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A big thank you to NPR  for welcoming a small group of our members this past week for a tour of their amazing headquarte...
12/08/2022

A big thank you to NPR for welcoming a small group of our members this past week for a tour of their amazing headquarters in Washington, DC. We met Juana Summers, one of the hosts of All Things Considered, and Edith Chapin, the Interim Senior Vice President for News. We also got to take a peak at Bob Boilen's desk, the NPR award shelf, the bees 🐝 NPR has on their roof and green roof! Consider making a donation to join the fun at wypr.org/socialdonate 😄

Baltimore City Fire Department leaders blamed inflation, stagnant budgets and supply chain issues for keeping five of it...
12/08/2022
Fewer fire trucks are on Baltimore City streets as inflation tightens the budget

Baltimore City Fire Department leaders blamed inflation, stagnant budgets and supply chain issues for keeping five of its trucks off city streets, which reduces the fleet by 30%, officials told a Baltimore City Council committee on Wednesday.

Department officials say the lack of fire trucks has not affected response times; firefighters still arrive in less than five minutes for 80% of calls for service. But fire department leadership and union representatives warned that the lack of proper equipment could lead to issues down the road.

The Baltimore City Fire Department is down five trucks and won't likely replace its fleet anytime soon officials told Baltimore City Council leaders.

12/07/2022

ICYMI: Long COVID — with symptoms that linger for months like brain fog, dizziness or heart palpitations — may affect two to 10 percent of children who have been infected with COVID, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

On the Record talked with high school student Lucas Denault about his recovery from long COVID.

Listen about his experience below, and check out the full episode here: https://bit.ly/3h2DGHx

About 42% of kindergarteners across Maryland are considered academically ready for the classroom this year. That’s an im...
12/07/2022
Good news? More Maryland kindergarteners are ready for school. Bad news? It’s not nearly enough

About 42% of kindergarteners across Maryland are considered academically ready for the classroom this year. That’s an improvement on the statewide Kindergarten Readiness Assessment when only 40% were academically prepared last year, Maryland State Board of Education data shows.

But not nearly enough children are academically prepared for those statistics to be considered successful. Officials discussed the data during the Maryland State Board of Education meeting on Tuesday.

The Maryland State Board of Education shared a statewide assessment of kindergarteners which showed a slight increase in school readiness for young learners but not enough improvement to surpass pre-pandemic levels.

Pediatric medications are not easily found on store shelves across Maryland when parents need relief for sick children t...
12/06/2022
Why children's medications are in short supply in Maryland pharmacies when parents need it the most

Pediatric medications are not easily found on store shelves across Maryland when parents need relief for sick children the most, during an unusual cold and flu season. Even behind the pharmacy counter with a doctor’s authorization, parents say they are hunting for some medications at several retailers to no avail.

All of this is happening when the state has some of the highest rates of pediatric illnesses in recent years, particularly with the outbreak of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, otherwise known as the common cold that’s been sending children to hospitals overwhelmed by the influx.

𝘏𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘵𝘩𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘤𝘰𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘢𝘨𝘦 𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 𝘱𝘰𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘣𝘭𝘦 𝘣𝘺 𝘴𝘶𝘱𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮
GBMC - Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Baltimore parents say they are scrambling to find antibiotics and respiratory relief drugs during an unusual cold and flu season.

It takes all of us to ensure that the trustworthy information that strengthens our democracy continues to thrive. When y...
12/06/2022

It takes all of us to ensure that the trustworthy information that strengthens our democracy continues to thrive. When you support WYPR you are uplifting your community. Remember, it takes all of us to build the future we want. Consider making a donation today at wypr.org/socialdonate ❤️

12/05/2022

As Baltimore County Council and Baltimore County's Executive Johnny Olszewski are sworn in today, listen below for what are his likely priorities in the coming year, or read about them here: https://bit.ly/3UvCPgf

The WYPR Holiday Shop closes in ONE WEEK. We have t-shirts, puzzles, socks, pet goodies and more! Perfect gifts for you ...
12/04/2022

The WYPR Holiday Shop closes in ONE WEEK. We have t-shirts, puzzles, socks, pet goodies and more! Perfect gifts for you and your public radio nerd bestie ❤️ wypr.org/holidayshop Physical gifts not your thing? Make a donation in honor of someone at wypr.org/socialdonate 😁

12/04/2022

Getting ready to watch the Baltimore Ravens today? Here's a reason to celebrate them, win or lose.

