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1-28-13: Maryland's Health Enterprise Zones, the Return of Elk, Drawings of Mae West, and "Beauty and the Beast" at the Hippodrome
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Will "health enterprise zones" address healthcare inequalities in Maryland? We learn what they are, and examine some of the inequalities that exist around the state.
Then-It's been more than 200 years since elk were a part of the wildlife scene in Maryland. Now, the state is examining whether it would work to re-introduce the eight-foot long mammals back to the state. We talk about it with a biologist of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Plus-MICA professor Raoul Middleman's new show at the C. Grimaldis Gallery unveils a 43-year-old suite of Mae West drawings. Middleman gives Tom Hall a tour and reflects on the development of the burlesque in his style. (Hint: it involves an 85-year-old man in diapers riding a unicycle.)
And-Be our guest...as Tom and J. Wynn Rousuck have a conversation about beauty and beasts, "The Book of Mormon," and more from the Hippodrome's 2013-2014 season.