Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Olszewski discusses school construction, budget issues and power of progress at TradePoint Atlantic

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Wide receivers coach Culley sees Duvernay’s role expanding after bye

"You’ve seen with some reverses and some quick passes that he’s done very well because he’s very good with the ball in his hands."

Marquise Brown on passing game: “We’re stopping ourselves”

The Ravens wide receiver is optimistic about getting the air attack going after the bye week.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Week 6 win at Philadelphia

Calais Campbell was the best player on the field in Philadelphia, but another veteran has come to life for the Baltimore defense.

How does local government really work?

No better place to get answers than to sit with those who run a municipality.

Don Mohler and Johnny Olszewski discuss the handoff of Baltimore County government and update our citizens on lots of current issues and potential solutions.

In this finale of a three-part discussion about making the lives of our population better and the role of the city and other counties to grow the region, Nestor Aparicio set two teachers up to discuss education, government and the power to make a better society. Lots of conversation here on school construction, budget deficits and progress on the east side of Baltimore County.

We’ll be back on a regular Monday, Wednesday and Friday release of the upcoming Baltimore Positive episodes and highly encourage you to subscribe through every podcast and social media channel you seek. Don Mohler also writes a weekly blog that this week invoked some old Jets and Colts references as our city was being attacked by the President of The United States as a place “no human would ever want to live.”

We live here. And we love it. And we’re going to make it better!

Now that we’re off of our summer vacation and ready for Ravens football and making Baltimore better, here’s our long-awaited upcoming calendar of events:

You will hear from Greater Baltimore Committee chairman Paul Tiburzi as our guest next week on Baltimore Positive!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9: U. S. Senator Chris Van Hollen joins us at State Fare in Catonsville at 9am for a breakfast chat

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15: Reverend Al Hathaway will join us for a crab cake at Faidley’s at Lexington Market at 11 a.m. (We will show him how to pick a crab, “Catonsville” style)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22: U.S. Senator Ben Cardin joins us at State Fare in Catonsville at 9am for a breakfast chat

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29: Legendary sports agent Ron Shapiro joins us for a crab cake at Faidley’s in Lexington Market at 11 a.m.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30: Former NAACP President Ben Jealous at State Fare in Catonsville at 9am for a breakfast chat

We want to thank all of our sponsors, supporters and friends who have allowed this Baltimore Positive platform and movement to become part of your lives and routine. And thank you for sharing our conversations with your community and world!

We also want to recognize the partnership at Center Maryland the Building Equity: Education Equity And Affordable Housing Conference for their support in being Baltimore Positive!

Hope to see you around Baltimore soon…

 

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