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Midday with Dan Rodricks
Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik returns to Studio A to talk about on the world of television and media during his monthly visit to Midday. With special guest Saturday Night Live alum, Weeds cast member and standup comedian Kevin Nealon.
Mildred Muhammad was married to John Allen Muhammad, the convicted and now executed D.C. sniper who terrorized the Washington D.C. metro region in late 2002. She also is the survivor of domestic abuse at the hands of Muhammad and now travels the country as an advocate for women's issues. She tells Dan her remarkable story this hour.
Do you struggle to figure out the percentage of sales tax on a purchase price, determine how much mulch you need for your 10' x 5' garden plot, even calculate how much to tip? If math went in one ear and out the other in high school, and you realize that understanding simple math would be useful in your life now, tune in this hour. An adult refresher course in math and its real life applications, with personal finance writer and former high school math teacher Laura Laing, who recently wrote Math for Grownups.
A wide ranging conversation with Maryland law professor Michael Greenberger, about the alleged Iranian terror plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador on U.S. soil, Occupy Wall Street and big banks.
Food writer Henry Hong, chef at Republic Noodle in Federal Hill, and John Shields, chef and owner of Gertrude's Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum Art, present: food for football season. What to prepare and eat on those Game Day Sundays (and Game Night Mondays).
The Midday Weekly News Review of some of the region's most interesting stories with the reporters who covered them.
Picking up on the Occupy Wall Street movement that is inspiring nationwide activism, Occupy Baltimore protestors have been in the Inner Harbor’s McKeldin Square since October 4th. They aim to call attention to the glaring inequity between the 1 percent of Americans who own 40 percent of the nation’s wealth and the rest of us: what they call “the 99 percent”. This hour: a look at the Occupy Movement. Is this the long awaited rise of the left? Can growing populist anger over corporate greed and money’s influence on politics actually effect change? Is this the left’s answer to the Tea Party?
P.M. Forni, author of The Thinking Life, gives us his take on the digital revolution's effect on our ability to slow down...and ponder.
The debate over religious beliefs. We may share more similarities than differences. William Egginton, author of In Defense of Religious Moderation, is our guest.