Our discussion focuses on methods to ameliorate the impact of climate change on human settlements.
Business, politics, legislation, craft beer, and art...all in one convenient package. Can't beat that! DPR is covering the roundtable discussion on pending legislation in the Maryland legislature which could have an impact on Eastern Shore economics and tourism. No matter what your involvement, we encourage you to attend and be part of the discussion and debate...followed by (of all things) a craft beer tasting event!