Check out the full episode from The Maryland Curiosity Bureau here: https://bit.ly/3B5VgBd

This week on The Stoop Storytelling Series Podcast, two tales of finding grace and strength in a time of profound suffer...
12/04/2022
Beyond the Pale

This week on The Stoop Storytelling Series Podcast, two tales of finding grace and strength in a time of profound suffering.

𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘱𝘰𝘥𝘤𝘢𝘴𝘵 𝘪𝘴 𝘥𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘳𝘪𝘣𝘶𝘵𝘦𝘥 𝘣𝘺 𝘠𝘰𝘶𝘳 𝘗𝘶𝘣𝘭𝘪𝘤 𝘚𝘵𝘶𝘥𝘪𝘰𝘴.

This week on the podcast, two tales of finding grace and strength in a time of profound suffering.

Once a year on The Weekly Reader, Lisa Morgan and Marion Winik like to change gears and focus on the local literary scen...
12/03/2022
Local Authors Showcase 2022

Once a year on The Weekly Reader, Lisa Morgan and Marion Winik like to change gears and focus on the local literary scene. So many great Baltimore authors published in books 2022!

Here are just a few we hope you enjoy:

A sampling of some of the great books published this year by local authors!

WYPR and WTMD donated 3,000 pairs of socks to The Franciscan Center of Baltimore ! Thanks to our partnership with Sock C...
12/03/2022

WYPR and WTMD donated 3,000 pairs of socks to The Franciscan Center of Baltimore ! Thanks to our partnership with Sock Club we matched each pledge from our Fall Membership Campaign with a sock donation. Here are some pictures from our team walking over the boxes of socks!

In this post:
Carolyn Jewell (Director of Development) shakes hands with Derrick Purcell, the Culinary Director for The Franciscan Center.

Aaron Henkin (Senior Producer), Holly Henson (Membership Manager), Melissa Gerr (Senior Producer for On The Record) and Carolyn Jewell bring boxes inside The Franciscan Center with Derrick Purcell.

Carolyn Jewell carries a box in the parking lot of WYPR.

Sheilah Kast (Host for On The Record), Aaron Henkin and Holly Henson help bring Derrick Purcell boxes.

Luke Spicknall (Director of Operations) and Andy Bienstock (On-Air Host) push a cart of boxes in the WYPR alley.

Teria Rogers (Supervising Producer for Midday), Andy Bienstock and Sheilah Kast wave while the socks go inside to their new home.

WYPR and WTMD donated 3,000 pairs of socks to  ! Thanks to our partnership with Sock Club we matched each pledge from ou...
12/03/2022

WYPR and WTMD donated 3,000 pairs of socks to ! Thanks to our partnership with Sock Club we matched each pledge from our Fall Membership Campaign with a sock donation. Here are some pictures from our team walking over the boxes of socks!

In this post:
Carolyn Jewell (Director of Development) shakes hands with Derrick Purcell, the Culinary Director for The Franciscan Center.

Aaron Henkin (Senior Producer), Holly Henson (Membership Manager), Melissa Gerr (Senior Producer for On The Record) and Carolyn Jewell bring boxes inside The Franciscan Center with Derrick Purcell.

Carolyn Jewell carries a box in the parking lot of WYPR.

Sheilah Kast (Host for On The Record), Aaron Henkin and Holly Henson help bring Derrick Purcell boxes.

Luke Spicknall (Director of Operations) and Andy Bienstock (On-Air Host) push a cart of boxes in the WYPR alley.

Teria Rogers (Supervising Producer for Midday), Andy Bienstock and Sheilah Kast wave while the socks go inside to their new home.

It’s a not-so-secret weapon that gives the Baltimore Ravens their home field advantage: Baltimore’s Marching Ravens are ...
12/03/2022
Who Are The Marching Ravens?

It’s a not-so-secret weapon that gives the Baltimore Ravens their home field advantage: Baltimore’s Marching Ravens are a massive musical hype machine that brings hometown crowds to their feet with the Ravens Fight Song. They’re more than a hundred members strong. Their halftime show is a spectacle of uniform precision. And their musicianship is awe-inspiring.

But who are these people? How did this band come to be? And is it true that they helped save football in Baltimore?

Find out on the latest episode of The Maryland Curiosity Bureau . Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts.

