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Glass Mosaic, That Should Be a Word, and Poetry in Medicine

A visit with the artists behind the glass mosaic at the AVAM, Lizzie Skurnick previews her book, That Should Be a Word, and A conversation with poet and...

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Doctor Who, Mobtown Doulas, and Road Dogs

Fans attempt to explain the sci-fi universe of Doctor Who, we meet Mobtown Doulas Carla Paisley and Emily Leffler-Schulman, and transcontinental touring...

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The Secrets of the Greaser Hotel, The Dignity of Work, and Girl Problem Records

Author Jonathon Scott Fuqua takes us inside his book, The Secrets of the Greaser Hotel; a look at the photo book, Bodine’s Industry: The Dignity of Work...

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Bubu King Janka Nabay, Danielle Ariano’s “Getting over the Rainbow,” and Charm City Blues

The roller-coaster music career of Janka Nabay; Danielle Ariano, author of the memoir, Getting Over the Rainbow, on coming out to her family; and Matt...

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AmeriCorps at 20, When Night Unravels, and Illustrator David Plunkert

A radio profile of AmeriCorps service members at work around Maryland; music and conversation with ukulele songstress Victoria Vox; and artist David...

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Unlocking a Musical Mind, Letitia VanSant’s “Parts & Labor,” and Jason Tinney’s “Ripple Meets the De

James Burrows and Max Bent have created a catalogue of songs that offer insights into an autistic mind; music and conversation with Letitia VanSant; and...

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Dan Fesperman’s “Unmanned,” Gandharva Raja’s “August 29,” and Danuta Hinc’s “To Kill the Other”

A talk with Dan Fesperman about his drone-warfare novel, Unmanned; Gandharva Raja discusses his novel, August 29: How Kabir H Jain Became a Deity; and...

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Life after Russian Roulette; The Flying Eyes in South America; and Prince’s Rally for Peace Concert

Former undercover narcotics officer Michael B Kaminski talks about the moral perils of his career; a radio postcard from Baltimore rock band, The Flying...

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One Child for Another, Ad Hoc Fiasco, and Charm City Fringe

Nancy Murray’s adoption memoir, One Child for Another; the Ad Hoc Fiasco at the Wyman park Dell; and a ‘farmer’s market for the arts’ at Charm City Fringe

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Wendell Holmes & Brooks Long (June 2015)

Gospel blues legend Wendell Holmes and his apprentice, Brooks Long, share stories and songs on this special co-production of The Signal and Maryland...

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