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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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.
Tom talks to Murry Sidlin, the conductor whose program "Defiant Requiem" tonight and tomorrow at the Peabody Conservatory will honor the musicians who organized a performance of Verdi's masterpiece in a World War II concentration camp.
Domestic violence can have health consequences that are just as real, if not as visible, as the bruises. We talk with a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing about the health effects of domestic violence and her research on how to prevent it.
The movie Argo won three Oscars this spring at the Academy Awards. The man behind the movie--and the plan--is former spy Antonio Mendez, who now lives in Washington County. We talk with him.
New residents are moving in, but the welcome mat isn't being rolled out...Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews CENTERSTAGE's production of "Clybourne Park."
Photojournalist Tim Hetherington died while covering the conflict in Libya in 2011. His life and work are documented in Sebastian Junger's new film Which Way is the Front Line from Here. Tom Hall talks about the film with a photojournalist and a filmmaker from a panel that followed a WYPR/Maryland Film Festival Spotlight Series screening.
Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast will not air this morning, so that NPR's Morning Edition can continue bringing you the latest on the search for the remaining accused Boston Marathon bomber. "The Lines Between Us" will return next Friday. Click "Listen Live" above to tune in.