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ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & Wealth
12:07 pm
Tue July 22, 2014

Conversation Starters for Retirement

The Signal
10:08 am
Tue July 22, 2014

The Banjo’s Twisted History, The Washington Monument's Restoration, and Nick Sjostrom’s “I Am OK"

Banjo historians Pete Ross, Bob Winans, and Greg Adams, with a collection of mid-nineteenth-century banjos

The twisted history of the banjo in America; a visit to the Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place; and Nick Sjostrom’s album, “I am OK”

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. July 22, 1-2 p.m.
8:55 am
Tue July 22, 2014

The Lost Art of Dress

Linda Przybyszewski, author of "The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish," describes the fascinating history of American style, along with the do's and don'ts of modern wardrobe. Guest host Nikki Gamer

With production help from Midday intern Anna Muckerman

Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. July 22, 12-1 p.m.
8:51 am
Tue July 22, 2014

Unrest Abroad

Remains of the Malaysian plane shot down in Ukraine.

The latest on the ongoing violence in Israel-Palestine and the U.S. response to it. Plus, we'll look at the geopolitics involving last week's plane disaster that resulted in the deaths of nearly 300 passengers. Our guests: Middle East expert Kimberly Katz, associate professor of history at Towson University; and Max Hilaire, chair of the political science department at Morgan State University.

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Headlines
8:35 am
Tue July 22, 2014

Housing Child Immigrants, Waiver On Teacher Evaluations Extended, & Casino Construction Approved

Governor Martin O’Malley met with a group of Maryland faith leaders yesterday to try to come up with a way to shelter some of the Central American children who’ve been caught crossing the US Mexico border in recent months. The US Department of Education has agreed to extend its waiver on MD teacher evaluations for one year. The Prince George’s County Council has approved the construction of MD’s 6th casino. And more.

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Radio Kitchen #1243
10:26 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Heirloom Radishes and Carrots

July 22, 2014 - Radio Kitchen - Heirloom Radishes and Carrots
    
Our national celebration has just past, so it's a good time to consider the great heritage America's farms have bestowed upon us.  During this season of tomatoes, corn and watermelons, it's easy to overlook a pair of bit players in the summer, and that would be radishes and carrots.   But we've now started to see some heirloom varieties of these garden greats.

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A Blue View
10:09 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Seaside Wonders: Sea Stars and Urchins - 7/22/14

A common decorating theme for beach houses and shore hotels, sea stars, sand dollars and sea urchins signify summer vacation.

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The Morning Economic Report
10:02 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Air Passenger Traffic on the Rise - 7/22/14

Global air passenger traffic is doubling every 15 years, bringing more people to already congested airports and airplanes.  Over the past two decades, the average number of seats per flight has increased by 32 percent according to Airbus.  Flying can be uncomfortable, but certain airlines are taking steps to make their customers more comfortable, at least those that can afford a higher quality of service. 

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The Morning Economic Report
7:28 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Large Cities and Wealthy Nations - 7/21/14

There was a time when the largest cities of the world were primarily in wealthy nations.  Those cities were associated with plentiful job opportunities, drawing people to them.  In 1950, 20 of the world’s 30 largest cities were in nations deemed to be high income by the World Bank.  Back then, New York represented the largest urban area on the planet with 12.3 million residents.  Tokyo, with 11.3 million people, was second, and New York and Tokyo were the only areas with more than 10 million people. 

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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine
4:48 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Picnics and Cold Suppers

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