They have day jobs, they play for fun, and they might well have saved football in Baltimore.

On the latest episode of Local Color, Baltimore rapper and singer Beth Banger talks channeling her inner “fire sign” to ...
12/02/2022
Rapper and Singer Beth Banger

On the latest episode of Local Color, Baltimore rapper and singer Beth Banger talks channeling her inner “fire sign” to bring listeners fresh and engaging music and lyrics. Her most recent project, It Girl, completes a trifecta of albums that were made during pivotal moments in her life.

Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts.

Local Color is hosted and produced by Jason V. and is distributed by Your Public Studios.

Baltimore rapper and singer Beth Banger discusses her most recent project, It Girl.

The Maryland Society for Educational Technology, a membership organization focused on improving teaching-learning proces...
12/02/2022
Video games in the classroom? Some Prince George's County teachers say yes

The Maryland Society for Educational Technology, a membership organization focused on improving teaching-learning processes with technology, hosted a webinar on gamifying learning on Wednesday night.

Gamifying is when subjects like math, science or history are taught through the lens of a game. The technique often promotes creativity, collaboration, problem-solving skills, student engagement, and STEM skills.

The Maryland Society for Educational Technology wants to see more educators take advantage of video games like Minecraft in the classroom to keep students engaged.

WYPR's Education Reporter Zshekinah Collier wants to hear from you!Are you a parent, student or community member with ex...
12/01/2022

WYPR's Education Reporter Zshekinah Collier wants to hear from you!

Are you a parent, student or community member with experiences in local schools? She's digging into the $3.9 billion Blueprint for Maryland’s Future and how it’s changing education.

Connect with her: [email protected]

Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott has vetoed a bill that would have made city elected officials eligible for pension be...
12/01/2022
Baltimore mayor vetoes city council pension eligibility bill fast-tracking benefits for officials

Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott has vetoed a bill that would have made city elected officials eligible for pension benefits after serving eight years in office. The current requirement is 12 years.

Scott said in his veto message that because the charter amendment doesn’t go into effect until December 2024 there is “no true urgency to act at this time.”

Baltimore City Council members voted in favor to shorten the years of service required to become eligible for pension benefits in response to voter's approval of term limits.

11/30/2022

WYPR's newsroom is embarking upon a new series, Climate Change in Your Backyard. Join us on this journey as we learn about how climate change is affecting Maryland communities across the state.

In Baltimore County, we visited Turner Station, a historically Black community threatened by worsening floods. Listen to local residents explain what it's like to deal with flooding as sea levels rise due to climate change, and read the full story here: https://bit.ly/3VHQ5Q3

The Montgomery County Council took a step toward an all-electric future Tuesday, unanimously passing a measure to requir...
11/30/2022
Montgomery County approves near ban of fossil fuels in new buildings

The Montgomery County Council took a step toward an all-electric future Tuesday, unanimously passing a measure to require new buildings to be nearly all-electric by 2026.

The county, with a population of 1.1 million, joins Washington, D.C., New York City and other jurisdictions which are moving to reduce the use of fossil fuels responsible for climate change.

Montgomery County Council members voted in favor of all-electric building standards for new construction and major renovation projects starting in 2026.

GivingTuesday is almost up! As you’re thinking about which organizations to support, think about the many ways WYPR enha...
11/30/2022

GivingTuesday is almost up! As you’re thinking about which organizations to support, think about the many ways WYPR enhances your understanding of what’s happening in your neighborhood and around the world. Take that extra step and make a donation today to keep us going. Already a member? Consider making an additional gift— WYPR is counting on you. Go to wypr.org/socialdonate

How many can you cross off? It's GivingTuesday! Knock out some more of the WYPR bingo board today by donating
11/29/2022

How many can you cross off? It's GivingTuesday! Knock out some more of the WYPR bingo board today by donating

Today is GivingTuesday! It is a day focused on giving to non-profits that make a difference in your life.  When you give...
11/29/2022

Today is GivingTuesday! It is a day focused on giving to non-profits that make a difference in your life. When you give to WYPR right now, your contribution helps us train the next generation of public media journalists, like Zshekinah Collier. Zshekinah joined us as a Report for America corps member covering education. Donating helps make the partnership between WYPR and Report for America possible! Make future stories happen with a gift at wypr.org/socialdonate

