Introduction to Ray Blankenheim (34:38) and his show On My Stoop with Ray!
Tricorder Data Systems Spot (1:00)
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 GS 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
Show 1: Guest, Neil Franklin, Executive Director, of Law Enforcement agaist Prohibation (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
Show 2: Programs that advance community and economic development in Baltimore. (22:31) Neighborhood Development 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.
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
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