This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Greg Ostrowski. Greg is the Managing Partner at Annapolis' premier money management firm Scarborough Capital Management and is also a proud West Annapolitan. Over a few glasses of wine, he and others came up with the idea to put together The West Annapolis Gathering and Music Festival, which will be on May 14, 2016 and is planned to be a yearly event in May. Ticket sales benefit the Anne Arundel Medical Center. Greg also discusses growing up in Annapolis, his interactions with former Mayor Al Hopkins and how his firm is helping Annapolitans manage their money. Greg is a proud dad of three, husband and Villanova University alum. (Go 'Cats! Says the host of this podcast.)
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This week on The Annapolis Podcast: One more round with Liz Murphy, aka "Naptown Pint". From the best bartenders in Annapolis, to best food/beer pairings, to what the Naptown Pint's Chick & Ruth's Sandwich would be, we drink up all she has to offer. Liz discusses her favorite nonbeer alcohol too. We touch on restaurants galore in this episode. This is a must listen for any Annapolitan who enjoys good food, folks and fun.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is the illusturious Joe Barsin. Joe and his wife Eva are the graphic designers behind myriad iconic Maryland images, such as the Chesapeake Bay Plate, The Eastport Yacht Clubt Lights Parade branding and The Annapolis Film Festival branding. His wildly popular line of Maryland themed crab flags and mats can be found and seen all over Annapolis. We talk about the Annapolis arts scene and being an entrepreneur in Annapolis. Please share, subscribe and, of course listen to the podcast.
This week's guests are the Anne Arundel Circuit Court judges who are up for election after being appointed by a governor. These current judges are Klavans, McCormack, Schaeffer and Vitale. (They are the "Final Four" on the ballot when you vote.) They all gave great insight on why we should care who are judges are. We talked about their connections to the community. These serious judges have a fun, down-to-earth side that I think you will enjoy listening to.
In the beginning of the podcast, I explain the rigorous and thorough vetting process each of them undertook to become appointed judges. These judges had to apply and interview with various specialty bars representing various ethnic, racial and gender groups, legislators and community organizations before they were able to meet with the nominating commission. The 13 member Nominating Commission was made up of Republican, Democrat and Independents, lawyers and non-lawyers who then aske questions of the candidates before the commission then determined if they were qualified to be placed on a list that was forwarded to the Governor.
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This week I put together a sound compilation on the recent Annapolis Film Festival. I interview Dominque Purdy, the writer and star of "Driving While Black" and ask him on his thoughts on Annapolis. Then we hear from the stars of "Becoming Bulletproof,' where a group of actors with and without disabilities gather in Los Angelos to film BULLETPROOF, a comedy Western complete with saloon brawls and scheming villains. The lead actor has Williams Syndrome and hails from Maryland. Next we hear from the director's of the film festival's films, including the Director of Blair Witch Project and a female director's perspective. Finally, we hear from Rob Reiner, famed director of Princess Bride on the American Premier of "Being Charlie," a film loosely base on him and his son, Nick Reiner's coping with addiction. The Annapolis Film Festival has quickly become acclaimed and well known through Hollywood circles. This year's "Best of Fest" films were exceptional and unforgettable. Enjoy these sounds and check out the festival next year. Please share this with any of your film buff friends via social media.
In today's episode, I say farewell, talk about some prestigous past guests this past year and I talk about Snapchat in Annapolis. Follow me @smacmullan.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Mike Keller. Mike is a longtime member and current Chair of The Annapolis Human Relations Commission. The Commission accepts and reviews complaints on discrimination, makes recommendations regarding legislation and does community outreach. As always, we discuss the past, present and future of this commission, which was created in the early '60s. Mike has had a unique perspective of working closely with at least 6 Annapolis Mayors through the years, and we discuss their styles and effectiveness. We also talk about the commissions recent Report and Recommendations submitte to City Council on the "Relations Between Annapolis Police and the Community." Hint: Annapolis is no Ferguson, Missouri or even Baltimore for that matter. Please listen, subscribe and share this important interview with interested Annapolitans.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Patti White. Patti is the Co-Founder and Festival Director of The Annapolis Film Festival. Patti previously produced for the CBS program 60 Minutes and she is currently a principal for her production company called Filmsters LLC. We talk about how the film festival started (in the backroom of the 49 West Coffeehouse), what to expect from this year's film festival (March 29 - April 3, 2016) and the future of the festival. We delve into the unique challenges of starting a film festival in Annapolis and how the Annapolis Film Festival is "Filmmaker Friendly" and "Audience Friendly". We talk about how the experience and escapism of going to the movies will never go away and how the whole experience of going to the movies is becoming more digital.
