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The nation's baseball teams are recovering from the coronavirus pandemic as well as adjusting to the cultural shift taking place in the nation. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talks with East Coast sports writer Mike Lurie about how the Orioles fans are faring as well the decision to rename the Cleveland club.

Chamber Music by the Sea is returning for another season on August 3rd. With the ongoing pandemic and festival organizer Elena Urioste currently spending time in Great Britain, this year's festival will once again be a virtual affair. Elena Urioste speaks about this year's lineup, the Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective, and how this pandemic has changed classical music.

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There has been a 2% increase in positive cases for COVID 19 in the state of Maryland. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with Eastern Shore emergency room physician Mike Murphy about the increase and a possible a rise in the fall.

The next step in Delmarva Public Media’s three-station collaboration is to establish a joint web platform. Over the next few weeks, the DPM website will be upgraded to include content, program information and schedules for all three stations on one website. Visual improvements will also be made.

Our staff is working to complete this process as quickly as possible, and expect no disruptions in website users’ ability to access content or donate to the stations. News stories will also be available online.

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Prohibition was supposed to be the Noble Experiment but it failed in the state of Delaware. Host Don Rush talked with Michael Morgan about his new book "Delaware Prohibition" and its impact on the First State.

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