Internet Infrastructure; Living Questions; "The Comedy Of Errors"; "They"
Baltimore needs big investment in infrastructure like roads and sewers. But, what about the city’s Internet infrastructure? We talk with a deputy mayor and a technology educator about Baltimore’s digital future.
Then, as Sandtown-Winchester looks to its future, more than 30 neighborhood churches are helping to shape its path. Pastors of two of them, Amelia Harris of Newborn Community of Faith Church, and Lewis Wilson of New Song Community Church, talk with Tom Hall about their plans in the wake of the riots.
Plus, theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s production of “The Comedy of Errors.
And, poet Sue Ellen Thompson talks with Tom about the core of her latest work, a collection called “They.” She explores her relationships with her parents and with her transgender child.