This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Carroll Hynson, Jr. Carroll is the owner of Carroll Hynson & Son, the longest running African American business in Annapolis. He talks about growing up as an African American in Annapolis. Carroll tells stories of how one of his early jobs was drag racing for money. He talks about doing puppet shows at the old Annapolis "White" Library. How his father rose as a prominent businessman and developer in Annapolis is discussed. Mr. Carroll Hynson, Jr is a true inspiration.
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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Phil Davis. Phil covers all things political and business related for The Annapolis Capital Newspaper. To say the least, he was busy this past week covering the election. From the presidential election to the local judges race, we talk about his coverage of the campaigns. We also talk about his coverage of business in Annapolis.
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Next week on The Annapolis Podcast: Carroll Hynson, Jr. owner of the longest running African American business in Annapolis and all around interesting man joins host Scott MacMullan. Carroll might be pushing 80 but don't let that fool you: he has a lot of energy and charisma that I think everyone will enjoy.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Cara McKendrick. Cara is also called "Annapolis Fork" because she is a food blogger. Cara talks to host Scott MacMullan about her passion knowledge of the Annapolis food scene. She talks about trying safron for the first time to her love for one particular bologna sandwich in Annapolis. She describes artichokes, picks her favorite crabcake sandwich, talks "Cheffy Community Colloborations" between restaurants and discusses the evolution of Annapolis food and where she would like the city's food direction to go. Cara describes her dream Annapolis restaurant and tells us where her go-to breakfast, coffee, lunch, happy hour, dinner and late night spots are in Annapolis. WARNING: Some of Cara's food descriptions are not suitable for children. DOUBLE WARNING: Host Scott MacMullan makes two incredibly cheesy/bad jokes in this interview.
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