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12-20-11: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Everything from wish lists to adventurous egg nog recipes.
Baltimore has issued a second request for proposals to private organizations to operate city-run rec centers. Meanwhile, the Board of Estimates votes tomorrow about the fate of four rec centers that have already received bids. We talk with Bill Tyler, Chief of Recreation for Baltimore’s Parks Department, about the plan behind privatization.
Owings Mills writer Elizabeth Bastos has a Christmas story about beauty, ugliness, and truffles.
Frostburg musicologist Ian Nagoski has once again brought a culture and an era to life. He tells Tom Hall about his new compilation “To What Strange Place: The Music of the Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916 to 1929.”