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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
County executive or board of commissioners? That's a choice voters in Frederick County will face this fall when they decide whether to adopt a new form of govenrment. We hear from a political science about the differences, and a reporter from the Frederick News Post about public reception thus far.
Caroline Queen grew up paddling the streams of Montgomery County. Now she's taken her oar to London as a member of the U.S. Olympic kayaking team. We ask her how she's assessing the course ahead.
Singer-songwriter Ellen Cherry has many faces -- or, rather, many voices.
Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck has been to see the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s productions of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Pride and Prejudice.” She brings us these reviews.
Undestanding the things that live on us and in us and how that changes our health.
Book recommendations for summer relaxation from Carla Hayden of the Pratt Library.
How would things change if you could care for the aging in thier own homes?
Though we're radio people, we're making some early forays into video. Here, a Very Short Film about the Maryland Film Festival.
When you think of the port of Baltimore you probably don’t think of a ministry there. We talk with Rev. Mary H.T. Davisson of the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center.