In this episode of Reflections on Life, Liz interviews Kellyn Mahan, a recent addition to the board of the Little Patuxent Review (LPR). Kellyn speaks of her love of and commitment to good literature and its role in bringing the humanistic perspective to our lives today, in contrast to so much currently going on in our troubled world. They are joined by Brian England who chairs the board of LPR and shares Kellyn’s love of literature.
In today's episode Liz interviews Steve Stewart, a resident of Columbia and former head of the Maryland prison education system. They spoke about improvements that need to be made so that prisoners can proceed with their lives in the most beneficial possible way to our society and to others. We need to give them the support they need so that they can live full and productive lives.
Welcome to "Reflections on Life". In this episode Liz interviews Al Bassler who was born and lived on the land now occupied by Howard Community College and Howard County General Hospital. Al recounts what life was like for him as a young boy living and working on a farm of more than 100 acres. He also sheds light on the skilled and conscientious manner in which Jim Rouse went about buying up the land on which he built the New Town of Columbia, Maryland.
Welcome to "Reflections on Life". In this episode Liz interviews Brian England, Chairperson of the Board of the publication "Little Patuxent Review", a literary journal. Liz also serves as a member of that Board. The Review was first published in the very beginning years of Jim Rouse's Columbia.