What’s Happening Today – November 2, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Dr. Elizabeth Bruce is the medical director at the Veterinary Medical Center in Easton. She’s here to talk about how daylight saving time impacts our pets.
It’s day two of National Diabetes Month. We’re talking about its impact on the eyes. We sit down with Chesapeake Eye Ophthalmologist, Todd Bescak, to find out how diabetic eye disease escalates, and what you can do to try to stop it.
Chilly weather means our colorful flowers will soon die. That beautiful garden you worked so hard for over the summer, will soon turn grim… or will it? We’re in the studio with Ginny Rosenkranz, from the University of Maryland Extension Office is here to teach us what to plant now that will give you color all winter.
We are back on the Mid South Audio Stage! This time we’re hanging with Tyler Greene, of Millsboro. He plays a multitude of instruments, but he has a soft spot for the guitar. We can’t wait to let you hear him!
The team at Red Mill Monograms in Rehoboth Beach is one of those few places where you become the designer of your own custom gifts. Delmarvalife’s Sydney Whitfield stopped by Red Mill Monograms to see some of the special gifts you can find there.