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NEW YORK — If someone told you of a barnstorming TV host who interviewed people around the country about a given subject, you'd say it sounds like a lot of the road-trip reality series that have proliferated on cable TV. But what if that host...
Theater "War Horse": This Broadway import, appearing at the Broward Center Tuesday through May 19, examines the bond between humans and horses with robust storytelling and deft puppetry. Adapted from British author Michael Morpurgo's young-adult novel,...
The Baltimore SunTechnical difficulties, as they euphemistically say in broadcasting, left some NPR affiliates like Baltimore's WYPR scrambling Monday morning. WYPR confirmed that it had problems with the National Public Radio feed Monday. WTMD General Manager Steve...
Tags: BBC, Radio, Entertainment
Ever wonder what cicadas taste like? Outside the Western world, insects are considered an accepted food source for people. "If you travel to places like Thailand or Vietnam, you'll see food carts that have fried insects," said Dan Nortman, entomologist...
Tags: Shrimp, Recipes, Radio, Allergies, York County (Virginia)
Instead of probing how other media outlets are doing their jobs, CNN media critic Howard Kurtz spent a big chunk of his Sunday morning show "Reliable Sources" being questioned about his own work. Kurtz took heat last week for a piece he wrote for the...
In the stop-and-go world of Baltimore-area traffic, there's a lot more braking than commuters and transportation officials would like. Take Russell Allen, a Federal Hill resident who gets in his silver Ford Edge every weekday morning before 7:30 and...
NEW YORK -- At about 8 p.m. Thursday night, as moviegoers around the country were lining up to see “Iron Man 3,”an assuredly smaller group was gathering at 600 North American theaters for the live-cinema simulcast of the popular NPR game...
The MAVEN spacecraft is leaving for Mars in November. Along with scientific gear and advanced communication technologies, it will be bringing along some poetry. It could be yours. NASA launched -- or, rather, opened -- the poetry contest on Wednesday....
Tags: Poetry, Google+, NASA, NASA Mars Exploration Program
Staff writerA Baltimore broadcaster will become president and general manager of WMFE-FM after a national search, the public radio station announced Thursday. LaFontaine Oliver has held a similar position at WEAA-FM since 2007. He will start at WMFE late this month....
In mid-April, ten teams participated in a competition to develop newsgames at Editors’ Lab New York, a hack-a-thon organized by the Global Editors Network and The New York Times. Combining the fantastical and playful aspects of gaming with hard...
Kermit Gosnell. There. As the case against the Philadelphia abortion doctor accused of gruesome acts of murder in his filthy clinic goes to the jury this week, I have at last mentioned his name in my column. Have I previously been complicit in the...
As critics of Martin O'Malley sensed a new political vulnerability, the governor insisted Tuesday that last week's indictment of inmates and correctional officers at the Baltimore City Detention Center was "a positive achievement" in Maryland's fight...
Tags: Andrew Cuomo, Executive Branch, Politics, Government, Elections
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