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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
Baltimore hip-hop artist Rye Rye is a finalist in a contest to get on the cover of Rolling Stone's "Women Who Rock" issue. We'll ask the 21-year-old entertainer about her short but very successful career.
Want to carry a gun in Maryland? A recent order from a federal judge just made it easier...although Attorney General Douglas Gansler has asked the 4th U.S. Circuit Court for Appeals in Richmond to delay changes in Maryland permit applications until an appeal is heard. We'll ask a gun policy researcher where things might go from here.
J. Wynn Rousuck gives us her take on Cockpit in Court's new production of Sunset Boulevard.
Switching streetlights to LED is saving the city money, but is it costing us in safety?
Baltimore: one of the nation's most park-friendly cities? A new survey says so. We'll ask one of the researchers--a Johns Hopkins University graduate--how Baltimore earned the #15 spot out of 40 U.S. cities studied.
A celebration of the 120th anniversary of the Afro-American newspaper.
The dry spring and summer is shrinking the size of the dead zone in the Chesapeake Bay. We talk with Don Boesch of University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.