Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City

Friday at 11:30, every other week

On Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City, producer Stacia Brown collects and shares intergenerational stories about place and memory in Baltimore City. The show airs every other week at 11:30 am during The Marc Steiner Show. Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City is produced in partnership with AIR & WEAA 88.9 FM.

Episode 17 of the Rise of Charm City takes listeners to two of the city's most historically significant cemeteries: Mount Auburn, the oldest Black cemetery in the city, and Green Mount Cemetery, final resting place of many of Baltimore's 19th and early 20th century philanthropists. We also hear from Mr. Victor March Sr., President and CEO of March Funeral Homes, the largest independent funeral home on the East Coast, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year.

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Episode 16 of the Rise of Charm City features the history of lacrosse in Baltimore city's various communities. 

Episode 15 of the Rise of Charm City explores the history of Baltimore's LGBTQ+ communities. 

The Rise of Charm City's exploration of Morgan State University's 150-year history continues in Episode 14: "A Modern Study of Morganic Chemistry."

A view of Morgan State University Campus from WEAA, on the third floor of the School of Global Journalism and Communications.
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The Rise of Charm City is delighted to present our second season premiere, "Episode 13: Protect Your Vital Morgan," the first of a two-part series on the 150-year history of Morgan State University.

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