Monthly Archives: January 2013

A Reporter’s Tour of Baltimore – (A Note from David Michael Ettlin)

I can’t remember exactly when or how it began, except for the obvious – that journalism is largely committed by nomads who are raised and educated somewhere else. I was a relatively rare bird, a city native and lifelong Baltimore resident. Even so, when I was hired by the Sunpapers as a newsroom clerk in […]

Jan. 14, 2013, “The Marc Steiner Show” – Mali in Turmoil French troops in armored personnel carrier leaving Mali’s capital, Bamako. We turn to Mali, in the wake of France’s air campaign against Malian rebels over the weekend. You will hear in-depth commentary and analysis from: Veteran journalist Sunni Khalid Abayomi Azikiwe , Editor of the Pan African News Wire; and Dr. Sulayman S. Nyang, professor and […]

Memories of Cairo…

For many years, I have made countless and futile attempts to describe the Oriental charm, magical attraction and the sheer wonder of living in Cairo to my family and friends. Suffice it to say that Cairo is not simply a location, or a specific set of geographic coordinates on a map. And it is much […]