Today on DelmarvaLife:
WBOC Meteorologist Mike Lichniak joins us to talk about the total solar eclipse taking place on Monday, August 21. Mike shows us how to make a solar eclipse viewer out of a cereal box, in an effort to safely view the event.
Just like the countdown to the solar eclipse, the countdown to the first day of school is underway. That means it’s time to get the back-to-school haircut. We stop by About Faces Day Spa & Salon, in Salisbury, to get some great ideas, whether your child is headed to kindergarten or college.
Even though summer is winding down, there’s still plenty of fresh summertime produce. In fact, we are at the peak of the season. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield takes us to Parker’s Produce & Seafood in Pittsville. It’s a one-stop shop for all of the freshest produce Delmarva has to offer, but that’s just the start of what you’ll find at Parker’s. Wait ’til you see all of the tasty options!
With the lazy days of summer starting to wind down, perhaps you need some peace and healing in your soul before the back-to-school chaos returns. Lisa visits Peace of Heaven Reiki in West Ocean City to learn about the Japanese technique, Reiki. Reiki is used for stress reduction, relaxation, and healing through energy. Reiki Master, Eddie McGlinchey, says, “If you want to let go of things or be a different person, or cope with different situations, Reiki helps release that.” For more information, call 410-726-7468.
And we have even more healing for you today on the Mid South Audio Stage, when Salisbury’s Joshua Pryor performs. He has two original tunes on the docket today: “Dumb Blue” and “Just to Please You.” Joshua also has a new album in the works. Find out what he says when we put him on the spot and ask him who he’d love to collaborate with, if he had the opportunity.
All that, plus, we announce the final two winners in the DelmarvaLife Summer Guide Giveaway! Today might finally be the day you hear your name! Find out, today at 5 p.m.!