What’s Happening Today – September 20, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
The Alzheimer’s Association reports every 65 seconds, someone in this country develops the disease. Dr. Michael Gitcho, an assistant professor at Delaware State University, and Aimee Isaac, who is on the planning committee with the Alzheimer’s Association’s “Rehoboth Walk to End Alzheimer’s” share their personal stories and talk about the upcoming fundraiser.
In today’s Pet Connect, we show you six four-legged friends who, while all of their needs are being met, they could really use the love only a human can provide.
Sleek, sporty and, quite frankly, spicy. They’re a few ways to describe the Subaru BRZ. I’ts a standout sports car with keyless access, push-button start, sport seating, hands-free smartphone operation. 102.5 WBOC‘s Corey Phoebus stopped by Gateway Subaru for a test drive.
We are in the DelmarvaLife Kitchen with Lucy Liu and Taylor Shoo of Blue Fish Restaurant and Sushi Bar in Ocean City learning how to make Tuna Tataki and a Maryland Roll.
The last time our next guests were on the Mid South Audio Stage, the husband-wife duo had just released an album. Fast forward to a year later, and the band has grown quite a bit, but their solid sound remains. Indian River performs, “Lost in You.”
From our Hot Topics: DNREC Clean Transportation Official Breanne Preisen will report on the state of Delaware’s Electric Vehicle Program and its future. They will be at Fifth Street and Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Attendees will talk to electric vehicle owners about cost and performance. Click here for more information.
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