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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
The Cycle continues...Beneatha's Place, the second play in CENTERSTAGE's "The Raisin Cycle" opens in previews on May 8. Tom Hall sits down with Kwame Kwei-Armah, CENTERSTAGE's artistic director and the writer of Beneatha's Place to talk about his inspiration for the play.
Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Andres Alonso is retiring at the end of June. We ask WYPR education reporter Gwendolyn Glenn what his six-year tenure means for the city’s kids.
Catoctin Furnace in Western Maryland fashioned iron into bombshells to fight the British during the Revolutionary War. It closed in 1903 with iron ore to spare. Elizabeth Anderson Comer, editor of a new book on the furnace, tells us why.
Forty-five years ago, a protest group known as the "Catonsville 9" changed the way Americans view the Vietnam War. Author Shawn Peters talks with Tom Hall about the impact they made.
Astronomers at Johns Hopkins have discovered a supernova that exploded 10 billion years ago--the oldest ever spotted. Named after President Woodrow Wilson, the supernova could give us insights into how the early universe functioned. We talk with Nobel laureate Adam Riess, the physicist who's leading the team.
1963 was a pivitol year in the civil rights movement--and in American history, generally. Activist Doc Cheatham is sharing a presentation on the year with different groups in Baltimore. Today, he shares his knowledge with us.
Brother against brother: Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Topdog/Underdog at Everyman Theatre.
A new opera, Camelot Requiem, will dramatize the immediate aftermath of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963. Tom Hall talks with the librettist Caitlin Vincent and composer Joshua Bornfield about the opera.
Adminstrative segregation, disciplinary segregation--Maryland prisons separate some inmates from others for many reasons. Does it add up to "solitary confinement"? And what's the psychological effect? We'll talk to three former state and federal inmates about their experience.