WEAA's Julius White has the local news: Larry Hogan is reaffirming Maryland's commitment to make improvements to Baltimore's aging Howard Street tunnel. Improvements will allow higher double stack container trains to travel to and from the port of Baltimore. And Adnan Sayeed, whose story was popularized by the Serial podcast, is asking a judge to release him while he awaits a new trial.
This Week on WEAA
First Edition host Sean Yoes discusses national politics with political strategist Catalina Byrd and commentator Sean Breeze, including Hillary Clinton attempting to expand the presidential electoral map into reliably red states and working on behalf of down-ballot Democrats in search of a mandate on November 8.
The 12th — and final — episode of our first season, "Glow in the Park," presents a history of Druid Hill Park, the third oldest public urban park in the country.
The room hushed as over 500 women of all ages, mostly African American, held their breath and watched Taraji P. Henson emerge from the curtains onto the stage of Baird Auditorium at the National Museum of Natural History this weekend. Tickets to see RAH were one of the many premiums offered during the WEAA 88.9 Fall Membership Drive last week.
Both WEAA and First edition are finalists in the Baltimore Music Awards. WEAA is nominated for 2016 Radio Station, and First Edition is nominated for 2016 radio show. Now, we need you to vote for us! Follow the link below.
I had the pleasure of being on the island of Curacao for the 7th annual Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival. I was able to experience the island through a few excursions and brought it’s food, history and culture back to the United States via my live broadcast from the island. What a beautiful place with incredible people. Please enjoy these clips and pictures from the exquisite island of Curacao!