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12-19-11: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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A proposed wind farm off Maryland’s coast, likely to be an issue in the legislature, has support from an unlikely alliance: environmentalists and organized labor. Leaders from both groups tell us how they found common ground.
Then –Linell Nash Smith talks about the new picture book based on the poetry of her father, Ogden Nash, which brings baseball greats to life.
Plus: author PM Forni on why it’s important to set aside time strictly for thinking.
And: Does critic J. Wynn Rousuck feel the love . . . for the Lion King? She discusses the production now at the Hippodrome.