Graziano and Public Housing Policy; Steve Inskeep; "Cabaret Noir"; Deer Control; Guy Fawkes Day
Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano is under fire over how he is running the nation’s fifth largest Public Housing Authority. No one in City government has headed an agency longer than he has. Luke Broadwater from the Baltimore Sun joins me to assess Graziano’s tenure so far, what the future might hold for him, and for residents in public housing.
Plus, Steve Inskeep will be at MICA tomorrow night to talk about his book on Andrew Jackson, and his work on NPR’s Morning Edition. Steve joins us live, with a preview.
Then, Nathan Sterner speaks with George Timko from the MD Department of Natural Resources about keeping the deer population in check, and J Wynn Rousuck reviews the new show at Baltimore’s Theater project.
And we close with a nod to Guy Fawkes Day, in which our own Nathan Sterner describes how he and his family annually mark this historical British commemoration.