One in four Baltimore residents lives in a so-called food desert -- a place without easy access to healthy, nutritious food. The Reverend Heber Brown, a pastor and social justice activist, is helping to solve that problem. He joins Tom to talk about the Black Church Food Security Network, which gets good food from local farmers into the hands of city residents.
Plus, a conversation about how our relationships with our siblings evolve as we get older. Geoffrey Greif and Michael Woolley have written a book about adult brothers and sisters, love and loyalty, complications and consequences.
Then, Dr. Skipp Sanders, who has just stepped down as the director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, talks with Tom about the unique role the museum plays in Baltimore’s cultural life.
And Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck has a review of the all-female production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, at Baltimore’s Center Stage.