In this podcast:
- 2:07: Liz Bowie, the Sun’s senior education reporter, talks about the reaction to Maryland Gov Larry Hogan’s decree that all public school systems start their academic year after Labor Day and end by June 15.
- 14:52: Paula Gallagher, Baltimore County librarian, reviews three books — one about “pseudocide,” or faking one’s death; an excellent memoir about going gluten-free and a first-time novel that takes us back to Steinbeck’s Cannery Row.
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