The podcast's critics join Dan for a loook back at the cinema of 1967, a year that many film historians consider groundbreaking, even revolutionary.
Former director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy Michael Botticelli says Trump can't have it both ways — advocating more treatment for drug addiction while calling for repeal of the ACA.
Michael Botticelli, former director of drug policy in the Obama administration, on Sun podcast
Dan begins a series of interviews with candidates for governor, sitting down with Jim Shea, former chairman of the largest law firm in Maryland.
It is hard to imagine the end of professional football — the big stadiums in Baltimore and other cities used for something else (soccer matches, concerts, giant flea markets), and the hyper-commercial machine of the National Football League left for scrap, like the wreckage of massive spaceships...
Sports columnist Peter Schmuck and film critic Linda DeLibero join Dan on the podcast.
In his political history of Baltimore, Matt Crenson observes that the Queen City of the Patapsco Drainage Basin faced major obstacles during its early development that likely contributed to a kind of municipal inferiority complex. “History endows places with personalities,” writes Crenson, professor...
A look at Trump and the press, and the state of truth and knowledge, with culture critic Sheri Parks and veteran journalist Arnold “Skip” Isaacs.