It's GivingTuesday! Consider making a donation to WYPR today to support the future of journalism and public radio in Bal...
11/29/2022

It's GivingTuesday! Consider making a donation to WYPR today to support the future of journalism and public radio in Baltimore. When you donate you are showing that you value independent and local journalism. Already a member? Consider making an additional gift! Let's build the future together. Go to wypr.org/socialdonate

11/28/2022

You have now entered the WYPR multiverse....We have a lot of digital focused content on our website and beyond! Consider donating today at wypr.org/socialdonate to keep us going through the matrix. And remember! Our Holiday Shop is live until Dec 11th! wypr.org/holidayshop ❤️

Dr. Mileah Kromer of the Sarah T. Hughes Center for Politics at Goucher College joined Midday to discuss her new book, "...
11/27/2022
"Blue-State Republican": Mileah Kromer's New Look at Larry Hogan

Dr. Mileah Kromer of the Sarah T. Hughes Center for Politics at Goucher College joined Midday to discuss her new book, "Blue-State Republican: How Larry Hogan Won Where Republicans Lose and Lessons for a Future GOP," which examines Gov. Larry Hogan's unlikely political career.

The Goucher Poll director, professor and political pundit discusses her probing new analysis of Maryland's improbably successful, two-term Republican governor, as the 2024 presidential season beckons.

Composer Kali Malone transforms the spartan musical language of minimalism through unusual tunings and reframing sacred ...
11/27/2022
Kali Malone (Big Ears Festival Performer)

Composer Kali Malone transforms the spartan musical language of minimalism through unusual tunings and reframing sacred sounds like pipe organ and choir.

On this episode of Essential Tremors , she discusses how My Bloody Valentine, Hindustani classical music, and Josquin des Prez shapes her art.

Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts.

Essential Tremors is produced by Matt Byars and Lee Gardner and distributed by Your Public Studios.

Composer Kali Malone discusses how My Bloody Valentine, Hindustani classical music, and Josquin des Prez shaped her art.

11/26/2022
Your Public Radio - Content Director

Your Public Radio is looking for a Content Director to advise, envision, plan, direct and develop programming activities of Baltimore’s NPR News station WYPR and AAA station WTMD.

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Today is Small Business Saturday! Comment below how you are celebrating 👀 Here are some of the small businesses that WYP...
11/26/2022

Today is Small Business Saturday! Comment below how you are celebrating 👀 Here are some of the small businesses that WYPR works with! Consider joining WYPR this season by selecting something from the Holiday Shop (PSST...a lot of the gifts are sourced from local businesses!) Just head to www.wypr.org/holidayshop ❤️

The WYPR Holiday Shop is BACK! From November 25th through December 11th you can access all our fun public radio swag jus...
11/25/2022

The WYPR Holiday Shop is BACK! From November 25th through December 11th you can access all our fun public radio swag just in time for the end of the year.

We have everything— pet gear, puzzles, socks and more! Physical gifts not your thing? Consider making a donation for that public radio nerd in your life. Head to www.wypr.org/holidayshop to become a member and knock some things of your holiday wish list!

Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours! We are grateful for your support an...
11/24/2022

Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours! We are grateful for your support and we look forward to bringing you more of the programming that you love this holiday season! ❣️ In this picture we have Berlinda Recacho, Holly Henson, Zshekinah Collier, Linda Talley, Carolyn Jewell and Kristen Mosbrucker at the WYPR friends-giving!

The Maryland Health Department launched an online tracking tool so residents can stay informed about how severely RSV is...
11/23/2022
Maryland health department data shows RSV hospitalizations statewide

The Maryland Health Department launched an online tracking tool so residents can stay informed about how severely RSV is hitting state hospitals.

The current hospitalization rate is 3.5 people per 100,000 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That rate is highly concentrated in children ages 0 to 4, with 45 per 100,000 with RSV ending up in the hospital.

𝘏𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘵𝘩𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘤𝘰𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘢𝘨𝘦 𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 𝘱𝘰𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘣𝘭𝘦 𝘣𝘺 𝘴𝘶𝘱𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮
GBMC - Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Hundreds of people have been hospitalized by RSV across Maryland, according to recently released state health department data.

