What’s Happening Today – April 30, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
A new book, out in June, chronicles the memories many have shared visiting or living in Ocean City. Ocean City Oddities is written by Kristin Helf and Brandon Seidl. We talk with the authors.
A local book publisher has put out the call for young writers to document their lives during COVID-19. Salt Water Media in Berlin is looking for submissions for an anthology. “These Strange Times: Young Writers Reflect on the Pandemic” is open to writers from grades two to twelve. We learn how the project works.
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly inspired others to give back. We learn about the “Give Back” campaign launched by State Farm Agent, Billy Reese.
Sometimes buying a pre-owned vehicle can seem risky. You don’t know who owned it or what kind of shape it is in under the hood. That’s why buying a certified pre-owned vehicle is best. We visit Gateway Subaru in Delmar to find out what certified pre-owned means.
Katie makes a virtual visit to Delmarva Discovery Museum in Pocomoke to see how the discoveries haven’t stopped just because the doors are closed.
Lots of colorful veggies, lots of lemon, and lots of lip-smacking flavor gives us a chicken dinner recipe we know you’re gonna love. Our Lemon Rosemary Chicken has a light touch but is packed with flavor for a dinner recipe that’s absolutely perfect to cook up during spring or summer.