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2013 Annual Holiday Bash to Benefit the National Academy Foundation from the Lord Baltimore Hotel

Interview with Gene-Michael Addis, General Manager Lord Baltimore Hotel (3:21)
Link: Lord Baltimore Hotel

Interview with Bob Heck, Executive Director of Careers at National Academy Foundation Middle/High School (3:30)
Link: National Academy Foundation of Baltimore

Interview with chairpersons Renee West, Membership Sales and Services Manager, Visit Baltimore and Cori Ramos, ‎President, Cori Ramos & Associates, Event Planning and Management, L.L.C. (2:53)
Links: Visit BaltimoreCori Ramos & Associates

Interview with Paul Wolman, Chairman and CEO, Feats Inc. and NAF Advisory Council (6:15)
Link: Feats Inc.

Main Speech Annual Holiday Bash December 16, 2013 (7:00)

2014 Annual Holiday Bash from the Horseshoe Casino is the Baltimore area hospitality industry's annual holiday party with food from Baltimore's top restaurants, hotels and caterers and live entertainment. All proceeds from the Holiday Bash benefit the National Academy Foundation School of Baltimore, the first high school in the country to integrate five career-based "NAF" programs. Graduates of the Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Academy of Law, Academy of IT, Academy of Finance or Academy of Engineering receive both a national certificate as well as their high school diploma.

Interview with National Academy Foundation's Board Chairman, Alexis Coates (2:43)

Dining Dish Show 3 chats up numerous restaurants and food purveyors at the annual hospitality dine around fundraiser for the National Academy Foundation (19:45) held at Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino on December 8th. Get the holiday scoop from Banditos, Brio, Chipparellis, CityPeek, Johnny Sanchez, The Local Oyster, Mallow Bar, Whole Foods – Harbor East.

Links: Annual Holiday BashNational Academy Foundation of BaltimoreDining Dish BlogFacebook


Arts, Music & Culture in Baltimore
Channel: Local/Arts
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Fells Point music group Without a Net perform (49:15)

Show 2: Baltimore based visual artist Maxine Taylor (21:36), with assistant Tiffani J. Church talk about the evolution of her work
Link: Maxine Taylor

The Baltimore Song written by Chris Riehl (4:14)

Show 3: Rob Macdonald, President of Thought Leaders Marketing (35:41) and award-winning columnist for the Baltimore Business Journal talks about his career and his passion for pursuing the heart of a story in his creative writing and reporting.
Links: Thought Leaders Marketing

Show 4: Visual Artist, Kathryn Holt (29:00) discusses her career as an artist and teacher and her journey from Denver to Baltimore including her studio at the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

Show 5: Sarah McCann, Executive Director of Baltimore Clayworks (17:00) talks about her work, the venerable ceramic arts center and its future.
Link: Baltimore Clayworks

Show 6: Filmmaker, songwriter and musician, Skizz Cyzyk (24:50) talks about his career as a veteran of the Baltimore music community, running film festivals and his current film about to be showcased in the upcoming Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France.
Link: Skizz Cyzyk

Show 7: Writer, D. Scott Meek (29:56) talks about his career having served 20 years in the U.S. Navy and currently writing his continuing series of Sesame Swallow, Private Investigator novels.
Links: Twitter: @SesameSwallowFacebook

Show 9: Musician/visual artist Rob Hinkal talks about his career (33:38) including his band ilyaimy and his cross-cultural open mic nights in Baltimore and Takoma Park
Links: I Love You And I Miss You (ilyAIMY)Open Mic Nights

Show 10: WBALTV weatherman and Weather Talk host Tony Pann talks about his new children’s book (17:46) "Everything is You".. described as ‘a fantastic ride for children of all ages, that will allow them to build the confidence and self-esteem that all of us strive for and deserve!’
Link: Tony Pann

Show 11: Sheridan Costa owner of The Alchemy of Art Gallery and Boutique in Fells Point (50:00) talks about her career and plans for her newly opened gallery
Link: Alchemy of Art Gallery

Show 12: Dan Fesperman, author and former Baltimore Sun reporter talks about his career (43:14) and his 9th novel ‘Unmanned’ - a psychologically gripping descent into the eerie realm of drone warfare.
Link: Dan Fesperman

Show 13: Joe Hudson & Tom Wingate of Engineered Fear Productions (27:00) talk about their plans to open up a haunted attraction in October of 2015 in Baltimore
Link: Engineered Fear ProductionsKickstarter

Show # 14: Evan Moritz, artistic director and co-founder of the Annex Theater (45:20) talks about his career and the Le Mondo project, in which several performance companies are renovating three historic buildings on Howard Street into multi-venue experimental performance spaces
Link: Baltimore Annex Theatre

