Baltimore looks to avoid what it calls a 'twindemic' this winter. Baltimore County Schools resume instruction tomorrow following last week’s cyber attack. Governor Hogan says Covid-19 cases are rising quickly in Maryland and warns of a shortage of healthcare workers. And an immunologist talks about staying the course ahead of (and after) a vaccine.
Amanda Shires has made her mark on American music as a singer, songwriter, and fiddle player, both solo and a member of Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit. On this episode, she discusses how songs by Dolly Parton, Leonard Cohen, and Richard Buckner shaped her work.
ByThe National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre•Nov 25, 2020
Intrigue, revenge and death in the Royal Court! First published in 1849, the year of Poe’s death, this story has been adapted numerous times, including having been sung by David Bowie in Lou Reed’s album “The Raven.” In this adaptation, we take a melodramatic and fantastic look at this most unlikely love affair.