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Inspiring learning and sharing the joy and power of discovery - that's Maryland Humanities.
 
Our Maryland believes in a more progressive Maryland. We believe that in order to affect progressive changes in public policy, we must first shift public opinion.As the state’s largest online progressive multi-issue education and advocacy organization, Our Maryland acts as a year-round communications hub that promotes progressive ideals and policies, organizes against conservative policies, and strives to hold our elected officials accountable. We're fighting for social justice, economic fai ...
 
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Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall and his guests are talking about what’s on your mind, and what matters most to Marylanders: the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at  midday@wypr.org
 
SociologistRay Speaking Truth to Power is hosted by Dr. Rashawn Ray. This podcast focuses on ways to build better race and gender relations by having candid conversations about racism, police-civilian relations, and men's treatment of women. Dr. Ray provides research, statistics, and policy solutions to promote civility and tolerance. Dr. Ray is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research at University of Maryland. He has written and appeared ...
 
a political podcast series from the aois21 podcast network, exploring the races that will shape the central Maryland counties of Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George's. Released monthly leading up to the 2018 midterm elections.
 
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The official podcast of Sagamore Racing. Horse racing and whiskey, the Sagamore way with Hunter Rankin and Brian Treacy.
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
MD EDITION MOTOR 4K29 is an editorial video feed for the Maryland motor enthusiasts, with short video segments that cover all aspects of the automotive realm. Stories about cars, trucks, and racing machines, giving a short glimpse at all the machines that transverse the countless roads and tracks.
 
Maryland's News Extra is WBAL NewsRadio 1090's weekly program highlighting the best moments of the week from Maryland's News Now with Bryan Nehman and Mary Beth Marsden and is hosted by award winning feature reporter and editor Scott Wykoff.
 
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Welcome to Talking Terps, home of the Internet's preeminent Terrapin podcast. We deliver news, analysis, trash talk and irreverence. Because Maryland will win.
 
The Mile after Mile podcast is created by and endurance athlete for to inspire other endurance athletes. The Mile after Mile podcast is inspiring interviews with everyday people doing amazing things in the world of endurance sports.
 
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Monday, April 22, is Earth Day, an annual day of demonstrations, actions, and workshops to raise public awareness about the environment, first observed in 1970. Have nearly 50 years of Earth Days helped move the needle when it comes to public concern about the environment? The existential crisis posed by climate change -- the warming of the ear ...…
 
It's Thursday, and Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck is back with another of her weekly reviews of the regional stage. Today, she spotlights the late Sam Shepard's 1978 play, Curse of the Starving Class, and the new production by Maryland Ensemble Theatre in Frederick.Shepard's dark comedy about the elusiveness of the American dream is set ...…
 
How is one partnership encouraging open and honest dialogue about faith and race? Drs. Felipe Filomeno & Tania Lizarazo – professors at University of Maryland, Baltimore County – talk about “Honest Conversations: Faith Community Dialogues on Immigration and Race.” The partnership between UMBC and the Latino Racial Justice Circle is funded with ...…
 
Last month alone, Americans were bothered by more than 5 billion robocalls -- computer-automated, unsolicited marketing or scam calls that are jangling our phones -- and our tempers -- with growing frequency. What can we do to win the war on robocalls? And what can Congress do to rein in the scammers? Joining us to explore these questions are W ...…
 
A warning to listeners who may be tuning in with young children: we will be talking about mature topics today on this edition of Midday Culture Connections.On today's Midday Culture Connections with Dr. Sheri Parks: pulling back the curtain on the insidious, hidden world of sex trafficking. Sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterp ...…
 
If we want to understand everyday life in early America we need to understand the everyday life of early American farms and farmers. Roughly three-quarters of Americans in British North America and the early United States considered themselves to be farmers. So how did early Americans establish farms and what were the rhythms of their daily liv ...…
 
For most of the past half-century, the Center for Science in the Public Interest has been on the front line of a campaign to improve food safety and nutrition in the United States. In 1990, the non-profit Center helped push Congress to pass the landmark legislation requiring standardized nutrition information labels on all food packages. It hel ...…
 
