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Midwives, I'm Irish, Looped, Women's books
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The number of babies born at home in Maryland as opposed to in hospitals is rising. But there aren't enough providers to meet the demand. There would be more if Maryland recognized certified professional midwives, who specialize in home births. We hear the pros and cons of licensing them.
As St. Patrick's Day draws near, Owings Mills writer Elizabeth Bastos brings us a story about her Irish phase.
A play about a ‘60s actress whose diva antics show up some of today’s most mis-behaving celebrities. Theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews the comedy "Looped."
It's Women's History Month! Carla Hayden of the Enoch Pratt Free Library is here to recommend some great books about and by women.