Show # 15: Fashion designer, Stacy Stube talks about growing up in Baltimore, her career in Baltimore, London & Bali (20:25), building an international fashion company in Bali, and the launch of her book, Bali Fashion Dream, that chronicles her story
Links: Bali Fashion DreamEliza Fitzgerald Collection

Show # 16: Dr. Joanne Martin, co-founder & President of The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum in Baltimore (38:23), talks about her career and the nation’s first wax museum concentrating on African-American history, life and culture.
Link: Great Blacks in Wax Museum


Back In Baltimore Weekly update on all the goings on in Charm City.
Channel: Local/Arts
Host: Dave Custy, replanted Baltimore Native.
Channel: Local
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Baltimore City Offerings News of the tourism and convention world in Baltimore City.
Channel: Tourism
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Baltimore Events Calendar Weekly update on all the goings on in Charm City.
Channel: Tourism
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Baltimore in the Global Market World Economy Forum with business leaders to increase B’more’s presence in the world market and networking with international businesses and economies.
Channel: Business/International
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1:Guest - Rob Sobhani, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Caspian Group (39:46) discusses creating a blueprint to increase international business on a continuing basis.
Link: Caspian Group

Show 2: DDG planning architecture and design company discusses the evolution of his business and methods for worldwide expansion (54:52) DDG is a renowned planning, architecture and design company. Our guest is Ahsin Rasheed, Chairman, CEO and President of DDG,.
Link: DDG

Show 3: Wes Guckert, Founder and President of The Traffic Group, Inc. (51:06), a traffic engineering and transportation planning specialty firm, talks about the evolution of his company and its diversification to adapt to changing economic circumstances.
Link: The Traffic Group, Inc.

Show 4: Rob Sobhani CEO and Chairman of Caspian Group Holdings LLC talks about his new company Sparo (21:56) the first online charity movement that allows consumers to donate to their charity of choice directly while shopping on their favorite merchant sites.
Link: Sparo, purchase with a purpose™

Show 5: Nina Bankova, Director, Professional Exchanges, Strategy and Business Development and Wally Pinkard, Manager, Marketing and Event Planning (31:43) talk about the World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) including their annual Women Spanning the Globe Annual Conference.
Link: World Trade Center Institute

Show 6: Joel Chazen a partner in Hertzbach & Co (39:50) talks about his career and the development of the accounting and consultancy firm
Link: Hertzbach & Co.

Show 7: Andrew Schuster, co-founder and CEO of NewsUp, the internet news quiz game (35:30), talks about his career and the future of his company.
Link: NewsUp

Show 8: Bob Paff, a highly sought-after speaker of inspiring and empowering messages (50:56), talks about his career and book 'Communicating to Win'
Link: Bob Paff Communicating to Win


Baltimore for Seniors Discussion of issues and events that concern seniors supplying guidance and assistance with direction to answers.
Channel: Local
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Baltimore Heritage
Janice Kaufmann (Revolving)

The Jewish Museum of Maryland (2:06) Guest: Marvin Pinkert, Executive Director
Link: The Jewish Museum of Maryland

The Baltimore National Heritage Area (2:32) Guest James Piper Bond, Chairman Board of Director and President of the Living Classrooms Foundation
Link: Explore Baltimore

Guided Walking Tours of Baltimore by Urban Rangers (2:53) Guest Bob Jacobson Urban Ranger
Link: Guided Walking Tours


Baltimore History Uncovered
Channel: History
Dave Custy

Show 1: Maryland’s role in the War of 1812 (1.00:44) Historians Christopher T. George and Robert Reyes discuss events of historical significance in 1814.
Links: Chris George / Robert Reyes

The Baltimore List Quirky Eccentric and Noteworthy Events going on in Baltimore.
Channel: LocalTourismCalendar
Janice Kaufmann

Show 1: Baltimore Beer Week Uncovered (21:37). Guest Joe Gold founder of Baltimore Beer Week.
Link: Baltimore Beer Week

Show 2: Night of 100 Elvises (51:32) Guest Event Producer Carole Carroll talks about this uniquely Baltimore Event, how it got started, what to expect if you go and other tidbits.
Link: Night of 100 Elvises

Night of 100 Elvises Interviews

2014 Night of 100 Elvises Interviews


Baltimore Sports Nostalgia
Dave Custy

Show 1: Kenny talks about cutting his teeth as the announcer of the Baltimore Skipjacks 1990-92 (14:07) Guest Kenny Albert, Fox Sports sportscaster- Announcer of the NY Rangers.

