Today on DelmarvaLife:
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore welcomes the first giraffe calf born there in more than 20 years. Now, you can help name it. The zoo employees have narrowed it down to six names: Imara, Safara, Willow, Ruby, Opal, and Dottie. You can vote on your favorite here.
We’re getting to know Bethany Beach Mayor Jack Gordon today. We also challenge him to a game of cornhole confessions.
Gardening Expert, Ginny Rosenkranz, shares a few ideas with us that can really spruce up your outdoor space.
As you know, it’s black history month, and there have been many events commemorating that all over Delmarva. Perhaps you remember sitting in history class and learning about the underground railroad, which was a network of secret routes and safehouses used by American slaves. We’re learning about the Reverse Underground Railroad today. The Reverse Underground Railroad was where freed slaves sold other slaves back into slavery. Authors H.A. Maxson and Claudia Young, who’ve co-authored a book about the Reverse Underground Railroad join us on the couches to tell us what inspired them to write a book about this fascinating piece of history that not many people know about.
We’re playing Search for Streicher today! Can you guess where he is with the clues above? Find out if you’re right today at 5 pm!