In this short episode, I talk about a new restaurant in Annapolis, the Anne Arundel County library, the weather, tourists and the obstacle course that is the construction downtown right now.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is the infamous Comedian/Marketer Tim Hamilton. Being the first guest to come on to the podcast twice, Tim doesn't disappoint. After two weeks of the flu, I decided to change this podcast up a bit and go "Barbara Walters" on Tim and walk and talk to him around Annapolis. We bump into the Maryland Senate President, among other local sights and luminaries on our walk of Downtown Annapolis. What happens when we see the Senate President is just something you can't make up.
Caution. Tim has a potty mouth so this one might not be appropriate for everyone.
Easily one of my favorite interviews.
Thanks for your patience. I have had the flu for the past two weeks.
This week's guest is the incomparable Liz Murphy, aka "Naptown Pint." This is a replay episode due to me contracting the Ebola virus last week and fighting to get over it completely this week. If you aren't into beer science and history, fast-forward to Liz's "dream Annapolis bar crawl."
This week's guest is the South Riverkeeper, Jesse Iliff. Jesse talks about water quality, chicken poop, Chesapeake Bay history, what exactly a Riverkeeper is, how climate change is affecting Annapolis and what we can do to mitigate. If you share this episode on social media, I will thank you at the beginning of next week's episode.
Next week on T.A.P.---> Cara McKendrick, "The Annapolis Fork" food blogger dishes on Annapolis grub.
This week's guest is The Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, Wes Adams. As always, we discuss the past, present and future of the guest's position. Wes Adams tells us about what the State's Attorney does exactly. We talk about his transition into office, what his office is presently doing (including his 3 part approach to combat heroin use) to make Anne Arundel County safer and his future plans for the office. As a father, husband and coach to many county children, his goal is to reduce crime in the county through efficient and effective prosecution.
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This week Josh Davidsburg (check out episode 9) guest hosts and interviews Scott MacMullan. Josh asks why Scott started the podcast, what Scott thinks of the Annapolis criminal justice system, why Scott loves Annapolis and, as a criminal defense attorney, what Scott thinks of the smash hit Netflix documentary, "Making a Murderer."
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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Ryan Sears. Ryan is the founder of Survey Snap, Annapolis based software company that serves a national audience. He is also the co-founder of LAUNCH Annapolis, a thriving community of Annapolitan entrepreneurs ("founders, investors and innovative thinkers"). We talk how one would go about starting a business in Annapolis, "From Idea to Revenue." We also talk about the major "players" in the Annapolis entreprenurial scene. Please listen, share and subscribe to the podcast!
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Glenn Campbell. Glen is a Senior Historian with Historic Annapolis and was a part of the Freedom Bound Exhibit team for Historic Annapolis. We delve into the fascinating stories of these "Runaways of the Chesapeake". Please forward this email to any friends of yours to share the podcast.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Liam O'Meara. Liam is the head of Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, a watershed restoration company and is a member of the Baldwin family which runs the Reliable Contracting Company. We talk watershed restoration, developing Annapolis and how free parking spots still cost us. Listen, subscribe and share!
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Reginald Broddie. Reginald is the Founder and CEO of The Annapolis Trust, which serves low-income, first generation-to-college students in Anne Arundel County. He is also the former long-time executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis. Reginald talks about the "Reggie Broddie School of Success" and how education is made for everyone. We discuss everything from affirmative action, to Annapolis gangs, to community policing, to bodycams in Annapolis, to the Market House, in this fascinating episode. Listen, share and subscribe!
Reginald Broddie's Website: The Annapolis Trust
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