Show 2: Janet Marie Smith , Sr. Vice President Planning and Development for the Los Angeles Dodgers (40:00) discusses her career including her work during the design and construction of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and currently for the Dodgers.
Link: Dodgers Front Office

Show 3: Best-selling writer Kevin Cowherd talks about his career (36:09) including 32 years with the Baltimore Sun, his co-authoring 4 baseball novels with Cal Ripken Jr. and his upcoming biography of Baltimore business magnate, Ed Hale.
Link: Cal Ripken, Jr.’s All-Stars: Squeeze Play

Baltimore Success Stories Periodic forum of Baltimore natives who have local, national and international success in the arts and business.
Channel: Local/Interests
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Actor Kevin Killner talks about growing up in Baltimore, his acting career and playing on the Johns Hopkins University national lacrosse championship team.

Kevin Kilner Part 1 (42:30) Kevin Kilner Part 2 (31:25)

Show 2: Umbrella Syndicate Baltimore Tourism Association member and social enterpriser help start ups. Photographer Robbie McClean owner of the Bayline Studios talks about his business and upcoming book and introduces health trainer Andye Kitt who speaks about her near death experience and putting her life back together that will be all part of her upcoming book.
Link: Bayline Studio.

Show 3: Connecting people with disabilities to consumers and employers (31:03) Niki Zimmerman is the founder and executive director of Out of Step online marketplace and platform with Baltimore clients.
Link: Out of Step

Show 4: "Guide Doggie: Learn How Guide Dogs Help the Blind" Picture Book (19:46) Guest Author Daniel Saynuk talks about his own experiences that led to his book.
Link: Daniel Saynuk

Show 5: Original Producer of Grease, on Broadway, Kenneth Waissman (51:06) talks about growing up in Baltimore, his career and his upcoming Broadway musical ‘Josephine’ based on the life of Josephine Baker.


Building Baltimore Forum of architects and city planners discussing proposed builds featuring local, national and international networking with professionals around the world.
Channel: Business
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Destination Baltimore Updates and detailed reports and interviews to showcase the attractiveness of visiting Baltimore.
Channel: Tourism
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Dining Dish with Dara Bunjon all the food sizzle.
Baltimore locavore and food authority Dara Bunjon
shares food trends and local "dish."

Show 1: The inaugural program for Dining Dish (20:10)
kicks off we take a look at food news both local and national.

  • What’s happening with food trends?
  • Have you marked your calendar to watch National Geographics six hour mini-series on the history of food, EAT: The Story of Food.
  • Will wait staff be wearing Google glasses for face recognition as well as knowledge of their customers’ likes and dislikes in the near future?
  • Learn where to sign up for holiday cooking classes.
  • What chefs have moved where and what restaurants are opening.
  • All this and more on Baltimore Internet Radio’s Dining Dish.

Show 2: Dara Bunjon, Dining Dish’s Thanksgiving Tips (5:22):

  • Stockpile frozen turkey while the prices are low
  • How to make that canned cranberry sauce look fancy
  • Doctor up Stove Top Stuffing
  • Save time on your mashed potatoes
  • And a kitchen tool that will be useful beyond Thanksgiving.

Show 3: Dining Dish chats up numerous restaurants and food purveyors at the annual hospitality dine around fundraiser for the National Academy Foundation (22:07) held at Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino on December 8th. Get the holiday scoop from Banditos, Brio, Chipparellis, CityPeek, Johnny Sanchez, The Local Oyster, Mallow Bar, Whole Foods – Harbor East.

Show 4: Dining Dish chats up Baltimore county restaurants participating in the Winter Baltimore County Restaurant Week kicking off Friday, January 9th (21:15)

  • The 2014 Mobbies Best Food Blog winner Taylor Seidel of Good Eats discusses good bars for the under 25 set,
  • Chef Brian Boston of the Milton Inn and Highland Inn and why I was eating dessert first,
  • Dave Seel with Bagby Restaurants – Cunninghams talk about snow storm promotions,
  • Justin Windle of Pappas Restaurant in Cranbrook Shopping Center talks about some old time favorites,
  • Ryleigh’s Oyster Bar Hunt Valley updates on their new location in Baltimore City,
  • Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz informs about the restaurant industry's economic impact and
  • Marjorie Hampson, Director- Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion and Dining Dish probes as to new and old trends on the dining plate.

Link: Baltimore County Restaurant Week

Show #5: Dining Dish sits down with Hilda Staples and Chef Bryan Voltaggio, owners of the recently opened Family Meal restaurant located at the end of Baltimore’s Pier Four (14:25)

  • Hilda talks candidly about how she sought out Chef Voltaggio and convinced him to go into business with her, the future Family Meal restaurants soon to open and transitioning the old Houlihan’s space into their family friendly restaurant, Family Meal.
  • Chef Voltaggio shares his passion about his support for Share Our Strength – No Kid Hungry program, why Family Meals, a 7 day a week – breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant and the farm-to-table movement, is it a trend or not?

