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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
The number of medical drugs in short supply has tripled since 2007. What can be done to lower the impact on patients? We ask Dr. Yoram Unguru from the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.
We speak with a Marylander raising awareness of the Middle Passage, the awful route from Africa to this hemisphere that took the lives of two million slaves.
The Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences is inviting people to “take a leap” this month in a first-ever dance festival that features performances, and related events in Towson, Dundalk, Owings Mills and elsewhere. It's called the Baltimore County Dance Celebration.
There can be many pitfalls in the 21st century workplace, such as replying to emails you didn't mean to, having a relationship with a colleague. Baltimore County author Richie Frieman addresses many of them in his book Reply All and Other Ways to Tank Your Career.
About a third of emergency room visits in Maryland could have been handled in a primary care setting. Will the Affordable Care Act change that... and, if so, when?
President Theodore Roosevelt is a popular subject for biographers, but historian Doris Kearns Goodwin decides to look at the friendship between Roosevelt and William Howard Taft. She joins us to talk about her new book and how political history repeats itself.
Book recommendations for cold winter nights from Carla Hayden of the Pratt Library.
The Afro-American is the country’s oldest family-owned, continuously operating African-American newspaper. It started in 1892 as a Sunday school newsletter in Baltimore, and later became published in other cities along the East Coast. We talk about the process of archiving more than a century's worth of archives.
Jeff Krulik captured Maryland's mid-80s head-banger culture in his cult classic documentary Heavy Metal Parking Lot. Nathan talks with one of the head-bangers in the film and with Krulik about his Marlyand-based movie.