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The Signal, 3.30.12 & 3.31.12, The Filbert Street Community Garden, Esther Weiner’s Passover horseradish, and a story of pachyderm family ties at the Maryland Zoo
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March 30th & 31st, 2012, on The Signal…
South Baltimore’s Filbert Street Community Garden was a trash-strewn lot when Jason Reed showed up there two years ago. With the help of Curtis Bay Elementary Middle School students, he’s transformed the area into a flourishing green space, and we’ll drop in on Jason and the kids as they dig in for their spring planting season.
Hold your breath and don’t rub your eyes! Jewish grandmother and chef extraordinaire Esther Weiner does culinary battle with three giant horseradish roots when invites us into her kitchen for a Passover recipe guaranteed to clear the sinuses.
Plus: Maryland Zoo elephant manager Mike McClure steps up at the Stoop Storytelling Series to share a tale of big-hearted family bonds in the unlikeliest of situations.