Show #6 Day Tripping in Virginia Wine Country with Dining Dish (12:00) Virginia Wines played host to Dining Dish. Virginia vineyards have grown from 46 active vineyards in 1996 to over 275 vineyards to date. Loudoun County, less than an hour and a half from Baltimore has over 45 wineries one can visit. Dining Dish visited Corocoran Vineyards, Fabbioli Cellars, and Tarara Winery – each totally different from each other. Perfect for a day trip – Corcoran is open weekends and Fabbioli and Tarara are only closed on holidays. With so many vineyards to visit, you might want to make it a weekend away. Want to taste a lot of wine and not worry about driving, use Wine Pro Tours.

Links: Virginia VineyardsCorcoran VineyardsFabbioli CellarsTarara WineryWine Pro Tours

Dining Dish Show # 7 Dara Bunjon presents Women Chefs and Restaurateurs Conference – Taking a Bigger Bite – New York, NY (43:33) What happens when you get Woman Chefs and Restauranteurs together under one roof for a conference? With my trusty recorder in hand you can hear my interviews with Dana Cowin, Editor-in-Chief of Food and Wine, Susan Ungaro, president for the James Beard Foundation/House, Meredith O’Malley, a manager for the Michelin starred Del Posto Restaurant whose Chef Mark Ladner just won the James Beard Award –Best Chef New York. Founding member of Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, Lidia Bastianich – restaurateur, cookbook author, television personality and co owner in North American Eatalys was the keynote speaker. Listen as outgoing president of WCR Chef Elizabeth Falkner introduces Lidia and the entire keynote speech. The 22 year old Women Chefs and Restaurateurs organization supports chefs from restaurants, caterers, bakers, pastry, personal chefs to front-of-house managers, sommeliers, mixologist and more with a platform to share, mentor and learn. Whether beginning your culinary journey or being established there are amazing scholarships and stagiaires available.

Dara Bunjon Intro (:00-2:22)
Dana Cowin, Editor-in-Chief of Food and Wine, (2:22-6:03)
Susan Ungaro, President for the James Beard Foundation/House (6:03-10:03)
Meredith O’Malley, a manager for the Michelin starred Del Posto Restaurant (10:03–12:48)
Founding member of Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, Lidia Bastianich (12:48-43:33)

Dining Dish Show #8 The star is rising for Blue Moon Café owner Sarah Simington
Baltimore’s hot spot for breakfast for the past 19 years has been the Blue Moon Café
in Fells Point (13:15) featured multiple times as is the owner Sarah Simington on the Food Network and national press.

The Blue Moon Too in Baltimore’s Federal Hill which is opening soon was a great excuse to interview the raven haired beauty about her world travels to entertain our troops, her rising star as a culinary personality on radio and television and the impending expansion of her culinary world. An empath and self proclaimed witch, Sarah Simington is described beautifully by the Eagles song Witchy Woman:

Raven hair and ruby lips, sparks fly from her finger tips
Echoed voices in the night, she’a a restless spirit on an endless flight
Woo hoo witchy woman, see how high she flies
Woo hoo witchy woman she got the moon in her eye - Blue Moon Café that is!

Links: Blue Moon Cafe

Dining Dish Program #9 City Dining Cards NEW, FREE IPhone app (4:20) takes your dining discounts to your phone so they are readily available. Free to join, free to download. Listen to Will Glass as he explains how simple this program is, how you can save at over 50 restaurants and the added bonus when you dine out twelve times using City Dining Cards phone app. Think great city restaurants from City Café, Gertrudes and more.
Link: City Dining Cards

Dining Dish #10 Urban farming is not a myth (20:00). Larry Hountz of City Hydro has developed an all-natural, pure, no HMO, no soil way to grow nutrient dense micro greens in the back bedroom in his Baltimore City row home.

Listen to how he came to start CityHydro after a terrible traumatic brain injury taking him away from his existing career and how he has made City Hydro an open source business so others can learn and earn.
Link: CityHydro

Dining Dish Links: Dining Dish BlogFacebook
Keep up with her culinary musing at Dining Dish Blog and here on Baltimore Internet Radio

Education & Research Topics A variety of education topics and research going on in Baltimore.
Channel: Business/Education
Dave Custy

Show 1: Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Business in Government Initiative (22:33) with guest Brian Gunia, Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Brian Gunia

Show 2: Non-profit organization that empowers 3 neighborhood charter schools in East Baltimore (28:01) Guest Laura Doherty, President and CEO of the Baltimore Curriculum Project.
Link: Baltimore Curriculum Project


Health Care and its Future Frank discussions on the Health Care and its future.
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: James Burdick professor of transplantation surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Transplantation (1:00) discussing his upcoming book on a doctor's plan for health care reform.

