For The Love Of Music

This Spring, we’ll be celebrating our love of music! We know that music is one of the finest things in our lives. It’s something positive that's getting us through this long pandemic winter. In preparation for our Spring Drive, we want to know what you love about music... a ny music. Record yourself talking about your love of music and send it to us at dpr@salisbury.edu and we may feature it on air this spring. We look forward to hearing from YOU! You can record yourself however you want....

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Just a month after leaving office, Donald Trump on Sunday broke with the practices of past former presidents and took on the man who beat him in the 2020 election.

During a keynote address that lasted an hour and a half — and began more than an hour late — in Orlando, Fla., to the friendly Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, Trump blasted Biden's tenure so far.



Updated at 5:40 p.m.

A panel of experts that advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given its blessing to a new one-shot vaccine for COVID-19.

One week ago, Myanmar military forces warned pro-democracy protesters that if their demonstrations continued, there would be further loss of life.

The military has made good on its threat.

Lawmakers in Virginia have reached a deal to make the state the 16th in the nation and the first in the south to legalize recreational marijuana use. But the compromise bill is receiving blow back from some legalization advocates who say it falls short of racial justice aims.

A second former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment that took place last spring as the state was facing a surge in cases and deaths in its fight against the coronavirus. Cuomo says he will now ask New York's attorney general and the state's chief judge to pick an independent investigator to review the accusations against him.

Alaska Town Now Vaccinating Everyone 16 And Older

20 hours ago

The COVID-19 vaccine clinic set up at Sitka, Alaska's civic center looks different from many in the lower 48. No lines. No crowds. Patients pop in every few minutes for their appointments, and they don't have to wait very long before a nurse directs them to roll up their sleeve.

Another big difference? Some of the faces are younger. Much younger.

When the pandemic first hit, Hitesh Hurkchand had one overriding concern: How do I protect my mother?

Hurkchand lives in Boston. His mother, Thulja, was in South Africa. She was a widow, living at an assisted living facility. And she had diabetes, hypertension, and heart issues.

Thinking about how hard it was going to be to keep Thulja safe, Hurkchand would fall into bouts of despair. "Oh my god, I mean it was like every other day," he recalls.


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WESM, on the campus of the University of Maryland Eastern, invites applicants to apply for the position of Music Director/On-Air Host. This is a full-time, exempt position with benefits.

Any person with a disability who requires assistance with access to WESM's FCC public inspection file may call (410) 651-8001 or email wesm913@umes.edu