A fascinating conversation with Robert Clarke and Donna Ware of Historic Annapolis, a nonprofit charged with preserving Annapolis. We look at what this nonprofit does, and, through this, we get into talking about the legendary Paca House, owned by William Paca, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. We also touch on midshipmen dating in Annapolis through the years and "The History of Annapolis in 99 Objects," an exhibit that Historic Annapolis has coming soon. (Roger Staubach gear is included as an object.)
Historic Annapolis Website: www.annapolis.org
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Scenic #drone Aerial Video/Photos of Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic region and more!
David Butts and Larry Rogers are the owners and founders of Midatlantic Aerial.
They use Drones or UAVs to take pictures from Annapolis.
They have a substantial local presence on Facebook and Twitter
They have taken pictures of the Maryland State House (over 180 Ft High).
Somebody tried to fly a drone/model aircraft outside of the White House.
Their drones they use are the Phantom 2 and Phantom 3 models.
What’s the difference between a drone and a model airplane?
How much do these drones cost?
Other uses of these drones other than for pictures.
We talk about how slow the Federal Aviation Administration is with enforcing laws.
How drones are used in Anne Arundel County.
Opportunities to shoot with their drones in other a
More video of Downtown Annapolis is coming.
Photos and Videos contributed by Larry Rogers will be labeled as LCR. Photos and Videos from David Butts will be labeled as DMB. Photos and videos from others will be labled accordingly.
Dan Alagna and Amy Chase of Free Range Improv discussed how they have been making Annapolis laugh for about three years now. Their comedy improvisational troupe is cut from the same cloth as "Whose Line Is It Anyway." We talk about how improv is just what the doctor ordered for Annapolitans, their businesses, their nonprofits and for our troops. We talk about the history of improv from Chicago's Second City to present times. Finally, we discuss how improvisational skills can help out local businesses. Free Range Improv is a local group helping other local groups. This episode will put a smile on your face!