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Since our first class came together in 1993, Leadership Maryland has provided a safe forum for local leaders to engage on the vital issues affecting our state and work to build solutions for real, actionable change. Now, we are bringing these dynamic conversations to the airwaves with our new podcast. Each month, our hosts welcome local business and community leaders from all sectors, industries, and geographic regions in Maryland to discuss the current trends and issues impacting how we wor ...
 
“The UMB Pulse” is a new podcast produced by the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s (UMB) Office of Communications and Public Affairs.Co-hosted by Charles Schelle, senior media relations specialist; Dana Rampolla, director of integrated marketing; and Jena Frick, senior media relations specialist, “The UMB Pulse” will help listeners stay up to date on changes and guidelines as we navigate our return to campus — a way to get back in touch with the heartbeat of UMB after more than a year of d ...
 
From iHeartRadio and TenderfootTV, ‘Monster: DC Sniper’ reinvestigates the beltway sniper attacks. This true crime podcast places the listener in Montgomery County, Maryland on October 2nd, 2002 when an unidentified sniper began randomly killing people going about their daily lives. Host Tony Harris traces what investigators, journalists and the public learned from the first shot until the last and ultimately asks the question: Does the person convicted of these crimes ever deserve a second ...
 
Join co-hosts Lee Mooney and Steve Zinner in conversations with some of the most colorful people and organizations with a connection to Harford County, Maryland … and beyond. Inspired by the spirit of "Main Street" and believing that everyone has a tale worth telling, we share stories from old-timers, newcomers, or even those who have moved on as they relate how living in or near Harford County has shaped their lives and identities.
 
In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland’s version of the Insanity Defense. Prosecutors contend that his attack was planned in a “calculating and methodical” manner because the paper wro ...
 
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is a division of the Maryland Department of Transportation, and one of the largest multi-modal transit systems in the United States. MTA operates Local and Commuter Buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway, Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) Train Service, and a comprehensive Paratransit (Mobility) system. MTA also manages the Taxi Access system, and directs funding and statewide assistance to Locally Operated Transit Systems (LOTS) in each of Maryland’s ...
 
Kickbacks here in Atlanta are social gatherings among friends where you play games, sip drinks & have interesting conversations. Tune in to our digital Kickback where we discuss politics, pop culture, sex, music and sports with an urban intellectual spin. Join our hosts every week: No Brakes Nu’, aka “The Righteous Ratchet”, retired self-made rapper from DC, JB Frank, aka “The Gangsta Geek”, a Maryland native & Harvard University graduate, & Melanie Dionne AKA “The Conscious Creep” a Marylan ...
 
Sponsored by the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes and Mount St. Mary's University. Catholic Town aims to highlight people, places, and movements that are spreading the Kingdom of God in the historic town of Emmitsburg, Maryland and beyond. Join us as we sit down with Catholic figures of all types, hear their stories, and get to the heart of what drives them.
 
Join Kojo and resident analyst Tom Sherwood on Fridays at noon for our weekly review of the politics, policies and personalities in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. Each week Kojo and Tom help make sense of legislation, hold elected officials accountable and provide in-depth analysis of local issues and elections. The Politics Hour is also a vital forum for Washingtonians to engage directly with their local leaders.
 
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In episode 13 of The Lobby, Ray Glendening, Founder and CEO of Scarlet Oak Strategies joins Damian to talk about his career path, and the perspective it's given him on political races in Maryland and elsewhere. Glendening also talks us through the road to opening his own firm, and the niche they've found in research and polling. Then, stick around …
 
Mike Kirby is the CEO and Co-Founder of Lumina Solar with headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland! He was born and raised in North Baltimore County in Parkton, Maryland. Over the college summers while attending University of Delaware him and his friend started a driveway sealing business that did well and they learned a lot. After college graduation he…
 
