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The Morning Economic Report
9:51 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

Economic Good News - 5/30/14

There is much about the U.S. economy with which to be pleased.  Real gross domestic product appears to be tracking above 3 percent during the current quarter.  Job gains have accelerated. 

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Humanities Connection
5:30 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

History Day Changes Students’ Life Trajectory

History Day is an exciting learning experience for students in grades 6 through 12. Through Maryland History Day, nearly 19,000 Maryland students learn about ideas, people, and events in history and apply what they have learned through creative and original projects.

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The Signal
4:52 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

The Manly Deeds, Poet Lalita Noronha, and “The Paradise that Wasn’t”

the men of The Manly Deeds

Charm City old-time band The Manly Deeds; Lalita Noronha's poetry collection, Her Skin Phyllo-thin; and Evodie Ngoy’s documentary film, The Paradise that Wasn’t

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Programs
3:57 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

"Captain John Smith"

Credit Chester River Water Trail.org
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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. May 29, 1-2 p.m.
11:41 am
Thu May 29, 2014

The Fabulous Beekman Boys

Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, best known for their Cooking Channel show and for their grand prize-winning-run on CBS’s "The Amazing Race," join Midday again to talk about their new book of recipes, "The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook: 100 Delicious Heritage Recipes from the Farm and Garden."

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. May 29, 12-1 p.m.
11:37 am
Thu May 29, 2014

Vehicles for Change

Alfred Johnson spent 27 years in prison for second-degree homicide. He was only 17-years-old at the time of his arrest. Now, at the age of 45, he's a working mechanic for Vehicles for Change.
Courtesy of Vehicles for Change

A radio profile of the nonprofit through the stories of three ex-offenders who took part in VOC's Center for Automotive Careers. The program trains unemployed and underemployed adults for jobs in automotive services. Our guests: Alfred Johnson, Edward Ray, and Tavon Williams

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Baltimore's Future
8:30 am
Thu May 29, 2014

Baltimore's Future: Nina Beth Cardin on Harvesting for the Future

Nina Beth Cardin

In this interview, David Warnock speaks with Nina Beth Cardin, founder of the Baltimore Orchard Project.

On today's "Baltimore's Future," David Warnock speaks with Nina Beth Cardin, head of the Baltimore Orchard Project. 

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Headlines
8:03 am
Thu May 29, 2014

Water Line Insurance, Ruppersberger’s Brown Endorsement, & Baltimore County To Pay Police Retirees

Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger
Credit Tom at en.wikipedia via Wikimedia Commons

Baltimoreans will soon be able to buy insurance for the water and sewer pipes that from the municipal main to their houses. What Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger’s endorsement of Anthony Brown could mean for the governor’s race. Baltimore County officials are expected to pay at least $1.6-million to end a dispute with the police union over health insurance overpayments. Plus: a report card on Harbor health, a sewage spill in Arnold, a Maryland man in space, and more.

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Public Commentary
10:02 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Carmela Coyle - May 27, 2014

Carmela Coyle is the President & CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association (MHA), a position she has held since July 2008. MHA is the advocate for Maryland hospitals, health systems, and the communities and patients they serve. In her role, Carmela is sharpening the association’s focus on advocacy and public policy. Quality and patient safety is a priority, where she is helping hospitals make health care in Maryland the safest in the nation. She is currently leading an effort to rethink the future of payment in Maryland and to both preserve and modernize Maryland’s Medicare waiver for the next 30 years. In addition to her post at MHA, Carmela also serves on the Board of the Maryland Patient Safety Center, the Maryland Healthcare Education Institute, and PRIME, MHA’s shared services organization.

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The Morning Economic Report
9:53 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Economic Impact of Student Loans - 5/29/14

Most people would agree that large volumes of student debt are holding the economy back.  Just a decade ago, there were only about $300 billion in student loans outstanding.  Today, that figure is in the range of $1.1 trillion.  While that total is dwarfed by total mortgage debt in the U.S., $8.2 trillion, student debt is concentrated among a smaller group of people – many of them in their 20s and 30s.  These people often serve as the engine of economic activity, including with respect to the housing market. 

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