November 10, 2015 - Segment 2 - We host a panel of contributing writers to a special edition of the local publication, Urbanite Magazine's Baltimore Uprising Edition, with Lawrence Lanahan, freelance journalist; Dave Duddley, co-Editor of the Urbanite; Dr. Helena Hicks, retired state employee and college professor and Olu Butterfly, poet and part of Afrikan Youth Alchemy.
November 26, 2013 - Hour 1 - We discuss what it means to live on a diverse block in a city that's still very divided along racial lines, as we follow-up on an article that Joan Jacobson wrote in the Urbanite magazine "The Color Line," and talk with residents who have made their homes on a diverse block on East Baltimore Street in the Patterson Park neighborhood.
Peter will be discussing the new book that he co-authored with former Baltimore Sun reporter Patrick A. McGuire, Tapping into the Wire: The Real Urban Crisis. The book, which includes an interview with The Wire creator David Simon, examines urban policy and public health issues affecting cities across the nation.
For someone born in 1879, Margaret Sanger has been making a lot of headlines recently. As a pioneer of the movement to make birth control legal and accessible, and the founder of the organization that became Planned Parenthood, Sanger's work has been thrust into the limelight as the modern fight over birth control and abortion access heats up.
This week on Sound Bites on Delmarva, we listen back to a panel discussion held earlier this month at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in partnership with Urbanite Magazine about the film “FoodStamped,” a documentary about nutri
Today on the Steiner show, we're featuring one of our Urbanite Radio Stories. Tonight we are talking electric cars with Jill Sorenson, Director of the Baltimore-Washington Electric Vehicle Initiative (BEVI); and Mahi Reddy, Founder and CEO OF SEMACONNECT.
She's an author, an actress, a comedienne and a director. Rain Pryor joins us for a conversation about her newest project, the play Well, currently showing at the Strand Theater. Well can be seen at the Strand Theater from June 1- 16, 2012.