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A debate about role of local media in improving Baltimore

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Who says you can never go home again?

In our fourth round of sit downs with local Baltimore Positive leaders in the community, Damian O’Doherty joins his fellow west sider Don Mohler and Dundalk’s Nestor Aparicio to discuss how the areas surrounding the city will be necessary for the re-invention of our downtown and beyond.

Back in Catonsville at State Fare, the leader of KO Public Affairs had a chunky discussion about the ways Baltimore can improve.

Damian O’Doherty’s career encompasses almost twenty years of experience in business, media, government and politics. His influence and creativity has impacted some of the country’s most prolific ventures, acquisitions, advertisements, and real estate developments.

This is Episode 11 – a lengthy debate among this trio about words, the city and the local media – with an additional segment with O’Doherty coming on Friday about the future of our city and its leadership.

Please join us this Thursday, May 30th as we welcome UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski to State Fare in Catonsville at 9 a.m.

All are invited to join us for breakfast and another substantive #BaltimorePositive chat.

 

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