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Before you shop for the makings of a Thanksgiving feast, we offer some tips from three experts who've been guests on Roughly Speaking.
Dan makes a return trip to the home of Downing Kay, who was born Nov. 23, 1907. She is most likely Maryland's oldest citizen. A long life, it's still going strong.
Baltimore-based psychologist John Gartner is a leader of a group of mental health professionals called Duty To Warn. They seek to have Trump’s cabinet invoke the 25th Amendment, which lays out the procedure for removing a president who is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office."
The Sun's media critic David Zurawik talks about Sean Hannity's role as a shill for President Trump.
As results start to come in from polling places across Maryland and across the country, Dan Rodricks spends a few minutes with Sun reporters and editors covering the 2018 midterm elections.
Editorial page editor Andy Green reviews a week of developments that rocked the University of Maryland, College Park.
New England has creamy clam chowder. Manhattan has its own version of clam chowder. Why not chowder up the Chesapeake blue crab?
Do Donald Trump's constant harangues against the news media, and CNN specifically, pose, in the present climate, a clear and present danger? The Sun's media critic, David Zurawik, talks about Trump's belligerent rhetoric and its effect on the press and the country.
It's the Roughly Halloween special, to get you in the mood with movies and music.
Baltimore Sun reporter Kevin Rector spent some time this past summer taking a deep look at the proposal to build a multibillion-dollar, magnetic levitation train (or Maglev) system along the Northeast Corridor of the United States. Kevin’s reporting on Maglev took him to Japan.
If Baltimoreans spent even more time in the Pratt branches — and, even better, if people from the suburbs joined them there — we might have a more civil, less polarized country. That's an argument sociologist Eric Klinenberg has been pushing for a healthier, less isolated and angry society.
What to do, if anything, about the boys and young men who offer to wash windshields at busy intersections? On the show today: Wrapping up a week of squeegee news with Sun reporter Yvonne Wenger and reflections on the poor in our midst with American culture commentator Sheri Parks.