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Humanities Connection
5:15 pm
Thu April 23, 2015

Preservation Maryland

Photo of the Maryland Heritage Festival
Credit Preservation Maryland

Does what we choose to preserve reflect our society, our culture, our values?  Preservation Maryland is the second oldest statewide historic preservation organization in the country and works to preserve historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy.


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Programs
4:47 pm
Thu April 23, 2015

Leander

Baltimore's Future with David Warnock
3:33 pm
Thu April 23, 2015

Baltimore's Future: Bart O'Reilly

David Warnock speaks with Bart O'Reilly, artist and recently featured in the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for his work in helping fellow artists who are under-represented.


The Signal
2:22 pm
Thu April 23, 2015

The Altar of Innocence, Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra, and fiction from Eric D Goodman

A conversation with Ann Bracken about her memoir-in-verse, The Altar of Innocence; Jonathan Jensen of the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra, and short fiction from Eric D Goodman

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. April 23, 1-2 PM
10:57 am
Thu April 23, 2015

1965

In Midday’s second hour, we travel 50 years into the past to 1965, the height of the civil rights movement. We’ll speak to Julian Zelizer, author of “The Fierce Urgency of Now,” on the political savvy of President Johnson and the fight over the Great Society. And we hear Jim Achmutey’s account of the integration of a high school in rural Georgia -- how a white student's defense of his African-American classmates left a lasting impression on his peers.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. April 23, 12-1 PM
10:52 am
Thu April 23, 2015

1995

Remember the search engine Alta Vista or the browser Netscape? Where were you when you heard the verdict in the O.J. Simpson trial? W. Joseph Campbell, American University professor of communications, argues that 1995 was not only the breakout year for the Internet, but a pivotal year in American politics and culture.

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The Morning Economic Report
9:25 am
Thu April 23, 2015

Potential Growth - 4/23/15

Not only did the global rate of growth slump during the economic downturn that lasted from two thousand and seven to two thousand and nine, but according to the International Fund, world’s growth potential also took a big hit.  Potential growth represents the measure of how rapidly economies can expand over time without triggering unacceptably high rates of inflation. 

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The First Five Years
3:58 pm
Wed April 22, 2015

Go Nuts!

Developmental psychologist Urie Bronfenbrenner said children need "The enduring, irrational involvement of one or more adults in care of and in joint activity with that child. In short, somebody has to be crazy about that kid."


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ClearPath - Your Roadmap To Health & Wealth
1:10 pm
Wed April 22, 2015

Special Enrollment Period for ACA

Greg and Hector discuss some of the lesser known points of the special enrollment period for those uninsured in 2014.


The Nature of Things
12:59 pm
Wed April 22, 2015

Shad

Credit The Bay Journal

Fishing for American shad, the largest member of the herring family, off Deer Creek was a spring rite of passage for me as a boy. My grandfather and I would spend hours catching the thin, metallic fish with dark spots on its shoulder.

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