Violinist Bill Hassay takes us inside the world of busking on the Ocean City boardwalk.
We'll talk with acclaimed singers from two very different genres -- country star Kacey Musgraves and jazz singer Jane Monheit.
We'll create a song on the fly in a special in-studio performance by singer-songwriter Angela Sheik.
A rural town isn't necessarily the first locale you'd think of for great theater. But the community of Onancock on Virginia's Eastern Shore is defying that stereotype.
We'll revisit our discussion with sculptor Jan Kirsh, who draws inspiration from fruits and vegetables. Then, we'll head up to Delaware to visit the performing arts venue that's trying to bring the arts to more people on the coast.
In a show previously aired on March 1, 2013, we explored the life of the enigmatic writer J.D. Salinger with a Salisbury University scholar who's studied his work.
A fight over the redevelopment of a single building in Annapolis has become a larger dispute about the community's historic downtown.
Maryland is looking to expand its system of "wildlands." But some people on the Eastern Shore aren't happy with that plan.
We'll wrap up our "Side Gigs" series with Rich Bloch, a D.C. lawyer and magician who has performed all over the world.
We'll talk with Virginia's lieutenant governor-elect about his rural roots on the Eastern Shore and his powerful new role in state politics.
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