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Next Monday is Sine Die, the last day of the General Assembly's session. It's also the first night of the world premiere of General Assembly: The Musical. We talk to Deerbeard, the post-political psychedelic cabaret band behind the musical. CLICK THROUGH FOR IMPORTANT UPDATE!
Some see Baltimore’s blue light crime cameras essential for public safety; others say they indicate an area is anything but safe. Today on "The Lines Between Us," we talk to a hip-hop producer whose song "Blue Lights" addresses the psychological effects of living under constant surveillance, a city councilman who wants more cameras for his district, and the director of Baltimore Police's CITIWATCH program.
How iconic are Baltimore's blue light crime cameras? Enough to inspire art. We talk to two artists who have created works commenting on the pervasive symbols of Baltimore's crime rate: Auddio Viddeo, producer of the song "Blue Lights," and Michael Farley, whose sculpture at Artscape 2010 allowed people to look out from the inside of a giant CITIWATCH camera.
Stephanie Roper, a college student home on break in Prince George's county, was murdered on April 3, 1982. Her death spawned a victims' rights organization that continues to this day. We talk with the founder, Stephanie's mother, as well as the Executive Director.
It's been five months since Superstorm Sandy rocked the bayside town of Crisfield, Maryland. On April 1, the City Dock that the storm destroyed will begin reconstruction. Crisfield's crabbing season also kicks off on April 1. To catch up on restoration efforts and find out how the seafood industry is faring, Sheilah checks in on the "crab capital of the world."
For five years, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's education program OrchKids has been working to teach music to Baltimore kids. Tom Hall visits a rehearsal.
President Obama has tapped Marylander Thomas Perez to lead the U.S. Department of Labor. We talk with a reporter and some people who worked with him in Maryland about the challenges he faces.
There are new findings on what anti-depression treatments actually target in the brain. We talk about it with Honjun Song, Director of the Stem Cell Program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Institute for Cell Engineering.
Ray Lewis joins ESPN this coming season as an on-air analyst. How do you turn a linebacker into a broadcaster? We ask ESPN producer Seth Markman.
She won a car on "The Price Is Right," but getting things for free or at a discount comes naturally to Dana Zadia Hardy. Her blog, Ms. Couponista, is chock-full of coupon-based money saving tips. Speaking to Tom in the studio, the woman known as "Ms. Couponista" schools us on saving money.