Is the inflammatory rhetoric of the GOP’s Conservative right wing partly to blame for the recent shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic? Sean Yoes talks national politics with commentators Catalina Byrd and Sean Breeze. Plus, legal analysis of the first day of Officer William Porter’s trial, one of the six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
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The Baltimore Blend honors the life of Arnold Sterling, a Baltimore native and nationally recognized jazz saxophonist, through conversations with those he taught and loved.
I got excited when I heard the DC-based band Spur of the Moment was recording a new project. Spur of the Moment has been blessing us with some incredible music for the last two decades. After a hiatus from recording, they return with an incredible CD titled, “N2 Deep.”
Morgan State University’s Office of Student Activities strives to foster a campus environment that promotes the total education of each student. Its primary goal is to assist individual students and student organizations in the creation, implementation and evaluation of programs that contribute to the academic growth and personal development of all students.
WEAA is proud to announce “Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City” — a new project produced by Stacia Brown and funded through AIR media.
Charlie Rouse was born in Washington D.C. in 1924, and is mostly remembered as Thelonious Monk’s featured tenor saxophonist from 1959 to 1970. His articulate solos were always full of joy, with each of his fluid phrases perfectly connected to the one before.