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Marc Steiner

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  • On Baltimore and its monuments

    On Baltimore and its monuments
    I thank City Paper for sharing the short radio piece I produced with my colleague Mark Gunnery for The Marc Steiner Show on WEAA 88.9 FM over Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend in January (“Why Does Baltimore Have So Many Confederate Monuments?”). But I cringed when I read my words (“I don’t think the City should tear down the Lee-Jackson Monument or the other Confederate monuments in Baltimore”) in the context of the recent racist shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Baltimore: Stop honoring white supremacy (UPDATED)

    Baltimore: Stop honoring white supremacy (UPDATED)
    UPDATE: As The Sun's Luke Broadwater just reported on Twitter, Baltimore County has asked the city to change the name of Robert E. Lee Park to Lake Roland Park. The city owns the park but the county operates it, as the letter notes. Baltimore County...

    2015 CAPBA Winners

    The 2015 winners in the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association contest for AP member stations in Delaware, the District of Columbia and Maryland: BEST OF SHOW 2014 TV - WBOC-TV, "Antares Rocket Explosion," John Dearing, Ron Krisulevicz,...

    WYPR and WEAA will share resources to cover Freddie Gray story

    WYPR and WEAA will share resources to cover Freddie Gray story
    In a move that would have seemed impossible just a few years ago, public radio stations WYPR and WEAA today announced a collaboration to cover stories following the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death. As part of the deal, the stations' news directors,...

    Kamenetz needs to keep an open mind on county animal shelter

    Kamenetz needs to keep an open mind on county animal shelter
    I would like to thank the Baltimore County Council for hearing the frustration of animal rights activists and other members of the community who have been complaining for years about unsatisfactory conditions at the animal shelter ("Baltimore County...