A conversation with Samuel Hoi, president of the Maryland Institute College of Art here in Baltimore, at the end of the his first year at the school. We’ll talk about the school’s role in the revitalization of Station North, and the role of art and artists in post-Freddie Gray Baltimore. We’ll also meet some accomplished MICA alumni, including a student whose video game is helping patients suffering from brain injuries. Plus, Rona Kobell of the Chesapeake Bay Journal breaks down the Supreme Court decision on Power Plants and talks about the environmental impact of Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to kill the Red Line project through Baltimore.