Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Fort McHenry’s Defenders’ Day celebration will take place Friday and Saturday, September 17 and 18. Various activities are planned including a parade, musical performances, and living history re-enactors. I spoke with Ranger Shannon McLucas about this year’s remembrance of an important period in Baltimore’s history.
To mark the annual celebration of Women’s Equality Day—commemorating the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment granting women the right to vote—I spoke with Teri Ellen Cross Davis, award-winning poet and Poetry Coordinator for the Folger Shakespeare Library.
I had the chance to talk to Vivian Ebesike and Saba Nafees about the Ann Reece Carswell Scholarship Gala recently. For more information check http://www.WETATI.org/convention
Dr. Leana Wen, former health commissioner for the city of Baltimore, has just published a book called “Lifelines: A Doctor’s Journey in the Fight for Public Health.” To her way of thinking, public health is not limited only to the medical field.
Many senior citizens who live in Maryland are eligible for tax credits toward their rental or home ownership costs. Are you among them? My recent chat with Francine Hyman, Director of SOAR (Securing Older Adult Resources), a program of the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, may help you answer that question. SOAR offers Take the Credit, […]
I recently had the chance to speak to Vivian Ebisike, the Social Media and PR Coodinator for” We’re Empowered To Achieve The Impossible” about a special event taking place this month. For more information, check out http://www.WETATI.org/convention
I recently had a chance to speak to Melanie Kuperstein of Movment in Music about their even at the end of July. More information is available at http://movementinmusic.com
I recently had the chance to talk to Diane Merriam of the Washington International Piano competition, which will be holding its 18 piano competition at the end of July. For more information, the website is www.wipac.org.
Juneteenth—June 19th—is also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day. Sistah Joy Alford, Poet Laureate of Prince George’s Country, shares some thoughts.
“Learning about one another and learning how to care for one another throughout life’s stages is essential to loving and satisfying relationships with our aging family members,” says author, Nancie Laird Young, whose memoir, Tea with Dad: Finding Myself in My Father’s Life, is out this month.