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Musician Sorie Kondi, Political Cartoonist ‘Kal,’ Amy Sens at The Stoop, and Union Craft Brewing
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We meet a man who grew up blind in a small village in Sierra Leone. As a child, he taught himself how to play a rare instrument called the Kondi. He adopted the name of his instrument, and we hear Sorie Kondi share his music and his story.
Kevin “Kal” Kallaugher talks about his new book and the resilient art of the political cartoon.
From The Stoop, Pastor Amy Sens of Six Eight Church shares a story about keeping the faith – and staying true to herself.
A brewery tour at Baltimore’s Union Craft Brewing.