Happy Labor Day folks!
We’re celebrating by taking the day off and putting on a couple choice interviews that you might have missed earlier this summer.
At noon, we have an in-depth look at the history of the Pentagon. The interview is with Steve Vogel, a reporter at The Washington Post and author of a book fittingly called The Pentagon: A History. It actually has a longer, second subtitle as well: The Untold Story of the Wartime Race to Build The Pentagon – And to Restore It Sixty Years Later.
At one, we have a guest who should need little introduction, Michael Chabon. Here him talk about his novels, including The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay and his most recent book, The Yiddish Policemen’s Union, as well as his enthusiasm for Barack Obama and plenty more.
Also, keep an eye on our website this week for the premier of a new section featuring behind the scenes videos of the campaigns leading up to the Baltimore Primary Elections, and our coverage of them. We’re all thrilled to see the dialogue taking place here after the mayoral debate on Tuesday.. hope to see more as the election draws near.
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