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10-29-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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As Sandy bears down on Maryland, we talk live with Baltimore Sun reporter Scott Dance in Ocean City. We also call out to Western Maryland to ask University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science president Don Boesch what this storm can do to the bay.
The Civil War shaped America in ways that continue to play out 150 years later. We talk with George Wunderlich, who runs the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, about how a set of orders issued in 1862 formed the basis of modern emergency medical treatment.
Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "The Completely Fictional-Utterly True-Final Strange Tale of Edgar Allen Poe" at CENTERSTAGE.
We talk with director Barry Levinson about his new eco-horror film, The Bay.