Baltimore Sun critic David Zurawik is back for another look at the latest television and media news. This time, we hear why David believes the Netflix dramedy "Lilyhammer" is the “future of television."
Do your kids go along with you when you shop for groceries? A new Hopkins study says that can be bad for your family's overall health. Pamela Surkan, the study's lead investigator at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, explains why. Also, we talk about supermarket trends and new stores in our region with Jeff Metzger, president of Columbia-based Best-Met Publishing Co., publisher of Food Trade News, Food World and the Mid-Atlantic Grocery Industry Directory.
What drives the insatiable curiosity of archeologists? Why do they spend weeks, sometimes months, in dangerous and far-off places, painstakingly searching for fragments of the past? Author Marilyn Johnson answers those questions in “Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble.”