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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
Baltimore-based poet Sam Schmidt has published his first volume, "Suburban Myths." His wife is also a poet, and author of "Voices Fly: An Anthology of Exercises and Poems." Sam and Virginia join Tom Hall to talk about poetry . . . and domesticity.
When can hospital treatment care be delivered at home? We talk with a Johns Hopkins professor who's developed a program of care for those who would usually be hospitalized--and a doctor from a New Mexico health care system that's adopted the program.
Suzanne Stettinius of Parkton, Maryland, is competing in the Olympic Pentathlon, which involves fencing, shooting, swimming, horse back riding, and running. We'll hear about her training--and how she got interested.
Theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews the production at the Spotlighters Theatre.
What are the best young adult books to look out for in the coming year? Book critic Paula Willey and teen reviewer Julia Noel have been to the Book Expo conference in New York. They give us their top picks.
In about a week, a group of doctors from the Baltimore region will return to Honduras for the 15th straight year. Today, emergency physician John Wogan will tell us about the desperately needed medical care and public health advances he and his colleagues will bring to the rural village of Atima.
We explore the history of the United States Colored Troops and the way we remember the role of African-Americans in the Civil War.
Irish flautist Laura Byrne and accordionist Billy McComiskey play a couple tunes for Tom Hall in advance of their appearance at the Maryland Traditions Festival on Saturday at the Creative Alliance.
Baltimore City Council President Jack Young is at odds with Mayor Rawlings-Blake about what should be funded in the city budget--and what shouldn't. We ask him how he and the Mayor came to be on such different pages.