Show 2: Help for Mental Illness (33:52) Christine Merola, Community Outreach and Projects Coordinator of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
Link: National Alliance on Mental Illness

Show 3: Gastrointestinal and complex abdominal surgery (22:04) with a particular focus on pancreatic and hepatobiliary surgery. Guest, Dr. Kurtis Campbell, surgical oncologist with the Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy Medical Center.
Link: Surgical Oncology at Mercy Medical Center

Show 4: James A. McGowan, M.D., a pain management specialist at Mercy (25:30) Medical Center’s Center for Interventional Pain Medicine talks about its history and his work with interventional therapies for neck and back pain
Link: The Center for Interventional Pain Medicine at Mercy

Show 5: Anterior hip, shoulder and knee replacement surgery (25:58) Guest: Joseph J. Ciotola, M.D orthopedic surgeon at Orthopedics and Joint Replacement at Mercy Medical Center.
Link: Dr. Joseph J. Ciotola

Show 6: Family Medicine practice at Mercy Medical Center (17:00) Guest: Samyra C. Sealy MD
Link: Samyra C. Sealy, M.D

Show 7: Kevin J. Cullen, M.D. the director of the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center (46:55) talks about his career, the cancer center’s accomplishments in his 10 year tenure, working with the American Cancer Society and the 50th anniversary of the first Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health.
Links: University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer CenterAmerican Cancer Society

Show 8: Shantelle Mobley, Medical Surgical Nurse Manager at Mercy Medical Center (24:07) talks about her career and the hospital’s coveted “Magnet®” recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center®, the highest recognition for nursing excellence.
Link: Mercy Medical Center

Show 9: Providing health care to people in remote areas of the world through the use of mobile phones (45:49) Guest Alain Labrique, Ph.D. the founding director of the Johns Hopkins University Global mHealth Initiative talks about his career and his work .
Link: John Hopkins University Global mHealth Initiative

Show 10: The Diabetes Program at Mercy Medical (29:37) Guest Kelly O’Connor, RD, LDN, CDE, Director of Diabetes Education at The Center for Endocrinology at Mercy Medical Center talks about her career and the diabetes program
Link: Kelly O'Connor

Show 11: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (27:53) Guest, Mark Roeder, Maryland Chapter President of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society talks about his career and 10 years at the NMSS featuring current research, treatment and events.
Links: Maryland National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyBaltimore Walk Apr 27, 2014

Show 12: Elissa Bantug, Program Manager of Breast Cancer Communication, Education & Survivorship at the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (45:38) talks about her breast cancer diagnosis at age 23 and the center’s programs
Link: Breast Cancer Programs at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center

Show 13: Jen Burdette, Mission Delivery Specialist, American Cancer Society Road to Recovery (19:17) talks about the need for volunteer drivers to take cancer patients to treatments.
410-781-4316 #3; Email Jen
Link: American Cancer Society

Show 14: Within Reach, A privately operated non-profit foundation dedicated to providing peer support, education, and assistance to cancer patients and survivors (18:55) Guest Cathy Brice Hirsch, President of the privately operated non-profit, the Frank and Clara Hirsch Foundation, Inc. d/b/a Within Reach, which develops and operates support programs for cancer patients and survivors talks about her cancer diagnosis the foundation and seeking cancer survivors to volunteer mentoring new patients.
Link: Within Reach

Show 15: Dr. William B. Isaacs, Interim Director of the newly-launched $45M Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute (31:36) talks about the facility, the world’s first Institute dedicated solely to bladder cancer.
Contact: Email • Phone 443-287-0147

Show 16: Edel Blumberg talks about his life and the 'Semi-Colon Club' (38:20) he formed to encourage people to get checked for colon cancer. Edel calls himself a "2-and-a-half-time colon cancer survivor."
Semi-Colon Club


Historic Charm City Showcasing the many historic landmarks in the City.
Channel: History

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Hobbies of Professionals Featuring local hobbyists connecting with national and international participants with similar interests. Bringing events to Baltimore to network with local enthusiasts.
Channel: Local

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Hotel Baltimore Weekly feature of deals and attractions from featured hotels
Channel: Tourism
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International Arts Discussions on the performing arts in the US and abroad.
Channel: Local/Arts/International
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Graham Schmidt, Artistic director of Breaking String Theatre Company (30:00) in Austin Texas talks about his theater company and the Baltimore-Austin Texas collaboration to bring high tech to the performing arts, including streaming live performances.
Link: The Breaking String Theatre Company

