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8-6-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Researchers at Johns Hopkins are looking at nanoparticles in a new way. We’ll talk with two scientists who are trying to get pharmaceuticals to subvert the body’s natural defenses…in order to treat disease.
Then—150 years ago, Annapolis was the main depot for Union prisoners-of-war paroled by the Confederacy. We’ll hear from the author of a book about how the parolees transformed the sleepy town into crowded city of liquor, crime and disease.
And – J. Wynn Rousuck reviews “Following Sarah” at the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Plus—The artistic leaders of the Creative Alliance and the Theater Project are leaving. Tom Hall talks with both of them about how theater and performance are changing in Baltimore.