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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast 3-18-11
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How Best to Bike: Looking at Maryland’s bikeability and how transit can be improved for all commuters.
Moving the Chains: University of Maryland English professor Michael Olmert on “Moving the Chains,” his play about the drama surrounding 1960s Maryland football star Darryl Hill’s integration of the Atlantic Coast Conference. “Moving the Chains” gets a reading Monday evening at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C.
All the Lit That’s Fit to Print: Tom Hall takes a glimpse into the Baltimore literary scene with the editors of City Sages, a new anthology of fiction.
An Artist Who Lived Twice: A new book provides a portrait of an artist who managed to overcome her depression, and redefine her style of art.