Show 2: Robert Matney, web developer, actor, technical designer- Hidden Room Theatre, Austin. TX
Part 1 (27:09)Part 2 (31:41)
Baltimore- Austin Texas collaboration- integrating technology into live theatrical performances
Link: Robert Matney on Twitter

Show 3: Coni Koepfinger & Joe Izen talk about their musical SINGULARITY (40:00) which seeks to create a bridge between science and art, from inception to the hopes for a 2015 Broadway opening.
Link: Facebook S I N G U L A R I T Y • A Brave New Musical

Show #4: Abigail Rockwell, a New York singer who specializes in international torch songs (38:26) talks about her career.
Link: Abigail Rockwell

Show # 5: Robert Matney, a social web marketer & founding co-Artistic Director of Whirligig Productions (40:00) in Austin, Texas, returns to update his work with integrating technology with live theatrical performances
Link: Whirligig Productions


International Radio Industry
Channel: Business/International
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: James Cridland, radio futuroligist, talks about Next Radio (28:10) an annual conference that creates new ideas for the future of radio.
Link: James Cridland | Next Radio

International Relations A forum with a variety of guests discussing international concerns from world peace to our cultural differences and similarities.
Channel: Business/InternationalLocal/Politics
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: from Berlin, Germany, Mark Donfried, founder and executive director of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (27:05) discusses his organizations mission to promote global peace and stability by strengthening and supporting intercultural relations at all levels.
Link: Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

Show 2: W Fontaine Bell, Chairman of Baltimore-Xiamen Sister City Committee (23:04) talks about their relationship and programs with the Chinese city.
Link: Baltimore-Xiamen Sister City Committee

Show 3: Gina London a veteran CNN correspondent and anchor (28:36) recorded from Arezzo Italy, who now makes her living as an international communications consultant talks about her career, her worldwide travel and her time living in Baltimore.
Link: Gina London, Communications Consultant

Show 4: World Trade Center Institute's Youth in Action program (33:00) is discussed with Nina Bankova Director, Professional Exchanges, Strategy and Business Development & 3 participants, high school students from Mexico
Link: World Trade Center Institute

Show 5: Anna Yankova, the Director of International Affairs (28:24) at the Office of the Secretary of State of Maryland discusses growing up in Ukraine and her work with the Sister States Program and other international projects for the State of Maryland.
Link: Maryland Office of the Secretary of State, International Division

Show 6: Julie Rosicky, Executive Director, & Jodianna Ringel, Development Officer of the International Social Service United States of America Branch (28:34) discuss how they connect vulnerable children, adults, and families, separated by an international border, to the services and support they need.
Link: International Social Service US Branch

Show 7: Tetyana Aldave & Ruslan Zamaray of United Help Ukraine (39:40), talk about their organization that provides aid to the people of Ukraine affected by the ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
Link: United Help Ukraine


International Tourism
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: From Barcelona, Spain; Caroline Couret, co-creater and manager of the Creative Tourism Network (33:13), talks about her career and her company, an international organization created with the aim of fostering creative tourism (tourists connecting with local artisans to create a work) around the world.
“Creative tourism is travel directed toward an engaged and authentic experience, with participative learning in the arts, heritage, or special character of a place, and it provides a connection with those who reside in this place and create this living culture” - UNESCO, Creative Cities Network
Link: Creative Tourism Network

It's Not Personal, Its Business the challenges of small/minority/woman-owned businesses.
Channel: Business/What's New
Host: Janice Kaufmann, Small Business Technology company owner.

Show 1: Guest - Paul Taylor from the Baltimore Development Corporation's Small Business Development Center (22:07) discussing available resources for small business start ups in Baltimore
Links: Small Business Development Center (SBDC)SBDC Facebook Page

Show 2: Guest- Trish White from Tenpachi Salons in Fells Point (28:37) a small business success story.
Links: Tenpachi Salons

Show 3: Guest - CITYPeek Patti, CEO of CITYPeek (30:06) Brand Marketing for the Hospitality Industry. Patti talks about starting her business and the influence of social marketing and her passion for being a Luxury, Food & Wine Influencer.
Links: CITYPeekCITYPeek Patti on FacebookCITYPeek Patti on Twitter

Show 4: Guest - Chef Todd Mohr talks about the importance of doing something that you are passionate about (47:04) Chef Todd is bring a new revolution in cooking to the world. “to free people from the limitations and intimidations of the written recipe and empower them to cook like an artist paints.

