2-1-12: When Things Happen Before They Occur
McDaniel College president and pop culture analyst Roger Casey on the postmodern cultural weirdness that the Super Bowl represents, including the tendency for things to "happen before they occur."
12-23-11: Independence for Southern Sudan
Emmanuel Hakim leads the Sudanese congregation at a Towson church. He tells us how he felt when he voted in this year's referendum for South Sudan's independence.
Thanksgiving food -- full segment
9-27-2011: Opening Up the Opera
Tom talks with the heads of several Baltimore opera companies for an update on how the art form is doing.
Culture Calendar for Web
Treats for Aesthetes!
3-4-11: Maryland Morning Web Special
A review of Les Miserables, which is at the Hippodrome in Baltimore this weekend.
2-28-11: Maryland Morning Podcast
A look at a bill before the Maryland legislature that would grant collective bargaining rights to home health care workers. Harlem has 125th Street; Baltimore has Pennsylvania Avenue. We get a tour from James Hamlin, the president of a non-profit...
2-25-11: Maryland Morning Podcast
aking a look at the AIDS rate amongst men who have sex wih men in Baltimore. A look at what it means to be young and homeless in Baltimore. Josh Slates walks Signal host Aaron Henkin through his film career, from Columbia, Missouri to Rochester, New...
Maryland Morning Podcast: 2-23-11
high speed trains, photography in Haiti, garden guru Anne Raver and more...
Maryland Morning Podcast: 2-22-11
How Maryland's penalties for cruelty to animals compare to the rest of the country, former South African president F.W. deKlerk on how the end of apartheid compares to the current political changes in the Middle East, and the lessons of Brundibar, a...
2-7-11: Maryland Morning Podcast
Sheilah talks to the Baltimore City Council President about EBDI, the General Assembly session, the coming mayoral election, and more. Maryland Morning Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "The Homecoming," by Harold Pinter, which is currently...
Maryland Morning Podcast: 2-4-11
Middle East analyst I. William Zartman on future of Egypt, and Baltimore native Ellen Brooks on living and working in Cairo until she fled to England on January 31; Nathan and Gus talk tech; and Baltimore Sun film critic Michael Sragow and Maryland...
Maryland Morning Podcast: 2-2-11
the state of the state, gorundhogs the Maryland Morning culture calendar and more...
2-1-11: Maryland Morning Podacst
The future of electric utilities in MD. News aggregator and media literacy instigator NewsTrust launches a local experiment in Baltimore. And B'more singer / songwriter Cameron Blake.
Maryland Morning Podcast: 1-31-11
State and Fred. Co. officials investigate environmental cancer claims near Ft. Detrick, how Second City learned how to lampoon Charm City, and how to find a volunteer opportunity that actually matches your skill set.
1-28-11: Maryland Morning Podcast
Are nurses facing a job shortage in MD? A new novel by a Maryland legislator asks: What will the world be like after 25 years of global warming? And a peek inside the new AVAM exhibit.
Maryland Morning Podcast: 1-26-11
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and physician Carol Reynolds on Maryland's Patient Centered Medical Home pilot program; J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Everyman Theatre's "Shooting Star"; Garden guru Anne Raver tells us what we need to start our indoor seedlingsand...
Maryland Morning Podcast: 1-25-11
Sustaining Sustainability, the intellecual side of handwriting and bringing parents into the classroom
1-24-11: Maryland Morning podcast
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. Extreme stamp collecting, dramatized. And Scott Simon talks about adopting from China.
Maryland Morning Podcast: 1-21-11
Johns Hopkins assistant professor Sara Bleich explains how patients' race can affect their medical care, a group of Chinese schoolchildren visits a Maryland grade school, and musician Ken Kolodner and his 20-year-old son, Brad, who have collaborated...
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