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Baltimore's Future with David Warnock
5:02 pm
Wed February 5, 2014

Baltimore's Future: Adam Gross on Baltimore's Inner Harbor

A view of Baltimore's Harbor
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February 6, 2014

David talks to Adam Gross, principal of Ayers Saint Gross, about The Inner Harbor Plan 2.0.

The Greater Baltimore Committee and the Waterfront Partnership retained Ayers Saint Gross to take a look at The Inner Harbor, and come up with some ideas to revitalize the waterfront area. 

 

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Maryland Morning
9:00 am
Wed February 5, 2014

Why HIV-Positive Teens Aren't Getting Tested

Credit Stephanie Hughes

Sheilah Kast talks with Dr. Allison Agwu, an infectious disease specialist at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

Many teenagers with HIV are not getting treatment for the disease until the virus is in advanced stages.  That’s the finding of a study published this week in the journal Pediatrics.  It was a retrospective study of 13 clinic sites around the country, including one in Baltimore.  They looked at new patients ages 12 to 24.  They looked at teenagers who were infected through behavior, not those who became positive at birth. 

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Maryland Morning
8:55 am
Wed February 5, 2014

How Baltimore Rebuilt After The Great Fire of 1904

Church of the Messiah at Fayette and Gay Streets
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Sheilah Kast talks with Wayne Schaumburg

  One-hundred ten years ago this Friday, Baltimore could be seen as a glow in the night sky for miles around the city. It wasn’t the city lights that generated the glow but a wind-stoked fire that ravaged much of the city’s downtown. The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 is considered the third worst fire to hit an American city and it shaped downtown in ways still visible today.

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Maryland Morning
8:50 am
Wed February 5, 2014

The Three Sisters in "Crimes of the Heart"

Beth Hylton as Lenny, Dorea Schmidt as Babe, and Megan Anderson as Meg.
Credit Stan Barouh

The Everyman Theater’s production of Crimes of the Heart marks the company’s one year anniversary in its new home on Fayette Street in the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District on Baltimore’s West Side. Written by Beth Henley, Crimes of the Heart is a play about three sisters in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. This morning, we talk with the three sisters who star in the play: Beth Hylton, Dorea Schmidt and Megan Anderson.

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Headlines
5:28 am
Wed February 5, 2014

Ice-Related Schedule Changes for February 5, 2014

Weather advisories for Central Maryland.
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Freezing Rain Advisories and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect around the listening area; the ice is causing power outages and schedule changes for schools, governments, businesses, and public transit systems. Our partial list of what's happening follows...

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Cellar Notes
9:11 pm
Tue February 4, 2014

Imported Dessert Wines - 2/5/14

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

Blandy's Rainwater Madeira ** $  
(Soft, gentle, mildly sweet, totally mellow)

Taylor Fladgate Tawny Port ** $  
(A super bargain, spot on tawny style)

Dow's LBV Port 2006 *** $
(Outstanding bargain for vintage character port)

Pitaud Pineau des Charentes "Blanc" NV **1/2 $  
(Creme brulée in a bottle)

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The Environment In Focus
1:56 pm
Tue February 4, 2014

Ad War Erupts Over Pollution Control Fees

An advertising and public relations battle has erupted over stormwater pollution control fees in Maryland. 

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Maryland Morning
9:00 am
Tue February 4, 2014

How the Affordable Care Act is Affecting Refugees and Asylees' Health Care

A flyer at the IRC in Baltimore that lists the available interpreters every day.
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The Checkup looks at how refugees and asylees are accessing health care under the Affordable Care Act.

Every year more than 50,000 refugees and asylees enter the United States, and hundreds resettle in Maryland. 

On today’s edition of The Checkup, we hear from refugees and service providers about the changes to refugees' healthcare and the unique health challenges that many face.

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Maryland Morning
8:45 am
Tue February 4, 2014

How DJ Spooky Turns Ice Into Music

DJ Spooky
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Tom Hall talks with multimedia artist DJ Spooky.

Paul Miller, aka DJ Spooky, is a multimedia artist who works as a composer, editor, and author. He has developed music, film and experimental projects with a number of artists from across the United States and the world. This spring, he is an artist-in-residence at the Maryland Institute College of Art here in Baltimore. He’s teaching a course at MICA, and working on a new multimedia opera that will receive its premiere in the fall of this year. DJ Spooky joins Tom Hall to talk about what drives his music and creativity.

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A Blue View
6:30 am
Tue February 4, 2014

Seafood: Watching What You Eat - 2/4/14

We’ve heard a lot about seafood fraud and why it is detrimental to consumers, but what’s being done about it?

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