Show 5: Guest - Kim Manfredi, owner of Charm City Yoga (29:03) shares her career and how her company became one of the most successful yoga businesses in the country.
Link: Charm City Yoga

Show 6: Guest, Kelly Keenan Trumpbour, founder of See Jane Invest (32:32), is an investor dedicated to educating women who want to fund women-owned companies.
Link: See Jane Invest


Local Issues Forum
Channel: Local/Politics
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Guest, Neil Franklin, Executive Director, of Law Enforcement against Prohibition (LEAP) a national organization whose mission is to reduce the multitude of harmful consequences resulting from fighting the war on drugs and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime, and addiction by ending drug prohibition

Leap Part 1 (29:52) Leap Part 2 (32:20)

Link: LEAP

Show 2: Programs that advance community and economic development in Baltimore. (22:31) Guest is Matthew D Gallagher, President and CEO of the Goldseker Foundation.
Link: Goldseker Foundation

Show 3: Launch of a new smartphone app, "bMOREsafe (27:40) Guest Debra S. Holbrook R.NC SANE-A, FNE A/P, Coordinator of Mercy’s Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (S.A.F.E.) Program talks about the new "bMOREsafe" app designed to provide victims of sexual assault and domestic violence with instant access to a variety of resources, including medical and police assistance, a crisis hotline, and more.
Link: Bmore Safe Mercy

Show 4: Progress in Baltimore City and the new Inner Harbor 2.0 (24:36) Guest: Laurie Schwartz, President of the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore discusses the new master plan Inner Harbor 2.0 to further develop the Inner Harbor
Link: Inner Harbor Master Plan 2.0

Show 5: Bart Harvey the former Chairman and CEO of the Enterprise Foundation (49:03) talks about his career, his work with the founder, James Rouse and how the community-based nonprofit organization developed over 240,000 affordable homes and invested over $9 billion throughout the United States over the last 30 years. This is the launch of an ongoing program that establishes a framework for forums on affordable housing for low income people in conjunction with jobs, quality schools, for a sustainable, better way of life.

Show 6: A plan to train Baltimoreons with skills employers need (25:56) Guest Economist Arnold Packer Ph.D discusses his work in employment development.
Link: Baltimore Sun Story

Show 7: Sarah Hemminger co-founder of Thread (34:22) which facilitates the development, expansion, and replication of innovative, paradigm-shifting models of mentoring talks about her career and work.
Link: Thread

Show # 8: Barbara Levin, Director of Client Services at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland (26:22) talks about her career and the organization that helps people to live independently at home through the provision of nutritious meals, personal contact and related services. Delivery volunteers are needed Monday through Friday to deliver hot meals to homebound seniors and disabled individuals. Link: Meals on Wheels Maryland

Show #9: Steve Eberle, the Regional Director of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps in Baltimore (32:32)talks about his career and the 20-year-old Baltimore non-profit organization that matches seasoned professionals with charities seeking skilled volunteers.
To volunteer or support go to: Ignatian Volunteers Corps

Show 10: Delegate Cory McCray, Member of the House of Delegates for the 45th District of Baltimore City (22:48), talks about his career and plans for economic development in his district.
Link: Delegare Cory McCray


Medicine for Real Women
Host: Dr. Stephanie Given, MD

Show 1: Urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction in women (24:52) Guest: Dr. R. Mark Ellerkman is the Director of the Urogynecology Division in The Institute for Gynecologic Care at Mercy Medical Center.
Link: Dr. R. Mark Ellerkman

Medical Research Update Local medical institutions discuss cancer and other medical breakthroughs and update progress.
Channel: Business/Medical
Coming Soon!!

On My Stoop with Ray!
Channel: Local/Politics
Host: Ray Blankenheim

Show 1 Politics with Big Ed Schoberline (1:13.17), local American history aficionado.

Show 2 Muscle Cars (48:05) with Gil Spirlet owner of G&S Auto Upholstery.
Link: GS Auto Upholstery

Show 3 Baltimore City local heritage (1:10.39) Guest, Ellen Van Karajan, Director of the Fells Point/Federal Preservation Society.
Link: Preservation Society

Show 4: A How to on starting a major community driven effort with Guest Fells Prospect President Victor Corbin (56:17)
Link: Fells Prospect Community Association

Show 5: Lisa Shenkle, Animal advocate, (46:06) Baltimore Style Magazine blogger and publisher of Penn 2 Pratt talks about issues relating to animal shelters, pet rescue groups and legislation.
Link: Lisa Shenkle Penn2Pratt

Technology Forum
Channel: Business/Technology
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Culture Tech Festival a festival of arts, culture and technology with worldwide attendence in Northern Ireland (30:00)
Link: Culture Tech

