Scott MacMullan reads and comments on The Annapolis Capital Newspaper.
Natalie Franke is this week's guest. Natalie is the co-founder of the Rising Tide Society, an organization empowering creatives that has its genesis and roots in Annapolis. Natalie is also the Head of Community for Honeybook. We talk about her beginnings as a photographer struggling to grow her business and how she built the Rising Tide Society, which was acquired by Honeybook a few years. When that happened she become Head of Community for Honeybook and moved to San Francisco. Now she is back home in Annapolis continuing her position with Honeybook. She explains how she runs a meeting, among other interesting and useful information for creatives. Natalie is an incredible inspiration and we are blessed to have her back in town!
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This is an excerpt from the forthcoming Natalie Franke podcast interview. Natalie is a community builder, entrepreneur and a co-founder of the Rising Tide Society.
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Eric Elston is a native Annapolitan who taught at Annapolis High Schol for 17 years mentoring many students. Recently, him and a former student of his produced an animated music video for Jay-Z.
Renowned Annapolitan Artist and Community Leader Tony Spender talks Freetown Founding, Fire Department Civil Rights Fight, Leslie Stanton, Carl Snowden, School Board Experiences, Annapolis Restaurants (Old and New)
Current Annapolis Ward 7 Alderman, family man, past whistle blower, former city employee, current county employee and lifelong activist, Rob Savidge joins us this week.
Capital Gazette Newspaper Staff Writer Chase Cook talks about his life before, during and after the tragic newsroom shootings on June 28, 2018.
Chase Cook's Twitter Account: @chaseacook
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This week's guest is Erik Michelsen. Erik is the Anne Arundel County Administrator of the Watershed Protection and Restoration Program (WPRP).
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This week's guest is Jessie Dunleavy. Jessie's son was kicked out of treatment, couldn't find treatment and resorted to street drugs all within a few days. This is Jessie's story and fight to find substance users adequate access to treatment.
This week's guest is Jack Turner. Jack is an environmental advocate and renowned wildlife photographer. Through September of 2018 you can find his work at 49 West Coffeehouse.
This week's guest is Vince Leggett, the founder of the Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation. Vince is a history book of knowledge on the Bay. We discuss Tubman, Douglas, Black Annapolitan Watermen, Admirals of the Chesapeake, WaterWOMEN and pirates. Please listen, share and subscribe!
This is a quick clip of Vince Leggett discussing watermen being on the opposite sides of the track at home but together on the water. Full interview with Vince Leggett, founder of Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation, coming soon.
Here is a quick teaser clip on Vince Leggett's upcoming interview on Blacks of the Chesapeake.
This week's guest is Carroll Hynson, Jr. (previous guest so listen to his first episode here Business Legend Carroll Hynson, Jr.)
Carroll talks about his time working for WANN and for Hoppy Adams at Carr's Beach. He talks about the white cluster of people who attended Carr's Beach. Notably, State Senate President Miller was a part of that crowd. We discuss the parades in Annapolis, the old Maryland Inn jazz scene, gospel music and DJing. Aliens, "scandalous" songs are also discussed. This is a fascinating historic episode about Annapolis, about Annapolis music and about the culture of Annapolis music through the years.
Here is a quick clip on the upcoming interview with Carroll Hynson, Jr. who worked for WANN during the Carr's Beach music boom in Annapolis. Times have changed.
Host Scott MacMullan talks about the future of The Annapolis Podcast and the exciting new partnership for the podcast! We also discuss the Bates Legacy Center and summer league basketball.
This week Ray Hoffmann sits down and interviews Scott MacMullan on his County Council run.
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This week host Scott MacMullan talks to Mary Ostrowski. Mary is an educator for more than 15 years, working as an elementary and high school teacher, an administrator, and most recently as the Head of School for a private school serving grades PK3 - 12 in the Republic of Panama. She recently acquired Weems Creek Nursery School in Annapolis (the founding family had a 46-year run!). Her niche lately has been guiding children and their parents and teachers in nurturing the "soft" skills of learning -- that is, life skills such as organization and time-management, conflict-resolution, analyzing right vs wrong, questioning why, and problem-solving to name a few. Based on her experience teaching, she feels it's these types of skills that are the foundation upon which all academic learning builds. The stronger children are in these life skills, the more organized, confident and resilient they are to manage the ups and downs that come with academic learning. With that passion leading the way, she added a coaching certification to her educational background, and founded Healthy Equation -- a coaching practice supporting the healthy development of children's behavioral and organizational skills through a focus on strategies specific to boys versus girls as based on research of gender learning differences.
Mary gave us some invaluable insight in this episode. Please listen, share and subscribe!
This week host Scott MacMullan interviews V.P. "Mick" Loggins. V.P. is a retired Naval Academy professor and poetry author. He most recently penned the award-winning "The Green Cup." You can order a copy here.
He has written poems about Annapolis, such as "On Cathedral Street" and "On Spa Creek." V.P. is on the City of Annapolis' search committee for a poet laureate. Please listen as V.P. recites a couple of beautiful poems for us!
This week host Scott MacMullan talks to Gwen Manseau. Gwen is the Great Grandaughter of Capt. Philip Van Horn Weems, who is the "Weems" of Weems & Plath, a fine navigational instrument company located in Annapolis. Gwen talks about her family history as it applies to Annapolis. Capt. Philip Van Horn Weems was renowned for his navigational prowess and he rubbed shoulders with Charles Lindbergh.
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Host Scott MacMullan interviews South Riverkeeper Jesse Iliff regarding the recent proposed stadiums in Crownsville. According to Jesse, he is watching this project like a "Bayhawk".
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Host Scott MacMullan interviews Doug Potash, the founder and leader of Equality Anne Arundel County. He talks about the origins of EQUAAC and what it is like to be a gay man in Annapolis. He also tells us how he started the largest Rolling Stones message board in the world. Get ready to rock with "StonesDoug" in this fun episode. Doug's day job is wealth management.
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Host Scott MacMullan is running for County Council in the Annapolis area in 2018. Please vote for Scott and follow him at www.electscottmac.com
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This week host Scott MacMullan talks with Melissa Huston of Annapolis Tours and Crawls
Melissa tells us some twisted Annapolis history and gives us some insight on your local bar "haunts." Please listen, share and subscribe to the podcast!
This week host Scott MacMullan interviews William Rowel & Adetola Ajayi. As native Annapolitans they discuss the community they grew up in within Annapolis and the traditions and culture of their families. We discuss their fight for equity in Annapolis. Finally, we discuss what they believe the future of Annapolis holds. Please listen, share and subscribe to the podcast.