We hosted our regular feature City Paper This Week. Steiner Show producer Imani Spence talks with City Paper Editor in Chief Brandon Soderberg about the Big Music issue and understanding how music can help us deal with Donald Trump.
We hosted our regular feature City Paper This Week. Steiner Show Producer Imani Spence talked with Lisa Snowden McCray, Associate Editor and writer for City Paper, about her piece on Turner Station, where Henrietta Lacks grew up.
We close out the show with a very special interview with Dr. Carla Hayden, Chief Executive Officer of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, who will share the details of her City Paper New Year’s Resolution for 2015: A Library Card for Every Child.
In the latest installment of our feature “If You Were Mayor of Baltimore”, we’re talking New Year’s resolutions. Our panel of influential Baltimoreans discuss their hopes and aspirations for our city in 2015.
Our guests include: Dr. Lester Spence, Center for Emerging Media Scholar-In-Residence and Associate Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University; David Troy, CEO and co-founder at 410Labs, and creator ofMailstrom; and D. Watkins, writer and contributor to City Paper whose Salon story “Too Poor for Pop Culture” sparked a national conversation.
Baltimore City Paper Senior Editor Baynard Woods joins us to look at this week’s issue of the City Paper. It’s the annual People Who Died issue, which focuses on some of the members of our communities who passed away over the past year.
We look at this week’s issue of the Baltimore City Paper with City Paper Senior Editor Baynard Woods. This week’s issue is their Top Ten issue. We discuss their top ten lists and Baynard’s article on the shifting relationship between Baltimore protestors and police.
We close out the show with our weekly segment, City Paper This Week. In addition to Senior Editor Baynard Woods, photographer J.M. Giordano joins us to offer a preview of his exhibition, Struggle: Portraits of Civil Rights and Black Power, which opens Wednesday evening at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
We close out the show with our weekly feature, This Week In City Paper, with Senior Editor Baynard Woods. This week, the City Paper has a special feature on Camp 83, a homeless encampment in downtown Baltimore.
We take a look at “This Week in City Paper,” with Senior Editor Baynard Woods, including the 2013 Holiday Gift Guide and “IN THE RED ZONE: ESPN Zone employees, abruptly laid off three years ago, get meager payday.”
We take a look at this week’s City Paper, with Baynard Woods, Senior Editor. This week’s features include a look at homeless policy (“Gimme Shelter“) and a story about how police lied for Baltimore raid warrant to arrest an innocent man.
This week, we begin a weekly look at the Baltimore City Paper. We’re joined by the City Paper’s Senior Editor Baynard Woods for an update on what’s in this week’s issue. Please visit the Citypaper.com for more information.
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