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Maryland is the only state in the country that sets rates for hospital services. Some hospitals say the rates they charge aren't enough and they'll need to lay off workers. We talk about it with John Colmers, former state health secretary and chair of the state's rate-setting commission.
Jennifer Bodine, daughter of former Baltimore Sun photographer Aubrey Bodine, on collecting her father's labor photographs in Bodine's Industry: The Dignity of Work.
Tom Saunders of Renaissance Production and Tours joins Tom Hall in Druid Hill Park to talk about some of the most important landmarks of Baltimore's African-American history.
Photo at left: Druid Hill Park, credit flickr/bmorerecnparks
In spring 2012, on average, 114 juveniles were locked up at Baltimore’s main intake center. This spring, the average was just 68. Maryland's juvenile justice monitor credits an initiative of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. We’ll hear from the founder of the program and the state official putting it into practice.
Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative, Laura Lippman, "The Beaux Stratagem" review, and history tales for kids
Why are fewer Baltimore juveniles being locked up? Plus, Laura Lippman on drawing fiction from headlines and having a novel adapted to film, J. Wynn Rousuck's review of "The Beaux Stratagem" at Everyman Theatre, and history tales for children.
Laura Lippman tells us about the new film adaptation of her 2003 novel Every Secret Thing. And, the former Baltimore Sun reporter weighs in on recent headlines that could be torn out of a mystery novel.
How do you make an 8 year old care about something that happened 200 years ago? Tom Hall talks with two Maryland authors, J. Scott Fuqua and Neil Didriksen, who've written historical tales for children--one in which a raven is a main character.
For Jack Archer and Tom Aimwell, love comes second to money. But, when both come into play, these sneaky, marriage-minded fortune hunters may get more than they bargained for. Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews The Beaux' Stratagem at Everyman Theatre.
Can racial disparities in our prisons be connected all the way back to policing strategies? Today on "The Lines Between Us," we look at police-community relations with Baltimore Police Lt. Col. Melvin Russell, who heads up the department's new community partnerships unit.
Ernest Burkeen Jr. took over as Baltimore’s director of Recreation and Parks six months ago. We ask him about his vision for the city’s parks and rec centers and how outdoor activities can change young lives.