The first I Hate Politics Candidate Interview with former U.S. Education Secretary John King, who is now running for the governor of Maryland in a crowded field of Democrats. Rather than playing 20 questions usual for candidate forums, Sunil Dasgupta and John King talk in depth about education and equity in education. Music from Arlington singer-so…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman ’09 (LM), and guest host Eliot Pfanstiehl (LM) are joined by Eli Modlin ’19 (LM), Chief of Staff and Director of Government and Community Relations at Salisbury University. Eli and the hosts discuss how Salisbury University has navigated political, social, and COVID-19 issues, while faculty and staff have worked togeth…
 
Since Mike Locksley has taken over in College Park, Maryland has steadily risen into the top 25 of the team recruiting rankings. The one problem, the on-field results are still missing. Now entering his third season, it's time for the Terps to transfer their increase in talent into wins during the season. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Jeff Ermann Follow…
 
In this episode, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr., discusses his decision not to run for Governor and instead seek reelection. We also hit on the topics of housing, education, equity, and his prolonged stint as a prominent local DJ! You won't want to miss his unpopular benign opinion, even though it technically has to do with food.…
 
The Good Guys have challenged you to a Tomatometer POp Quiz. Fresh? Rotten? Organic? Metal endoskeleton cloaked in tomato flesh? The Good Guys: Regan, Rob, and Ryan Producer: Eric 'e0n' Chung Engineers: Regan & Eric Social Media Strategist: @syndicatepoogie Trailer Music and FX courtesy of Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Could You Please Repeat Your D…
 
Inspired by political economist Albert O. Hirschman’s groundbreaking work, Sunil Dasgupta talks with epidemiologist Katie Schenk and recently retired schoolteacher Valerie Coll about the decline in public health and education as public institutions and as professions. Very local news including on I-270 toll lanes. Music from Washington DC and Balti…
 
Super Producers - Dawkins & Dawkins : Their Sizzling Gospel Single : Titled : In My FeelingsBrothers Anson and Eric Dawkins began their gospel performing careers as children, teaming with their mother in a trio that appeared at revivals headlined by their father, a Pentecostal preacher. As teens, Eric also learned piano, while Anson studied drums a…
 
Chanel E. Martin is an award-winning technology entrepreneur, author, publisher, & digital marketer. Chanel teaches business owners how to fund, increase exposure, and build dynamic brands with specialized online training, books, and in-person events. Chanel is also the founder of Media Startup, Beyond The Book Media - where she helps brands, small…
 
It's another live edition of "The Hair Radio Morning Show".. Smooth Black AKA Troy Ballard joins us LIVE from Southern California at 8:30am Eastern, 7:30am Central. And mid-show around 7am we will be sharing memories about our former co-host Charmin who recently departed.By Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
 
Join The Good Guys as they begin their final approach towards the LANDMARK 52nd episode of the weekly COisG. Open your mind and take an ego trip with The Good Guys! The one where The Good Guys watch Total Recall The Good Guys: Regan, Rob, and Ryan Producer: Eric 'e0n' Chung Engineers: Regan & Eric Social Media Strategist: @syndicatepoogie Trailer M…
 
Deana Williams, longtime resident of Lr, AR was reared in the Delta. She is the second of six children born to both the late James and the late Delores Williams. By 12 y/o, Deana and her five siblings were deemed orphans/wards of the court; they were never formally adopted. Misfortune, uncertainty, pain and abuse became her norm. Confronted with ov…
 
The families of victims and shooting survivors react as the jury delivers its decision. You’ll hear from the chief prosecutor and the families sharing emotional comments outside the courthouse in Annapolis just minutes after the verdict. It’s a moment they’ve waited for more than three years. You’ll also learn about the fight some of the victims vo…
 
We're going to have 4 special guests on our Radio Show today@7pYou don't want to miss this episode because it's going to move you from riveting testimony of how God's power moved mountains for Evangelist Marilyn Thomas & Apostle/Author Giselle Johnny, author of, "Don't abort your purpose!"Also, Pastor Tia Kitson and Minister Naiomi Johnny will bles…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
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