WYPR's Director of Development, Carolyn, is donating her car and so can you! It's easy, just head to to www.wypr.org/veh...
11/23/2022

WYPR's Director of Development, Carolyn, is donating her car and so can you! It's easy, just head to to www.wypr.org/vehicledonation to get started. When you donate your car, you automatically become a member and access member perks! Consider donating this giving season to an organization that prioritizes reliable and independent news ❤️

Montgomery County officials are hoping that an influx of grant money to local community organizations will improve the h...
11/23/2022
Montgomery County grants $830K to nonprofits to improve health of Asian residents

Montgomery County officials are hoping that an influx of grant money to local community organizations will improve the health of Asian residents, especially seniors who were hard hit by the pandemic.

𝘏𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘵𝘩𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘤𝘰𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘢𝘨𝘦 𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 𝘱𝘰𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘣𝘭𝘦 𝘣𝘺 𝘴𝘶𝘱𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮
GBMC - Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Montgomery County has the largest population of Asian residents in Maryland, officials are hoping grant money will help the community hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brrrr....it's getting cold out there! Consider staying warm with these cute NPR scarf and gloves!! Perfect for the NPR n...
11/22/2022

Brrrr....it's getting cold out there! Consider staying warm with these cute NPR scarf and gloves!! Perfect for the NPR nerd in your life...or for yourself! Check out Shanya Mapson, Izzi Bavis and Berlinda Recacho rocking the new winter attire 👀

Each donation helps fund the future of journalism and public radio in Baltimore. Consider giving this season wypr.org/socialdonate

There was a time when utility companies urged customers to “switch to clean burning natural gas” for home energy needs.B...
11/22/2022
Environmentalists balk at state offer of $9M in grants to expand natural gas infrastructure

There was a time when utility companies urged customers to “switch to clean burning natural gas” for home energy needs.

But studies over the last 10 years have shown it’s not so clean burning after all. And that has environmental advocates questioning why the Maryland Energy Administration would be offering $9.25 million in grants to expand natural gas infrastructure statewide.

The Maryland Energy Administration expects to dole out millions more to expand natural gas infrastructure for organizations from school districts to utility companies.

They’re wandering through yards, snacking on gardens. They’re hanging out in neighborhood parks. They’re strolling down ...
11/21/2022
Why Are There So Many Deer Everywhere?

They’re wandering through yards, snacking on gardens. They’re hanging out in neighborhood parks. They’re strolling down the middle of the streets. Deer are everywhere. Or at least it feels that way if you live up and down the Baltimore DC corridor. Is this normal?

The Baltimore Banner reporters Hallie Miller and Liz Bowie have been reporting on the state’s deer population, and they join The Maryland Curiosity Bureau this episode to answer the question: Why the deer are surrounding us, and what we should do about it?

Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts.

Is Maryland’s deer population off the charts right now, or does it just feel that way?

There are so many ways to give this Thanksgiving season. From donating your time, money or even your car! Giving looks d...
11/21/2022

There are so many ways to give this Thanksgiving season. From donating your time, money or even your car! Giving looks different based on who YOU are. To learn more about radical giving, head to www.wypr.org/more-ways-to-give 🥰

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We were honored to be apart of Maryland Legal Aid and Thread 's resource event tonight. MD Legal Aid had attorneys on hand to help answer legal questions and help start the expungment process.

Thank you to our supporters we were able to provide 300 coats and 500 Pairs of socks from the WYPR sock drive.
I was on WYPR's "Midday with Tom Hall" today, talking about sports gambling.

Come for information about the new mobile gambling apps; stay to hear me fumble my way through explaining what "geofencing" is.

Did you catch this episode of On The Record w/ 's Curator Catherine Borg and artists Edgar Reyes? WYPR's Sheila Kast dug deep about change being an intrinsic part of life that includes our own impermanence on this earth.

"Artists of all disciplines embrace mortality -- as well as themes of memory and transience -- in the first exhibit at The Parlor. The Parlor itself is in transition … from a funeral home into an exhibition space, on North Avenue in Baltimore’s Station North Arts District.

The exhibit is titled Memento Mori, Latin for objects or art that remind us of the inevitability of death, It features more than 50 works by a dozen artists."

https://www.wypr.org/show/on-the-record/2022-12-02/memento-mori-a-meditation-on-mortality-and-memory
I cohosted The Maryland Curiosity Bureau on WYPR’s episode today. Listen as we dive into the controversy around the Roland Water Tower.

