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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
Tom Hall talks with the co-director of a new documentary about the rise and fall of the Source Family, a 1970s cult led by a charismatic leader, Father Yod.
On today's episode of The Lines Between Us, we learn about the communities in Baltimore where so many ex-offenders return to from prison … young people see incarceration almost as a rite of passage. To discuss this, Sheilah Kast speaks with Dr. Nancy La Vigne, director of the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute, and Adrian Muldrow, program manager for the Druid Heights CDC We Can Achieve Program.
Tom Hall sits down with Taiye Selasi, author of Ghana Must Go.
You've heard of prepaid cell phone plans--but what about prepaid tuition plans? There are government savings plans that offer tax breaks. Joan Marshall, who leads the state program, tells us parents should take advantage.
Sheilah visits Make Studio, an organization that helps artists with developmental disabilities create--and sell their work.
The Columbia Orchestra turns 35 this year--and plays Wagner this weekend. Tom Hall talks to music director Jason Love about how this community orchestra's programming has become more adventurous over time.
We hear often about the 1861 Pratt Street Riot and other disturbances that gave Baltimore the nickname "Mobtown." Overlooked is the Baltimore Bank Riot of 1835. University of Oklahoma historian Robert Shalhope wrote a book about it. He'll tell us what happened, and how similar the story is to the financial crisis of 2008.
Every day, we're bombarded with so many numbers and rankings it’s hard to make sense of it all. We’ll put some of those figures in context with the return of…"Maryland by the Numbers."
Young musicians will gather in Chestertown this week for the National Music Festival. They'll perform more than 30 concerts, including Mahler's Resurrection.