Today, a look at two museums in Baltimore with current exhibits that put a spotlight on individuals who are linked by their love of working with fabric, and the horrors of the Holocaust.Rebecca Hoffberger is the founder, director and principal curator of the American Visionary Art Museum. The AVAM exhibition “Esther and The Dream of One Loving ...…
 
Steve Ross joins me now. The New York Times has called him the “Crown Prince of New York Cabaret. He is known for his interpretations of the Great American Song Book, particularly the work of Noel Coward, George Gershwin and Cole Porter.He has performed around the world, and tonight he’ll be at the piano at Germano’s Piattini here in Baltimore. ...…
 
Today, a conversation about climate change -- and about what may have been our best opportunity to address climate change -- an opportunity that came and went decades ago.Tom's guest is Nathaniel Rich, the author of the new book “Losing Earth: A Recent History.” The book is an alarming critique of the decade between 1979 and 1989, when all the ...…
 
It's Thursday, and time again for our weekly visit with theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck and another of her reviews of the regional stage. Today, she tells us about Pantheon, the latest eclectic production from Happenstance Theater that's getting its world premiere at Baltimore's Theatre Project. In its new musical, the award-winning Happenstance ...…
 
How is Outward Bound using the humanities in its outdoor programming to enhance young people’s reflection, leadership skills, and more? Kelly Reynolds, Instructional Designer at Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound, talks about the organization’s Character Curriculum.
 
Today, it’s Midday on Money. With this season’s tax filing deadline fast approaching -- that’s by midnight this coming Monday, April 15, for you last-minute filers! – most Americans by now have encountered some of the biggest changes to the US tax code in more than three decades. Whether we wind up paying more taxes this year or less, planning ...…
 
The 439th Maryland General Assembly is in the history books. Legislators conducted business during the long final day of the session yesterday while mourning the loss of Speaker of the House Mike Busch, who succumbed to pneumonia on Sunday afternoon. Today, Tom unpacks which bills passed and which failed to prevail in the General Assembly. This ...…
 
When we think about colonial American history we think about the colonies of the English, the Dutch, the French, and the Spanish. Rarely do we think about the colonies of the Russians. And yet Russia had colonies in North America. Gwenn Miller, an Associate Professor of History at the College of the Holy Cross, joins us to investigate a history ...…
 
On today' show, Delegate Maggie Macintosh joins us with reaction to the passing of Maryland House Speaker, Michael Busch who died yesterday, one day before the 2019 General Assembly Session comes to a close. Later, as the leadership in Annapolis changes, what’s ahead for Baltimore City? This morning, the City Council unanimously called on Mayor ...…
 
To begin today's Midday on Music program, a conversation about the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the largest arts organization in the state of Maryland, and one of only 17 full-time orchestras in the United States. That means that the players of the BSO are hired for the full year, with the vacation and health benefits typical with most full-ti ...…
 
In Part I of today's Midday on Music program, we talked about some of the financial challenges the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is experiencing. In Part II of our program today, we're going to consider the unique challenges facing Baltimore's opera community. As expensive as it is to assemble and rehearse a world class symphony orchestra, it’s ...…
 
Part III of Midday on Music opens with a brief snippet from a comic opera by Derrick Wang, a work that the composer -- who is also a constitutional law scholar -- says was inspired by the friendship between two iconic figures in American history: Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the late Antonin Scalia, who passed away in 2016. Wa ...…
 
Today, on the April edition of Midday at the Movies, Tom puts the spotlight on director Jordan Peele's new horror-suspense flick, Us. Joining him in the studio are movie mavens Jed Dietz, the founding director of the Maryland Film Festival and Parkway Theater, and Elissa Blount Moorhead, a Baltimore filmmaker and creative partner at TGEN Film S ...…
 
How is a local organization providing an opportunity for young people to share their stories through film, and to publicly speak about their own work? Jessica Baroody-Saada, Events Manager at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Foundation Parkway Theatre/Maryland Film Festival, talks about the Baltimore Student Film Showcase.…
 
