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The Morning Economic Report
6:09 pm
Sun March 2, 2014

The Morning Economic Report - 2/24/14

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Sun March 2, 2014

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5:57 pm
Sun March 2, 2014

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Baltimore Stories
3:09 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

The Last Ride Of The Old No. 8

The last streetcar to run in Baltimore was the No. 8 .  But by the time the car's run had been completed, so had the riders' dismantling of it!   

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What Are You Reading
2:14 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Shelley Puhak

Shelley Puhak

Tom talks with the poet Shelley Puhak. Her latest collection of poems is called Guinevere in Baltimore. She’s the Eichner Professor of Creative Writing at Notre Dame of MD University.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Fri. Feb. 28, 1-2 p.m.
9:48 am
Fri February 28, 2014

Midday on Film

The film 12 Years a Slave is up for Best Picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.

With the Oscars Sunday night, we consider this year’s Academy Award nominees with Midday critics Linda DeLibero and Christopher Llewellyn Reed.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Fri. Feb. 28, 12-1 p.m.
9:43 am
Fri February 28, 2014

The Midday Weekly Review

Baltimore city Director of Social Services Molly McGrath Tierney is resigning after heading up the dept. for seven years.

A look at the latest news stories of the region with the reporters and editors who covered them.

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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
9:00 am
Fri February 28, 2014

Bill to Shield Non-Violent Misdemeanors in the Legislature

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Sheilah Kast talks with Caryn York and Darryl McCallum

The Maryland legislature is considering a bill called the "Maryland Second Chance Act of 2014" (SB 0804, HB 1166) which would shield convictions for ten non-violent misdemeanors from the eyes of the public-including most employers. A path to a second chance, or an unfair restriction on employers?

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Maryland Morning
8:55 am
Fri February 28, 2014

The Cost of Health Disparities

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Sheilah Kast talks with Hopkins public health researcher Roland Thorpe.

Race can be a major predictor of how healthy you are, and what diseases you’ll get, and how much money you’ll make—or not make—over the course of your life.  A new study from the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that health disparities among African-American and Hispanic men cost the economy more than $450 billion dollars between 2006 and 2009.  Researchers looked at both the direct costs of medical care, as well as the indirect costs such as lower productivity.

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Maryland Morning
8:45 am
Fri February 28, 2014

Black History Beyond February 28th

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Tom Hall talks with Dr. Joanne Martin and Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead about Black History Month.
Today is the last day of Black History Month, and we wanted to find out: how has teaching about black history changed in recent decades?  What’s being taught—what’s not being taught, and how much do people of all races know and understand about the history and tradition of African Americans?

 

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