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Roughly Speaking: Baltimore mayors race; update on HIV/AIDS treatments; Zurawik; fall soups

In this podcast:

- 1:24 - Sun reporter Luke Broadwater talks about candidates lining up to run for mayor in Baltimore City, and his recent story about seatbelt use in police vans.

- 13:34 - Dr. John Cmar from Sinai Hospital in Baltimore talks about the latest research and treatments for HIV/AIDS, including the recent announcement of a human vaccine trial at the University of Maryland's Institute of Human Virology.

- 38:28 - Sun media critic David Zurawik shares his thoughts on the movie, Truth, starring Robert Redford as CBS News anchor Dan Rather. Read his blog post about it.

- 53:05 - Donna Crivello, owner of Donna's cafes and coffee bars, talks about tasty, warm soups for cool, crisp fall days and tells you about a new restaurant she will open in 2016 in an old mill in Baltimore's Jones Falls Valley. Check out one of Donna's soup recipes here.

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