MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2017
Hooray for Hollywood: It has snowed about an eighth of an inch. For that reason, and because it's cheap ticket Monday at The Senator, we've declared a snow day and we're headed off to see Moonrise.
Meanwhile, this morning'a award-wining radio program has been posted on line. To share in all the excitement, you can just click here.
The Marc Steiner Show comes to you live and direct from Morgan State. As you may recall, The Nation picked it as the nation's Most Valuable Radio Show just a few years back.
The program lists its own top attributes here. We'd hail this as one of the best:
"brings together people who would not usually interact..."
For our money, this is impressive too:
"Creating something from nothing was not a new concept for Marc. He has always been on the cutting edge of bringing innovative programs to life. Earlier in his career he worked in therapeutic settings with at-risk youth. He founded a theater program in the Maryland State prison system, as well as the Family Circle Theater, a company of teenagers that wrote, produced, directed, and acted in original productions. Marc also served for a year as the principal of Baltimore’s Experimental High School, and he taught Theatre for ten years at the Baltimore School for the Arts."
Jeez. That said, we go all the way back with Marc to the days of the Baltimore Colts. We recall the time a network color man said it was too early (in the game) for one of the teams to panic.
What would be the correct time to panic, one of the analysts asked.