Today, a conversation with Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis. In the 6 months since he was first appointed as interim commissioner, Davis has overseen a city -- and a police department – deep in turmoil over the death last April of Freddie Gray. Host Tom Hall talks with Commissioner Davis about the tensions between Baltimore police and the communities they're sworn to protect, and about what he's doing to rebuild public confidence in the city's law enforcement establishment.
Then, the hills are alive with the Hippodrome Theater’s production of The Sound of Music. The beloved story of the Von Trapp Family continues to thrill audiences with its Tony, Grammy and Academy Award-winning score. Our theater critic, J. Wynn Rousuck, has a review of the brand-new production of this timeless classic.