This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland—a great new hotel on the city’s waterfront. Joining the program is Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, who speaks about Baltimore’s renaissance and how the city has been transformed. It’s a story of Baltimore’s dedication to preserving—and then presenting—its history. It’s also about the transformation of the city, including telling the story of Frederick Douglass and the Star-Spangled Banner. He also discusses the remaining cobblestone streets of the city. Jerry Trice, Executive Chef of Gunther & Co., talks about the revolution of the food scene in Baltimore and how it goes beyond the stereotypical crab cakes. Kathy Horning discusses Light City, the innovative festival of nearly two miles of original art and artists from around the world. Jack Cover, General Curator of Living Exhibits at the National Aquarium, chats about the interactive museum—ranging from petting moon jellyfish to reconnecting people to nature. There’s all of this and more, as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore.
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