Show 2: International Technology interview with pioneer Gary Hoover (46:40) creater of the world’s largest Internet-based provider of information about enterprises,

At the age of 30, serial entrepreneur, Gary Hoover created pioneering book superstore BOOKSTOP, which helped change the nature of book shopping in America. His company was sold to Barnes & Noble for $41.5 million cash when it was 7 years old. He then began the company that became Hoover’s, the world’s largest Internet-based provider of information about enterprises. covers thousands of companies around the world. In July of 1999, Hoover’s went public and in March of 2003, the company was purchased by Dun & Bradstreet for $117 million. He talks about his career and starting The Spark, a museum of innovation in Austin Texas.
Link: Hoovers, a D&B Company


Tourism Talk with the Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA)
Host: Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

The Baltimore Song written by Chris Riehl (4:14)

Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA) Promos:

Promo 1 (00:20) Promo 2 (00:19) Promo 3 (00:14)

Show 1: Intro to Baltimore Tourism Association (12:29) with Nora Campbell, BTA President
Link: Baltimore Tourism Association

Show 2: Ripley's Believe It or Not in Baltimore (14:01) Guest, Nora Campbell- General Manager of Ripley’s in Baltimore
Link: Ripley's Believe It or Not Baltimore

Show 3: Howl at the Moon in Baltimore (11:06) Guest, Jennifer Winters- Sales and Events Manager of Howl at the Moon in Baltimore
Link: Howl at the Moon Baltimore

Show 4: Baltimore Rent-A-Tour (10:00) BTA President Nora Campbell interviews Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour
Link: Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

Show 5: Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower (12:45) Guest, Betsy Stone, Leasing Administrator/Exhibitions, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower talks about its provision of studio spaces for visual and literary artists and the rich history of the tower.
Link: Bromo Seltzer Tower

Show 6:National Aquarium (14:30) Guest, Kate Hendrickson, Media Relations Manager for the National Aquarium talks about their programs and their conservation goals.
Link: National Aquarium

Show 7: Sleep Inn & Suites in Baltimore (10:53) Guest, Sales Manager Tyler Cary talks about the boutique hotel’s amenities it’s close proximity to tourism areas and Johns Hopkins Hospital to include medical tourism.
Link: Sleep Inn & Suites Baltimore

Show 8: Watermark Cruises (13:25) Guest, Director of Sales & Marketing April O’Brien, talks about the Baltimore and Annapolis cruises her company provides and the upcoming season.
Link: Watermark Cruises

Show 9: Urban Pirates (14:05) Guest, General Manager Adam Sahhar, talks about their unique pirate themed cruises and plans for the launch of the new season in April.
Link: Urban Pirates

Show 10: Baltimore Water Taxi (15:10) Laura Anzivino, Director of Sales & Marketing for the Baltimore Water Taxi, a Baltimore tradition for 35 years talks about their routes and what’s coming up in the new season.
Link: Baltimore Water Taxi

Show 11: Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture (16:18) Guest, Helen Yuen, Director of Marketing, talks about the programs they offer that features Maryland’s African American history and culture
Link: Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture

Show 12: Spirit Cruises (13:12) Guest, Beth Sanchez, Director of Sales for Spirit Cruises discusses the Baltimore afternoon and evening cruises and the offerings from their new celebrity chef.
Link: Spirit Cruises

Show 13: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (17:05) Guest, Lesley Malin, Managing Director of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company talks about the company’s move to their new theatre in Baltimore in September 2014, upcoming productions and their ongoing outdoor summer program in Howard County.
Link: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company


Tourist on the Spot
Channel: Tourism
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Visiting Tajikistan Investigative Reporters visit Baltimore. (1:05.38)

This Week In Baltimore Updated weekly general news in tourism and business.
Channel: Tourism & Business
Coming Soon!!

Urban Mom Urban Myth
Channel: Local/Interests
Host: Janice Kaufmann

Show 1: Raising children in the city (32:00) Stephanie Given discusses her choice. She will host future programs.

Show 2 - Fathers in the City (36:11) Stephanie Given talks to motorcycle mechanic Bernie Fieden about being a father raising his kids in the city

Show 3 - Charter school development and success (37:55) Guest Mark Gaither principal of the Wolfe St Academy

Show 4: Crime issues and a school visit from our Mayor (29:00) Stephanie talks about the Mayor visiting Wolfe St Academy, the recent shooting, issues around her children’s freedom in the neighborhood and the upcoming holidays.


Veterans Artist Program
Channel: Local/Arts
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Guests Josh Davidson and Jeremy Paris talk about their organization that provides guidance to Veterans who are seeking a career in the arts. (1:09.20)
Link: Veteran Artist Program

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