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03-20-13: Updating the Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan, Editing Tips From John McIntyre, And A Preview Of The Annapolis Film Festival
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Bicyclists, and motorists, have a stake in how Maryland is updating its Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. We’ll talk to the Maryland Department of Transportation’s project manager, and to the Executive Director of Bikemore, a Baltimore advocacy group.
Then, copy editor John McIntyre’s new book is called "The Old Editor Says: Maxims for Writing and Editing." Today, The Baltimore Sun veteran explains some maxims. Like this one: "If you are not possessed of a perpetually filthy mind, you are ill-equipped to edit."
And, we talk with an organizer of this week’s Annapolis Film Festival and with a Maryland-based cinematographer behind a documentary about veterans climbing the Himalayas.
Plus, the Maryland Morning Culture Calendar.