Thursday, March 4, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

COVID

Medical workers on frontline at GBMC, MedStar Health discuss a year of pandemic life for patients and caregivers

Whether you're a patient with routine medical needs or a mom having a baby, the past year of battling COVID has created complexity at local hospitals for everyone.

Finding your personal Patterson Park Pagoda in lieu of a diamond this spring

Longtime baseball insider (and cool musician) at The Washington Post Dave Sheinin joins Nestor to discuss the joys of writing about life in East Baltimore as the weather changes and the Orioles work on that zero point zero.

Next election race for Comptroller of Maryland begins as Bowie Mayor Tim Adams discusses candidacy and role

Bowie Mayor Tim Adams discusses vaccines for citizens and his background and candidacy for Maryland Comptroller in Prince George's County.

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Talking South Baltimore on the rise with new Councilwoman Porter

Want some hope for the future of the 10th District of Baltimore City? We found it with the newest council member Phylicia Porter, who found some common corners with Don Mohler in Edmondson Village and parts south.

Luke Broadwater: Trapped inside The Capitol and then investigating how it happened for the New York Times

Anyone from Baltimore is familiar with his work over the years. Luke Broadwater joins us from inside the U.S. Capitol to discuss the last few weeks of reporting on the insurrection from the inside.

Luke Broadwater of The New York Times talks from Capitol about insurrection and aftermath

Luke Broadwater of The New York Times talks from Capitol about insurrection and aftermath

Baltimore’s newest councilwoman Phylicia Porter talks vaccine and progress from the Southside

Baltimore's newest councilwoman Phylicia Porter talks vaccine and progress from the Southside

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of vaccine process is essential for health of our state

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of vaccine process is essential for health of our state

Putting the vaccine first in Annapolis

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of the vaccine process is essential for the health of our state and getting business and commerce back to normal again.
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