Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Baltimore Sun

Bridging the wide ideological gap after this partisan election in America

Barry Rascovar joins us for a look at why the two Americas made their decisions at the ballot box this week.

Barry Rascovar speaks to bridging the wide divide in the two politcal Americas

Barry Rascovar joins us for a look at why the two Americas made their decisions at the ballot box this week.

EPISODE 259: Rascovar says voter suppression is Republicans’ best strategy in November

A spirited conversation about the state of America during a pandemic and a toxic election season that begins with a President using official visits for campaign rallies and divisive messaging

EPISODE 253: Wood talks Sun furloughs and how Hogan is using his book on Presidential trail

The second part of a spirited chat with one of the finest journalists in Maryland

Is The Baltimore Sun worth saving?

Veteran local journalist Pamela Wood discusses her role at the newspaper and how politicians are held accountable by the work of local media.

EPISODE 252: Wood tells us why local newspapers are worth saving

The state of local journalism and the future of the country are at a crossroads

EPISODE 250: Pietila joins our neighborhood to discuss redlining, blockbusting and systemic racism

We waited a long time to have one of our favorite local authors and an authority on the history of Baltimore's urban woes

EPISODE 234: Jacobson of Save our Baltimore Sun discusses challenges and goal of saving local newspapers

The deadline is June 30th for a local group to get involved to turn our newspaper into a non-profit model that continues a tradition of excellence in reporting on significant local issues

Jacobson of Save our Baltimore Sun discusses challenges and goal of saving local newspapers

The deadline is June 30th for a local group to get involved to turn our newspaper into a non-profit model that continues a tradition of excellence in reporting on significant local issues

Broadwater takes us from Healthy Holly and City Hall to Congress

How did he find out that another Baltimore mayor was corrupt?
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