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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
CEO pay is sharply outpacing average worker pay. In the first of two "The Lines Between Us" segments on executive compensation, we'll look at efforts here in Maryland to reverse the trend, or at least bring more transparency to the way companies decide on CEO pay packages.
The ratio between a CEO's compensation and that of a company's average worker has ballooned in the last few decades. In this episode of "The Lines Between Us," Michael Faulkender, an associate professor at the University of Maryland's business school, explains why.
Tom Hall tours The American Visionary Art Museum's new exhibition called The Art of Storytelling: Lies, Enchantment, Humor & Truth. AVAM's founder and director Rebecca Alban Hoffberger shares some background on a few of the exhibition's artists and their work.
The Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is being updated for the first time in 10 years. We talk about the plan and the state of biking in Maryland with Kate Sylvester, project manager of the plan, and Chris Merriam, a bicycle advocate in Baltimore.
Move over Strunk and White. Veteran copy editor John McIntyre of the Baltimore Sun has a new book called The Old Editor Says: Maxims for Writing and Editing. Today he joins us to explain some of those maxims, such as, "The next time you use 'to die for' in copy, we can make that happen."
The Annapolis Film Festival launches this week. We talk with one of the organizers, and a Maryland based cinematographer, who filmed the documentary HIGH GROUND, about veterans climbing the Himalayas.
Ten years ago on this day, the United States invaded Iraq, marking the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Former Army Captain Randy Thompson tells us what he learned in combat.
Many Iraq war veterans have brought home physical and psychological burdens from their time of service. One approach to addressing and healing those wounds to the body and/or psyche is by providing veterans with service dogs. To talk about this, Sheilah speaks with Lt. Col. Jeffery Camp, the executive director of “Paws for Purple Hearts.”
Storyteller Jon Spelman is taking to the stage of the Creative Alliance to talk about his battle with prostate cancer. He joins Tom Hall to talk about how having the disease changed his thinking. The new show is called The Prostate Dialogues and Talkes of the Tellywacker.