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ClearPath - Your Roadmap To Health & Wealth
12:12 pm
Tue February 24, 2015

ClearPath - America Saves Week

Credit Ken Teegardin/Flickr

Set your goals, make a plan and SAVE!


Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. Feb. 24, 1-2 P.M.
11:19 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Age of Anxiety

Scott Stossel, editor of The Atlantic and author of “My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind,” explores the disorder’s place in psychology and society, and his lifelong struggle to overcome debilitating fear. Open phones, listener calls.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. Feb. 24, 12-1 P.M.
11:01 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Midday Politics

Gov. Larry Hogan at his State of the State address.

A survey of Maryland politics, as the General Assembly session reaches its halfway point. Plus: how schools systems plan to compensate for Gov. Hogan’s scaled-back funding proposals. With Chris Connelly, WYPR State House reporter, C. Fraser Smith, senior news analyst and Richard Cross III, Republican commentator and blogger. Open phones, listener calls.

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Radio Kitchen #1322
9:09 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Vegetable Curries - 2/24/15

February 24, 2015 - Radio Kitchen - Vegetable Curries

Starting late last autumn, I began buying pumpkins and squash, cutting them up into bite-sized chunks and freezing them.  And Chef Jerry Pelligrino of Waterfront Kitchen, one culinary tradition in particular knows exactly what to do with pumpkin and squash... and that would be, make a curry.

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Public Commentary
8:24 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Beth Harbinson - February 24, 2015

Beth Sandbower Harbinson is a Baltimore native who has worked for the last 15 years in non-profit management, fundraising and development. Her professional experience working in higher education and Independent Schools and her personal experience raising her own children who attend both public and private schools has reinforced her belief in the importance of the opportunity to select educational opportunities that work best for each child.

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The Morning Economic Report
8:17 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Different Approach to Attract Business - 2/24/15

Economic development strategies often recommend that communities target key industries in which the community has apparent or potential competitive advantage.  In Maryland, focus has often been placed on industries like the life sciences, cyber security and government contracting.  The recent experience of New York City suggests there is an alternative approach – simply offer an attractive and interesting place in which to conduct business, and job growth and opportunity will follow. 

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Headlines
5:05 am
Tue February 24, 2015

School Delays for February 24, 2015

Another day of school delays.

Opening TWO HOURS LATE are schools in: Baltimore County

Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. Feb. 23, 1-2 P.M.
2:16 pm
Mon February 23, 2015

Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class

Scott Timberg, an arts reporter who was laid off by the Los Angeles Times in 2008, argues that the Great Recession and the Internet have wiped out the middle- and working-class segments of the creative class, a group that includes reporters, editors, photojournalists, architects and studio musicians. How do you make a living from art and culture in a high-tech, warp speed, winner-take-all society? Original air date: 1/16/15

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. Feb. 23, 12-1 P.M.
2:12 pm
Mon February 23, 2015

Adolescent Health around the Globe

Jhpiego initiatives in Kenya and Nigeria encourage peer education on reproductive health and family planning.

Jhpiego, the international non-profit affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, takes on the health concerns facing teenagers in the developing world, including one of the highest HIV growth rates among all age groups. Dr. Mychelle Farmer, Baltimore pediatrician and Jhpiego senior advisor, joins Midday with two of Jhpiego’s youth leaders to discuss the obstacles faced by teens in Nigeria and Kenya.

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The Morning Economic Report
10:12 am
Mon February 23, 2015

Economic Factors in the Educational Achievement Gap - 2/23/15

Innumerable studies collectively indicate the presence of a chasm-like educational achievement gap between America’s richest and poorest children.  For years, educators, policymakers and others have sought to close that gap, in part to promote greater social justice.  Researchers at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth went one step further, and estimated how much the education gap costs America in terms of economic expansion and tax revenues. 

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