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Midday with Dan Rodricks
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is next week, and on his way to the competition, 2011 Baltimore Spelling Bee champion Robbie Palmisano of Hereford Middle School stops by Midday for some Bee prep.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joins us in Studio A this hour. She’ll update us on the city’s plans to move forward with the Superblock development and other issues facing Baltimore.
Journalist Alina Tugend, author of the book Better by Mistake, takes a light hearted, entertaining look about how to transform our mistakes into powerful opportunities.
From the Midwest to the Middle East. We’ll talk with a Red Cross volunteer from Baltimore. Phillip Bovender is part of the disaster relief operation helping people in the flood and tornado-ravaged areas of the south. Also: we’ve invited Kimberly Katz, Associate Professor in Middle East and Islamic History at Towson University and Waleed Hazbun, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Studies and Public Administration at American University of Beirut. to weigh in on President Obama’s Middle East speech.
Extreme shyness can pose a serious threat to a child's academic and social development. How to boost your child’s confidence and allay chronic social anxiety with Professor of Psychology Christopher Kearney, author of Silence is Not Golden.
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf return with more pleasures gastronomic today – this time it’s seafood – how to select it, how to prepare it, how to grill it and what to serve with it.
A look at some of the most interesting local news stories with the reporters who covered them. With another Preakness upon us, we take a look at Maryland horse racing; Gov. O’Malley catches some flak from groups that are usually his allies, and Marylanders already paying more at the pump will soon pay more at the toll booth soon.
A Maryland doctor who treated children with autism with a controversial drug has been suspended from practicing medicine. In this hour of Midday we'll look at teatments for autism and whether any of them work. Our guests for the hour are: Dr. Rebecca Landa, director of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, and Dr. Paul Law, the director of the Interactive Autism Network at Kennedy Krieger.
In this edition of Midday on the Law we'll look at this week's Supreme Court decision on police searches and the filing of charges in the attack on a transgender woman in Baltimore County. With attorneys Julie Rubin and Jim Astrachan.
A look at how we can make our lives more energy efficient. We'll find out about simple green choices we can make at home, work and whether Maryland is on track to meet its goal to cut electricity consumption by 15 percent by 2015. Taking part in the discussion are Johanna Neumann, State Director for Maryland PIRG and Sandra Steingraber, "Raising Elijah: Protecting Our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis."