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You think you know Baltimore. You don't. A podcast built around the people, places, and things that make a dynamic global city.

You think you know Baltimore. You don't. A podcast built around the people, places, and things that make a dynamic global city.
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Baltimore , MD

Description:

You think you know Baltimore. You don't. A podcast built around the people, places, and things that make a dynamic global city.

Language:

English

Contact:

410.2444.1030


Episodes

Hey Emma Snyder

2/28/2019
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Books are dead. Or are they? Emma Snyder, who just took over Baltimore's beloved Ivy Bookshop, explains why a personal experience built around a physical object still matters in a digital marketplace

Duration:00:46:22

Hey Ellen Frost

2/13/2019
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We never thought about locally and ethically sourcing cut flowers until we met Ellen Frost, who explains why most flowers no longer have any smell, and what that has to do with cocaine.

Duration:00:48:57

Hey Sofia Alvarez

1/31/2019
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Sofia Alvarez, is living something of a dream. The new mom lives in a converted chocolate factory and is wrapping up the script for a sequel to the Netflix film, To All the Boys I've Loved Before. She talks about adapting the popular young adult novels into a screenplay, and how growing up in Baltimore informed her powers of observation.

Duration:00:49:34

Hey Ekiben

1/15/2019
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His restaurant, Ekiben, was just named one of the 100 best in the US. Executive Dishwasher, co-owner, and chef, Steve Chu,stops in for a beer to celebrate.

Duration:00:46:40

Hey Patrick Rife

12/13/2018
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Patrick Rife, an entrepreneur behind one of Baltimore's hottest start-ups talks about the DIY ethos that drives both him and the company.

Duration:01:00:56

Hey DJ Impulse

11/19/2018
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International DJ, coffee junkie, and co-host of Baltimore Night Brunch, DJ Impulse talks about his craft, the Baltimore Club scene, and how he balances family life with a job that keeps him out nights in clubs around the globe. And then he poisons us with 500,000 scoville units of hot sauce.

Duration:01:08:03

Hey Jenn Aiosa

11/2/2018
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As Executive Director of Blue Water Baltimore Jennifer Aiosa is of the Chesapeake region’s greatest advocates. She discusses her work and why each of should positively impact the environment.

Duration:00:53:36

Hey Erin Douglas

10/1/2018
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A gut feeling spurred Erin Douglas to leave her financial job in New York City and follow her dream of becoming a professional photographer.

Duration:00:49:41

The Bmore Creatives

9/18/2018
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If you have Instagram and love cities, you may want to join the 28,000 people already following #TheBmoreCreatives. The team behind the tag tells us how they built their virtual following and are transforming it into a real community.

Duration:00:54:47

Hey Cara Ober

9/4/2018
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Baltimore's art scene is as fertile as it is unpretentious, and few people know it better than our guest, Cara Ober of Bmore Art.

Duration:00:58:38

Hey Super City

8/20/2018
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Baltimore band Super City is going places, with new west coast management and a record that' s about to drop. They walk us through tracks from the record, Sanctuary, talk about how their music comes together, and the hustle it takes to be a working band in a digital age.

Duration:00:37:34

Hey Stoop Storytelling

8/8/2018
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Stoop Storytelling brings people onstage to relate personal anecdotes before an audience of strangers. Like its creators, Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin, the series has become a Baltimore institution.

Duration:01:06:35

Hey Miranda Hall

7/24/2018
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Baltimore playwright Miranda Rose Hall discusses her new work, Plot Points in our Sexual Development, which debuts at Lincoln Center this fall, and tells us how her creative surroundings growing up in Reservoir Hill led to a blossoming career in theater

Duration:00:42:32

Hey War on Women

7/17/2018
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The New York Times wrote that women are making the best rock music and, as proof, they featured our guests, Shwana Potter and Brooks Harlan from the Baltimore-based band War on Women.

Duration:01:02:07

Hey Carmen Brock

7/3/2018
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One of Baltimore's top taste-makers, Carmen Brock, grew up on a rural farm and took a circuitous route to owning her popular retail store, Trohv. She talks about the hustle it takes for a brick and mortal store to compete in a digital age. And to think, it all started with a cow.

Duration:00:59:03

Hey Jess Mayhugh

6/14/2018
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How does a monthly print publication stay current in a digital world that rewards instant, constantly updated content? Baltimore Magazine has been doing this incredibly well in our opinion, and that's thanks largely to Jess Mayhugh. As the publication's digital editor, she can't answer a tech question but she can and does make the publication's website a valuable resource for Baltimore's food, entertainment, sports scenes, and cultural scenes.

Duration:00:44:35

Hey Ryan Detter

5/23/2018
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Corner bars function like living rooms for Baltimore rowhouse dwellers. We tour some favorite with food writer Ryan Detter, and ponder their future amidst gentrifying neighborhoods and the retirement of the moms and pops who run them.

Duration:01:24:32

Hey Diamondback Brewing

5/3/2018
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Colin Marshall and Tom Foster, co-founders of Diamondback Brewing Company stop by with some of their beer to taste, talk about their beautiful McHenry Row taproom, national brewery trends, and the (surprisingly complicated) task of naming beers.

Duration:00:43:41

Hey Erin Fitzpatrick

4/10/2018
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She took everything but painting in art school, so how did Erin Fitzpatrick become such a highly sought after portraitist? We talk about the hustle it takes to build a career in fine art and her beloved Orioles on this episode of Hey Baltimore.

Duration:01:18:35

Hey Peters Inn

3/20/2018
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Peters Inn has been one of Baltimore's consistently best restaurants for decades, but a recent fire dealt the chef-owners, Karin Fuller and Bud Tiffany, a major blow. We process the near tragedy and it's future over gin and fake Baltimore accents.

Duration:01:02:00