What’s Happening Today – Feb. 24, 2017
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Author Everett De Morier of Dover joins us in the studio to talk about a book he wrote titled, “Thirty-Three Cecils.”
Chef Hari Cameron has brought his talents to the Delmarvalife kitchen on multiple occasions – most recently he came to make homemade pasta. Sean started following Hari on Instagram a few months back and was impressed by his food pictures. Hari invited Sean to his restaurant a(MUSE.) in Rehoboth Beach to see what goes into creating these edible masterpieces and learn where his inspiration comes from.
We’ve got lots of furry friends up for adoption in today’s Pet Connect. Check out the cats and dogs up for adoption here.
Sarah Beth Meadows of Berlin performs for the first time on the Mid South Audio Stage. At 13-years-old, Sarah was in her own band, Sarah Beth & Co. and traveled all over the South East singing and writing bluegrass music. At 23-years-old, Sarah moved to Nashville, Tn. where she is leaving her mark in the bluegrass and Americana community. However, she still comes back to Delmarva from time to time. Sarah Beth also talks about her involvement and passion with ending poverty in Southern Appalachia. She performs two originals today – “Make Me Feel” and “Sam Davis.”
Back in November, animal control officers and a Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputy received an anonymous tip that there were two dogs being starved to death in a shed on a property in Caroline County. After arriving, they spotted the two dogs curled up, alone, and underweight. The dogs, Ross and Miracle, were rushed to the vet. Officials say if they hadn’t found both dogs when they did, they would have died. There was a long road of recovery ahead for the dogs. The shelter needed help and they turned to the community to find it. Within five days, they raised over $9,000.oo for their medical bills. Ross and Miracle both have a clean bill of health and Ross has been adopted by a loving family. Check out the full story tonight at 5 pm.