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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
The letters and manuscripts of author Stephen Crane are on display at the Peabody library. Curator Gabrielle Dean takes us through the exhibit.
Over 17,000 people in Baltimore are dealing with drug addiction. What challenges do those people face in beating these addiction? And how can money and race play a factor in recovery?
Prisoners at the Maryland Correctional Training Center in Hagerstown will soon perform a play written by a fellow inmate. It's called The 'N' Word, and it grew out of their own discussions about that word. We'll talk to two men on the outside who are showing men on the inside the healing power of theater.
The number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay declined by over 60 percent in the past year. But the number of fertile females is up. Why the changes--and what does cannibalism have to do with it? We ask Maryland's Department of Natural R esources.
Where did Cab Calloway and his sister grow up? Where did W.E.B. Du Bois raise his daughter? What was the only neighborhood in the early 20th century to put covenants in place that kept white residents from buying homes there? We talk to Professor Dale Glenwood Green, a Morgan State University professor who’s making sure that the history of the neighborhoods of Morgan Park and Wilson Park are well-known.
The Memorial Players in Bolton Hill open the musical Meet Me In St. Louis on Friday. Tom Hall speaks with the director and producer.
The Maryland GOP elected a new chair last weekend. We ask Diana Waterman of the Eastern Shore about her plans for the party after a General Assembly session that was tough for Republicans.
The Baltimore service organization Civic Works celebrates its' 20th anniversary on Wednesday. To talk about the organization's beginning, and its future, Sheilah Kast speaks with Civic Works co-founders former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, and Civic Works executive director Delegate Dana Stein.