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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
The artistic leaders of the Creative Alliance and the Theater Project are leaving. Tom Hall talks with both of them about how theater and performance are changing in Baltimore.
If Congress recesses Monday without acting on the Bush tax cuts and sequestration budget cuts, the nation will get dragged even closer to the ‘fiscal cliff.’ What’s at stake for Maryland--particularly its defense industry--if that happens?
A look at the latest national unemployment numbers--and a look at the unemployment rate for Maryland.
Our monthly dose of movie mayhem! Plus, we say good bye to longtime producer Katherine Gorman.
The practice of solitary confinement in prisons is under increasing criticism. What isolation practices does Maryland use? We talk to Urbanite contributing writer Michael Corbin, and Maryland Correctional Institute for Women assistant warden Kendall Gifford.
McDaniel College president and pop culture analyst Roger Casey on what the fall TV season has to offer.
Lots of listener reactions have come in lately, via voicemail and e-mail. We share a few.
As the best-selling book tell us: everybody poops. That includes chickens, cows, pigs, humans. In Maryland, farmers have traditionally taken processed animal poop—or manure—and processed human poop—or biosolids—and used it as fertilizer for their fields. But new nutrient management regulations are chaning how and when this fertilizer can be applied to fields. We hear from a representative of the Department of Agriculture and a Kent County farmer about the changing regulations.
University of Maryland Baltimore County president Freeman Hrabowski talks to Sheilah about the academic challenges African-American students face, and how his recent appointment as Chair of the President's Advisory Board on Educational Excellence for African-Americans will address those challenges.