Challenge our resident food nerds by calling in and listing the leftovers in your fridge!
Henry Hong and John Shields join us again for Midday Eats, this time for our Midday Leftovers Challenge: WYPR listeners phone in four leftovers from their refrigerators and Henry and John come up with "adaptive reuse" for a fresh and exciting meal.
A conversation about the Baltimore start-up scene with the tech entrepreneur Greg Cangialosi, co-founder of the Blue Sky Factory email marketing company and CEO of the online event ticket merchant, MissionTix. Cangialosi is also co-founder of Betamore, a Federal Hill campus that encourages technology entrepreneurship, and the Baltimore Angels, a group of investors that helps fund area start-ups.
A few years ago, Slate staff writer Amanda Hess was on vacation when a friend alerted her to a series of threatening Tweets about rape and murder directed at her from the Twitter account "headlessfemalepig." Hess joins us to talk about her investigation into the matter, and to discuss gendered harassment in the Internet age.
A look at three education battles in Maryland. Dan talks with Liz Bowie, education reporter for The Baltimore Sun, about the controversial Common Core curriculum. Then: Harford County ExecutiveDavid Craigand Ryan Burbey of the Harford County Education Association, on what Burbey says is a dire lack of adequate school funding there.