Roughly Speaking: DeRay Mckesson runs for mayor, a salute to the Coen Brothers canon, an alternative to the war on drugs (episode 46)

In this podcast:

  • 2:23: David Zurawik comments on social media, politics and DeRay Mckesson's entry into the Baltimore mayoral race.

  • 26:21: Book critic Paula Gallagher reviews "one of the most intriguing new novels of the year."

  • 29:27: Film critics Chris Reed and Linda DeLibero review the new Coen brothers film, "Hail, Caesar."
  • 1:03:43: Dan Morhaim, doctor and Maryland delegate, offers a bold and controversial plan to tackle drug abuse.

  • 1:26:01: Dr. John Cmar provides a primer on the Zika virus.

 

 


 

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