It's Thursday, and time for our regular studio sojourn with theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, who joins us every week with her reviews of the Maryland regional stage. Today, she tells us of Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's new production of Henry IV Part II, one of the Bard's major historical plays, and the repertory companion to Henry IV, Part I ...…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Ray discusses the watering down of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s rhetoric. Dr. Ray notes some of MLK's speeches that get overlooked due to their radical rhetoric. "America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked 'insufficient funds.'"-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Follow Dr. Ray on Twitter, ...…
 
It’s been two days since Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announced that she would be taking an indefinite leave of absence due to her “deteriorating health," according to a statement. She is recovering from pneumonia, and taking a leave of absence on the advice of her physicians. There are several elected officials advising her to resign altoget ...…
 
Once again, Baltimore is rocked by a scandal at the highest level of government. Mayor Catherine Pugh has begun an indefinite leave of absence, citing the need to recover from pneumonia, amid calls for her to resign permanently from officials in Baltimore and in Annapolis. New revelations about business dealings with the University of Maryland ...…
 
Before the English settled in Jamestown, Virginia in 1607 or the Dutch settled near Albany, New York in 1615, a group of French-speaking, Catholic settlers established a settlement in Nova Scotia in 1605. By 1755, nearly 15,000 Acadians lived in Acadia. Christopher Hodson, an Associate Professor of history at Brigham Young University and the au ...…
 
Two weeks ago, a controversial article appeared in the New York Times Magazine called “The Tragedy of Baltimore: How an American City Falls Apart.” It was written by longtime Baltimore resident and award winning journalist Alec MacGillis. The article painted a grim picture of our city and what we’ve been through in the years since the violence ...…
 
The music that opens this segment is a 16th century song called The Flowers of the Forest. It was written in memory of the thousands of Scottish soldiers who died in battle in 1513. To this day, this song is played when English or Canadian soldiers are killed in places like Afghanistan. This recording is the title cut on the latest CD from Ense ...…
 
On today's News Wrap, President Trump says he’s exonerated, and off the hook. Democrats in Congress don’t quite agree. Investigations on numerous fronts continue. The President has also moved to completely dismantle Obama Care by joining a legal action that would eliminate the law, and with it, some of its most popular provisions, like coverage ...…
 
Tom's guest today is the new Poet Laureate of Maryland, Grace Cavalieri. It would be selling her talents short if we only called her a “poet.” She has indeed published more than 20 books of poetry. But she has also written more two dozen plays, some of which have premiered here in Baltimore, and she’s penned text and lyrics for opera, TV and fi ...…
 
It's Thursday, and Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck join us with another of her weekly reviews of the Maryland regional stage. This week, she spotlights Small House, No Secrets, the new musical at Fells Point Corner Theatre, produced as part of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.Small House, No Secrets is a collaboration between the celebr ...…
 
Salisbury Mayor Jacob Day will soon announce the city’s first-ever Poet Laureate to coincide with the annual Salisbury Poetry Week, April 1 -7. Tara A. Elliott, Salisbury Poetry Week’s founder, tells us more about this year’s week of programming. Elliott is also an English and Language Arts Teacher at Salisbury Middle School. She received the C ...…
 
Today, a conversation about gerrymandering and the future of voting districts. Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in two gerrymandering cases – one from Maryland, the other from North Carolina.Here in Maryland, a group of Republican voters contend that the state’s 6th Congressional District was unfairly redrawn in 2011 to favor D ...…
 
The Kirwan Commission on education reform has recommended a re-ordering of our educational priorities. One of the central tenets of the Commission’s approach is to expand early pre-school for three and four year olds.The data on pre-k might surprise you. A Brookings Institution study argues that there is little correlation between pre-k and aca ...…
 
Historians use archives to create the histories we love to read, watch, and listen to. So we’re going into one archive to investigate how historians use them and to discover more about the religious lives of the Adams Family. Sara Georgini, Series Editor of The Papers of John Adams, invites us to join her inside the Massachusetts Historical Soc ...…
 
Last week, amid news reports of self-dealing by members of the board of directors of The University of Maryland Medical System (known as UMMS), the CEO of the system, Robert Chrencik, was placed on a leave of absence while the board hired an outside firm to conduct an audit of the System’s contracting practices and its conflicts-of-interest pol ...…
 
