Federal Crime Fighters Partner With Baltimore; "Henry IV, Part One" Review; Older Driver Safety
As federal agencies deploy more resources and manpower on the streets of Baltimore, we talk to two leaders of the federal crime fight here: The U. S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, and agent in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives’ field office, Bill McMullan.
Then, for decades, men have dominated the stage when it comes to Shakespeare’s plays. But the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory has turned that old notion on its head with an all-female production of Henry IV, Part One. J Wynn Rousuck brings us her review.
And: four years ago today Johns Hopkins honor student Nathan Krasnopoler died after months in a coma. He’d be struck on his bicycle by an 83-year-old motorist. Today his teaches a safety class to older drivers.