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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck travels to the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, just across the border from Frederick County. She tells us what to see--and what to skip.
The 2012 William Kapell International Piano Competition and Festival is going on now in College Park at the University of Maryland. 24 pianists from around the world are competing. Tom Hall talks with a judge of the competition.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins have made new discoveries about how certain brain cells function--and how that impacts the mechanics of certain neuogenerative diseases, such as ALS. Tom Hall talks about the new research with neurologist Jeff Rothstein.
A look at the new digital magazine devoted to tiny dwellings.
In our first installment of the WYPR and Maryland Film Festival Spotlight we talk with Lucy Alibar, the screenwriter behind Beasts of the Southern Wild.
A new law places more importance on social studies in school curriculum, requiring all students in Maryland to pass a government assessment test in order to graduate. We talk with an education professor and a Baltimore County curriculum coordinator about how teachers will prepare for the test--and the changing emphasis on social studies in education.
A tale of a homespun economy in Afghanistan from author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.
Sascha Wolhandler of Sascha’s 527 tells us how to make great dinners to beat the heat.
What if you could stop malaria from leaving the mosquito?