Posts filed under ‘On Air’
Over 100 television shows have been cancelled since September. Pop culture analyst and McDaniel College president Roger Casey tells Tom about the best of the worst.
Treats for aesthetes.
Elected officials representing East Baltimore are vowing to shut down construction on EBDI, a large development project near Johns Hopkins Hospital. They say the project isn’t doing enough to hire local workers. We talk about the possible impact with Melody Simmons, reporter for the Daily Record.
On August 14, 1945, photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt took a picture of a sailor kissing a woman in a white uniform in Times Square. A new book identifies the sailor as George Mendonsa, who lives in Rhode Island, and Greta Friedman, who lives in Frederick, Maryland. Sheilah talks with both of them, now 89, about how that moment in Times Square came about.
See it today, or wait another hundred years or so.
Neighborhood students explore the sights and sounds of Station North.
The differences between how girls and boys are treated when inside Maryland’s Department of Juvenile Services.
Nathan Sterner talks with Baltimore Sun technology reporter Gus Sentementes.
A review of the play “A Fierce Longing,” now at the Theatre Project in Baltimore.
The writer Dudley Clendinen died last week at age 67. We speak with people who knew him, and hear from Dudley both before and after his diagnosis of ALS.