We are thankful for our friends and neighbors at WYPR and WTMD for this incredible gift.
sent to npr's wkend edition sunday: Are you trying to drive us away from yr venue? It's Sunday 7-9 and another of yr diversity corners- a meandering hard to understand guy w pretense of science followed by a gal w the rasping voice of an angle grinder. It has to be intentional and it's wrong. there is such a thing as a pleasing voice- it is not relative. ps to readers- if you agree- contact them (they try to make it difficult re urls)
The reviews are seeping in and this one's a real love fest. Thank you to WYPR for this oh-so-gooey review. Listen to it here!
https://www.wypr.org/show/midday/2022-12-02/rousucks-review-macabaret-a-spooky-revue-at-stillpointe-theatre

And get your tickets today!

Tickets are still available for this weekend.

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: On last month's episode of the Your Child’s Brain podcast on WYPR, Dr. Brad Schlaggar welcomed Drs. Mary Leppert and Joyce Harrison, co-directors of Kennedy Krieger’s Project ECHO, a national program designed to address the shortage of specialists. Listen now: https://bit.ly/3Gq6LXO.
When people struggle with in the workplace, it affects their productivity, ability to problem solve, creativity, and connection with others. Listen to our about supporting in the workplace: transamericainstitute.org/podcast

ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & WealthSM is produced by Transamerica Institute with assistance from WYPR 88.1 FM.
are facing their own health, financial, and employment challenges while caring for loved ones. It is vital for today's employers to recognize the invaluable role of employees and offer them support to foster a more inclusive workforce. Listen to our on supporting in the workplace: transamericainstitute.org/podcast

ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & WealthSM is produced by Transamerica Institute with assistance from WYPR 88.1 FM.
The Chesapeake Bay is a national treasure and has become an important part of Marylanders’ heritage and identity. It’s time that key landmarks in the Bay watershed fall under the umbrella of the National Park System to bring more federal resources to help tell the story of the Bay, protect and preserve the Bay, and support those who make their livelihood from the Bay. That’s why Congressman John Sarbanes and I released draft legislation to create a unified Chesapeake National Recreation Area – now available online for public comment.

That’s just one of the many topics I covered in my recent interview with Tom Hall on WYPR. To listen to the full interview on Midday with Tom Hall, please listen in here:
Commendation is due Washington Post columnist, Ms Dvorak, for her thoughtful piece (11/25) on hope for gun control- comparing gun reforms needed to such past struggles to lessen deaths from auto accidents and to***co . In the same issue, a piece explored motives of the Chesapeake Va Walmart shooter bit by bit. Such earnest detail is misdirected. I'd assign such reporters to do lengthy articles on what kind of gun was used- where it was manufactured, who sold it and detailed coverage of Virginia gun laws. Assign the reporters to cover the hand gun bans in Canada. Assign them to interview at length the leaders of such national gun control groups as Moms Demand Action or the Brady Gun Control Group or Sandy Hook Promise or March for Our Lives. Let's have more articles on solutions needed. Less extensive articles on particular dots- more connecting the dots.
Less mournful descriptions of those missing at the Thanksgiving table. Did the gun store owner have a nice thanksgiving- the Virginia legislator who works against gun control measures? Did the manufacturer of Assault rifles enjoy his turkey?
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Today, our CEO Alden Stoner was "On the Record" with WYPR 's Sheilah Kast talking about our recently released, limited edition book — BenchTalk: Wisdoms Inspired in Nature. It comprises a curated collection of quotes gathered in our yellow journals in Sacred Places over the past 25 years.

We are thrilled to have this book out in the world - and to share the wonder and wisdoms that visitors to Sacred Places left, and continue to leave, in these public journals. We're gratified too to see the interest it's garnering.

To hear Alden talk about the book, visit https://www.wypr.org/show/on-the-record/2022-11-23/bench-talk-a-testament-to-natures-healing-powers

... and then head to www.benchtalkbook.com to get a copy for yourself — and one to gift!
Today Chef John Shields will be on the Midday Thanksgiving Show at WYPR! Tune in from 12-1 PM. Listen online at: https://www.wypr.org/
Thank you to WYPR and the On The Record team for welcoming our very own Jenenne Whitfield and Gage Branda to share their thoughts on ABUNDANCE, AVAM's latest exhibition! 👏

🎧 Take a listen here! 🎧

https://omny.fm/shows/on-the-record-1/what-makes-abundance
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