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Midday with Dan Rodricks
A look at the top stories of the region with the reporters who covered them. This week we focus on the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico with Cricket Coodall, executive director of the Maryland Thoroughbred Association and Josh Pons of the Countrylife and Merryland thoroughbred horse farms. Also, Marceline White of the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition and Shannon Morgan of Maryland Life Magazine.
With spring here and summer quickly approaching, Evan Balkan returns to Midday to share his list of the best walking tours of Baltimore. Balkan is author of Walking Baltimore: An Insider’s Guide to 22 Historic Neighborhoods, Waterfront Districts, and Hidden Treasures in Charm City.
A look at what it’s like to re-enter society following incarceration with three former Baltimore offenders who are all recent graduates of the Jericho Re-entry Program, a local year-long program to help get formerly incarcerated men get back on their feet.
Bay Journal reporter Rona Kobell has the results of tests of water quality in tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay, part of our look at recent controversies over the storm-water fees imposed on Baltimore and nine counties to stem polluted runoff into the bay.
From staffing problems to continued battles with local communities, a look at the state of the world’s largest retailer with Lana Stewart , cashier at the Laurel Wal-Mart and a member of a worker-rights organization at the store; Mackenzie Baris, an organizer with Jobs with Justice and an activist with Respect DC; Charles Fishman, author of The Wal-Mart Effect: How the World’s Most Powerful Company Really Works—and How it’s Transforming the American Economy; and Rebekah Massengil, author of Wal-Mart Wars: Moral Populism in the Twenty-First Century.
Z on TV blogger and Baltimore Sun critic David Zurawik is back for another look at the latest media news, including Bill O'Reilly's war on Martin O'Malley, the Associated Press scandal, another open audition for House of Cards in Harford County and Arrested Development on Netfilx.
In the first of a two-part series on immigration, former NPR correspondent Andrea Seabrook’s political podcast, Decode DC, explores this serious and volatile subject and looks at how humor can get closer to solving a problem than political talking points ever could. Guest host Korva Coleman
The remarkable life of Baltimore-raised entertainer Cab Calloway, with his daughter Camay Calloway Murphy, founder of the Cab Calloway Jazz Institute and Museum at Coppin State University; her son, Christopher Calloway Brooks, director of the Cab Calloway Orchestra; and Alyn Shipton, author of, Hi-De-Ho: The Life of Cab Calloway. Guest host Korva Coleman
President Obama is demanding action following the Pentagon survey that showed sexual assaults sharply on the rise, and by the thousands. We look at the problem in the military with Roz Branson, executive director of TurnAround Inc. of Baltimore. Then, in the wake of a handful of high-profile complaints filed against some of the nation’s most elite colleges, a trio of student activists join us to discuss sexual assault on campus: Em Cooper, a founder of the Coalition For Sexual Violence Prevention and Awareness at Johns Hopkins University; Alexandra Brodsky, a former Yale student who was part of a group that filed a Title 9 complaint against the university in 2011; and Henry Bergman, co-president of Men for Consent at Williams College.
Fossil-crazed science writer Brian Switek joins Midday contributor John Monahan to talk about his passion for excavating, and his most recent findings in the fields of paleontology and dinosaur science. Switek is the author of My Beloved Brontosaurus: On the Road with Old Bones, New Science, and Our Favorite Dinosaurs. Also, a look at the impending arrival of the cicada.