Delmarva Public Radio News

Don Rush

Nearly 375 girls' softball teams wrapped up their tournament sponsored under the United States Specialty Sports Association Eastern National Championships. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush takes a look at the experience of the players, the coaches and the parents.

creative commons

The delta variant of the coronavirus is now the dominant strain that threatens the nation even affecting those who have been vaccinated. Still, many refuse to wear masks in the name of liberty. Salisbury University Professor Emeritus Michael O'Loughlin notes, however, that liberty does not mean the right to infect others.

Why do we believe what we believe?


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.

Chamber Music by the Sea website

More local news