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Landscape as Laboratory, Ghetto Medic, and Benn Ray’s Book Picks
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July 13th & 14th, 2012, on The Signal:
We visit “Landscape as Laboratory,” the latest round of outdoor works inspired by Evergreen House, the 19th century Italianate mansion that was once home to Baltimore’s Garrett family.
Bill Hennick spent thirty years as a Baltimore firefighter and paramedic, and every day when he came home, he told his adventures to his daughter, Rachel Hennick. Now, she’s written a memoir about her dad called “Ghetto Medic,” and we’ll talk with Rachel and the hero of her book – her dad.
Plus: Benn Ray of Atomic Books stops by with a few summer reading suggestions, from fictional tales of the not-too-distant future, to non-fiction meditations on baseball during the 1970s.