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The Signal, 05.20.11 & 05.21.11, the end of the world, Leakin Park, and Huichol Indians in Baltimore
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***THE SIGNAL AIRS FRIDAYS AT 7 PM AND SATURDAYS AT 1 PM***
This week (May 20 & 21, 2011) on The Signal…
In case you haven’t heard the news, the end of the world is scheduled for this Saturday, May 21st, at least according to an Evangelical sect that’s been warning us of the date with billboard messages and pamphlets all across the country. This week on the program, contributor Baynard Woods talks with die-hard believers about how it feels to be on the verge of a presumed apocalypse.
We take a stroll through Leakin Park, an urban oasis with more than 1200 acres of rolling woodlands, miles of hiking trails, a nature center, and a unique art show that opens this weekend.
Plus: Contributor Sam Hopkins introduces us to a group of Huichol Indians from the mountains of Western Mexico. They’re here in town sharing their art and music as part of a First Nations Gathering this weekend in Southeast Baltimore.