On today's News Wrap: the Mayor of Baltimore seems to think that witch hunts aren’t limited to the Trump administration. As developments in the ever-evolving saga of the University of Maryland Medical System continue to unfurl, Mayor Catherine Pugh is in the eye of the storm amid allegations of conflict of interest and self-dealing by her, and ...…
 
Now, time for some Old Time Music...that's the name for a family of traditional Appalachian folk music styles that will be featured at a brand new festival this weekend. The father-and-son musical duo, Ken and Brad Kolodner, have organized the first-ever Baltimore Old Time Music Festival this weekend at the Creative Alliance in East Baltimore. ...…
 
Politics & Policy Ep26: Progressive Legislation Update with Jimmy Tarlau by Our Maryland
 
It's Thursday, and Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom in the studio for another of her weekly reviews of the regional stage. Today, she spotlights Dinner with Friends, the 1999 Off-Broadway hit about friendship and marriage that won playwright Donald Magulies the 2000 Pultizer Prize for Drama. A new production of this popular play ...…
 
In last Sunday’s New York Time’s Magazine, Pro Publica reporter Alec MacGillis chronicles the strained relations between the police and impoverished communities since the 2015 uprising. The story paints a grim picture of our hometown. The cover is emblazoned with a title that is depressing and sobering: How an American City Falls Apart: The Tra ...…
 
Did you know that an article of clothing can be interpreted as a historical document? What can we learn about figures from Maryland’s past by looking at what they wore? Allison Tolman, Chief Registrar and Associate Curator of the Fashion Archives at the Maryland Historical Society, tells us more.
 
Michael Braverman, the Commissioner of the Baltimore City Department of Housing " Community Development, joins Tom today.Any conversation about housing in our city is a conversation about two Baltimores. There’s the Baltimore of downtown and the Inner Harbor, with its strong history of public and private investment, and the stable, majority-whi ...…
 
Last week, Michael Harrison became the fourth Baltimore City Police Commissioner to lead the troubled BPD in the past 14 months.Commissioner Harrison has spent the past month introducing himself to the people of Baltimore at community meetings. He comes to the BPD after nearly 30 years with the New Orleans Police Department, which he joined as ...…
 
Samuel Gray, James Caldwell, Samuel Maverick, Patrick Carr, and Crispus Attucks. These are the five men who died as a result of the shootings on Boston’s King Street on the night of March 5, 1770. Of these five victims, evidence points to Crispus Attucks falling first, and of all the victims, Crispus Attucks is the name we can recall. Why is th ...…
 
Today, another in our occasional series, Midday on Higher Education. From time to time, Tom sits down with the presidents of Maryland colleges and universities to talk about the challenges that each of their institutions face, and how those institutions are connected to the fabric of the communities in which they are located. Today, Tom’s guest ...…
 
An iconoclastic professor of literature at Oxford University named John Carey wrote a book a few years back called What Good Are the Arts? which examines, among other things, why people make a distinction between the so-called fine arts, and all the other kinds of arts. Are a pink flamingo on a lawn in Hampden and a Renaissance statue in the sc ...…
 
Four seasons ago, Baltimore's Everyman Theater launched an initiative called the “Salon Series: Women's Voices," a program that explores the work of women playwrights in informal staged readings, directed by the women members of the Everyman Resident Acting Company. On Monday night, March 18, the new Salon Series season begins with "What's Next ...…
 
Last August, Baltimore Center Stage announced the appointment of Stephanie Ybarra as its new Artistic Director. She succeeds Kwame Kwei Armah, who left to become the Artistic Director of the Young Vic Theater in London. Stephanie Ybarra comes to Baltimore after six years as the Director of Special Artistic Projects at the Public Theatre in New ...…
 
Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom for her weekly review of a regional theater production. Today, she spotlight the new production of Flyin' West now running at Arena Players in Baltimore, the oldest continuously operating African-American community theater in the United States.Flyin’ West is a historical drama by playwright Pearl ...…
 
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