News

Pages

Humanities Connection
5:47 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Voices of Indiantown

With support from a Maryland Humanities Council grant, the Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance recently premiered a documentary entitled "Voices of Indiantown,"

Read more
The Signal
4:23 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, Johnny Eck, & The Bumper Jacksons

The members of Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, at the Bulgarian Embassy

Aaron Henkin presents a profile of Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, an unlikely group of American singers who’ve mastered the haunting, dissonant harmonies of traditional Bulgarian music.

Read more
Your Maryland
4:21 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

"Tunnel Joe"

"Tunnel Joe" escapes from prison in a creative way. 

Read more
Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. Feb. 27, 1-2 p.m.
9:24 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Last Best Cure

Author Donna Jackson Nakazawa

The life of journalist and author Donna Jackson Nakazawa took a dramatic turn when she experienced numb limbs, muscle spasms, poor reflexes and a host of other medical problems.

Read more
Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. Feb. 27, 12-1 pm
9:21 am
Thu February 27, 2014

CEO Compensation

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon
Credit Bloomberg News

Jamie Dimon has had a tumultuous run as CEO of JPMorgan Chase since the financial meltdown of 2008. But despite government investigations of the bank’s practices that led to billions of dollars in settlements, Dimon last year received a $20 million raise. Such compensation packages fuel public debate about income inequality and the regulation of the financial industry.

Read more
Headlines
8:40 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Cold Weather, MD’s Budget, Ground Rents, Dog Bite Liability, and Smart Meter Opt-Out Fees

A thick sheet of ice covers Loch Raven Reservoir. The start of boating season at the Prettyboy and Liberty Reservoirs has been delayed because of ice.
Credit Nathan Sterner / WYPR

Baltimore’s declared a Code Blue Alert though Friday, with bitter cold in the forecast. Plus: balancing MD’s budget, ground rents, dog bite liability, smart meter opt-out fees, Dwyer’s DUI bill, Henson’s return to court, cell phone data, and more.

Read more
Baltimore's Future
8:33 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Baltimore's Future: Andy Frank on the Homewood Community Partners Initiative

Today David speaks with Andy Frank, Johns Hopkins University Special Adviser to the President on Economic Development. They discuss Hopkins' Homewood Community Partnership Initiative.

Read more
Cellar Notes
11:54 pm
Wed February 26, 2014

Mt. Gay Rum - 2/26/14

Cost key:  $=less than $20  $$= $20-40   $$$=$40-60  $$$$=above $60

Mt. Gay Black Barrel Run
(Twice aged, big smoky and spicy) ** $$

Mt. Gay Extra Old Rum
(8-15 years, roasted flavors with sharp acidic edge) *** $$

Mt. Gay 1703 Rum
(Rum as Cognac, extra special) *** $$$

Many of these fine spirits can be purchased at Wine World.  See sponsor tab.
 

Read more
Choral Arts Classics
1:10 pm
Wed February 26, 2014

Mary Jo Salter II

Nola Richardson, Soprano
Credit John Pedersen

February Choral Arts Classics

On the next episode of Choral Arts Classics, Tuesday night, February 25, 2014, the acclaimed poet Mary Jo Salter joins Tom for the second of two conversations about the relationship between poetry and music.

Read more
Midday with Dan Rodricks, Wed. Feb. 25 1-2 p.m.
9:50 am
Wed February 26, 2014

The Monkey's Voyage

In his new book, Evolutionary Biologist, Alan de Queiroz, claims that millions of years ago, monkeys managed to cross the Atlantic Ocean by raft.
Credit pandasthumb.org

Continental drift is the most commonly held scientific belief about the movement of Earth's species over time. But evolutionary biologist Alan de Queiroz challenges that notion by positing that certain species, from monkeys to baobab trees, were not merely victims of their continental fate but masters of their geographic destiny.

Queiroz is the author of "The Monkey's Voyage: How Improbable Journeys Shaped the History of Life."

Read more

Pages