From L to R: State Senator Antonio Hayes and State Senator Cory McCray. (Photo by Linda Tucker)

The city turned out to celebrate the return of the Rev. Anthony McCarthy to the airwaves of Morgan State University’s WEAA 88.9FM, along with Carla Willis, to co host “Two Way Talk,” Monday through Friday, 5-7 p.m. McCarthy is an ordained minister, an accomplished writer and editor, and he has served as communications officer to many mayors of Baltimore City.

But when McCarthy takes to the airwaves, he most gently calms ruffled callers, eases first timers, straightens confused messages, all the while telling the story just as it is with complete authority and authenticity. He’s back. And the city is glad.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon. (Photo by Linda Tucker) L to R: Karen Miller, CEO Karen Miller Consulting, Kevin Brown, owner of Nancy’s, Valerie Frailing, Baltimore socialite, Betty Clark, community leader and educator, Rosa Pryor-Trusty, columnist and author. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Playwrite, author and former AFRO reporter Ursula Battle. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Former federal prosecutor Thiru Vignaraja. (Photo by Linda Tucker) L to R: Former Baltimore City Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa, Syntyche Walker, former city councilman Carl Stokes. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Nancy’s restaurant owner Kevin Brown and artist Alma Brown. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Former Maryland Delegate Salima Siler Marriott-Gibbs. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Former Housing Official and community advocate Danice Jones Dorsey and WEAA General Manager Robert Shahid. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Rosa “Rambling Rose” Pryor-Trusty and her husband Shorty Trusty. (Photo by Linda Tucker) Maryland State NAACP President Willie Flowers. (Photo by Linda Tucker)