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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
A documentary called The Central Park Five airs on MPT Tuesday night. It’s about the wrongful conviction of five black and Latino teenagers in the rape of a Central Park jogger in 1989. Tom Hall talks with the film's directors and one of the five men.
Across-the-board federal spending cuts called “Sequestration” were put in place March 1st. How are they being felt in Maryland now? We ask a federal public defender dealing with furloughs, and a government contractor that has laid workers off due to spending cuts at Fort Meade.
“I don't want to live, I want to love first and live incidentally.” Author Zelda Fitzgerald said that. And now, Annapolis author Erika Robuck is writing a novel about Zelda--and all her loves. We talk with her in advance of her appearnce this weekend at the Annapolis Book Festival.
Poet Paul Muldoon will be in Baltimore on Sunday. His new book is a collection of lyrics written for his rock bands. Tom Hall asks him about editing poetry for The New Yorker and...rocking out.
Lawmakers are heading home after three months in Annapolis. While there, they created a gas tax, banned the death penalty, and created new gun laws. We talk with two reporters about the 2013 legislative session.
We visit the oldest continually operating blacksmith shop in the country, G. Krug and Son, located in downtown Baltimore.
Melinda O'Neal has been directing Baltimore's Handel Choir since 2004. Now, as she finishes up her final season, we talk about her tenure as conductor.
Female U.S. military veterans cope with the same re-entry challenges as any veteran plus, in many cases, the added struggle of MST-–military sexual trauma. Today, we'll meet veteran BriGette McCoy (left), who testified last month to a Senate subcommittee about the aftermath of her rape, and Patricia Lee Stotter, co-producer of the film Service: When Women Come Marching Home, which screens tomorrow at the University of Maryland.
Nathan Sterner checks in with Technically Baltimore's Andrew Zaleski for the latest in the region's tech news.