Today's guest is Alex Pline. He is a member of "Team Pline" based here out of Annapolis.
Team Pline is the team of Alex and Lisa Pline in Annapolis MD. We love it here and advocate to maintain Annapolis’ livable “small city” feel. While we have day jobs, we are passionate about the about the city and the things that keep people here – good public schools, walkable/bikeable neighborhoods and of course the sailing scene.
Follow their blog: https://teampline.org/
Today's guest is Devon Brown who is the co-founder of Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives.
Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives (ACBP) was founded in January of 2020. It was created as an effort to give Black and Brown people a more inclusive seat at the table when it comes to initiating policy that affects their everyday lives in the city of Annapolis and throughout the state of Maryland.
Scott talks Reopening the Local Economy, our Health and Racism in Annapolis
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.
Author and Annapolitan Jessie Dunleavy talks about the memoir she wrote that tells the story of her son, Paul, a boy whose learning differences constrained his connections with others and whose poetry depicts an inner life otherwise unknown, and her staunch advocacy for him, from the fight to obtain an appropriate education through the fight for his life as he entered the harrowing world of addiction. Cover My Dreams in Ink will be released June 1, 2020.
Today's guest is therapist Meredith Braden. She discusses some tips for you and your family on staying mentally healthy during this pandemic. Teletherapy is now being used for therapy clients.
Today I talked to journalist Josh Davidsburg about the media reporting on the coronavirus. We talk about popular culture movies, TV shows and video games. Josh Davidsburg is an award-winning broadcast journalist, documentary filmmaker
Today's guest is Monica Alvarado of Bread and Butter Kitchen in Eastport. She discusses the #feedannearundel initiative and how it is a win-win-win for Anne Arundel. This idea came from the organization Anne Arundel Communities Together (ACT). ACT is working in conjunction with a cohort of restaurants across the county and they have partnered with the Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth, & Families to address food insecurity in our community. The idea is simple: pay restaurants across Anne Arundel County to prepare healthy, nutritious meals for those in our community in need. While this is by no means a profitable venture, the end results create a win-win-win: We are keeping people fed, keeping people employed, and keeping businesses afloat.
Contribute and help out:
Follow their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FeedAnneArundel/
My thoughts on Coronavirus for Annapolis and my family
Mary Etzel of the Flag House Inn discusses his traditional Bed & Breakfast viewpoint in the Great AirBnB debate and the right of other viewpoints to exist.
Ward One Resident Association member Mark Mhley tells us how he doesn't want Annapolis to become the next Disneyland.
This is part 2 of the Great Annapolis AirBnB debate.
Part 3 of the Great Annapolis AirBnB debate is coming soon with Mark Etzel of the Flag House Inn: https://www.flaghouseinn.com/
This week on the Annapolis Podcast class is in session with Little Airbnb activist and Naval Academy Professor Susan Marguiles.
Part 2 of the the Great Annapolis AirBnB Debate will be with Mark Mhley, a member of the Ward One Residents Association.
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Community Activist and D30 Democratic Club President Brooks Schandelmeier discusses City, County, State and National Politics. Brooks makes an announcement in the first couples of minutes of the episode.
Joyce Edelson of the Parole Rotary Club talks to Scott MacMullan about her new book "Memories and History of Parole Area." Email the Parole Rotary Club to purchase the book at email@example.com
Annapolis Area District 30 Senator Sarah Elfreth talks about the upcoming Maryland General Assembly Session. Take a listen and become informed!
Today host Scott MacMullan interviews journalist, videographer and director, Josh Davidsburg about his new documentary, "The Queen of the Capital" Check out the awesome trailer here: https://queenofthecapital.com/
Take a listen to Scott MacMullan's interview with Ron Stafford of CRAB Radio. (The Annapolis Podcast airs taped episodes every morning from 8am - 9am on CRAB Radio, a production of Anne Arundel County Public Schools)
Former Mayor Ellen Moyer discusses the fascinating history of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay. We also discuss parallels between the plight of the oyster industry and the deforestation of Anne Arundel County.
Today's guest is historian Janice Hayes-Williams. Janice discusses how she found the displaced remains of Asbury Methodist Church founder Smith Price and how detectives have reconstructed a picture of what he would have looked like from analyzing his skull. Janice also discusses slavery in Annapolis.
The Doctors are on call! Dr. Linda Hicks-Boyd and Dr. Patsy Baker Blackshear of The Annapolis Chapter of Links, Incorporated, which is one of the oldest and largest volunteer organizations of women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the cultural and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.
More information on the Joyce P. McManus Music Grant available to local students can be found here: www.annapolislinks.org
Today's guest is the Arundel Rivers Federation's South Riverkeeper Jesse Iliff.
To learn more about and to support the Arundel Rivers Federation, go to: https://www.arundelrivers.org/
This week's guest is Dave Gendell. Dave is a lifelong Annapolis sailor and U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captain, who co-founded Spinsheet, a Chesapeake Bay Sailing Magazine and publishing company.
Dave is a local maritime historian who has extensively researched and written about the Annapolis waterfront scene during World War II. We talk about this era's fascinating history as well as the more recent Annapolis "Wednesday Night Races" scene.
Follow Dave on Twitter: @dgendell
"Float Plan" = Long Range Plan
Today's guest is Jonathan Stone. John is a longtime Annapolis busker and award-winning bossanova guitarist, who regularly plays at 49 West Coffeehouse on the weekends. John was recently featured in the late Rob Hiassen's book "Float Plan." We talk about the liveaboard controversy in Annapolis waters. We also talk about Martin O'Malley's abilities as a busker.
With the vacancy in Ward 6, a special election has been called. Dajuan Gay is the first announced candidate interviewed. The other candidates are Democrat Yiannes Kacoyianni and Republican George Gallagher. Each candidate will be asked the same questions. Please listen, share and subscribe to the podcast.
Today's guest is attorney Joe Donahue. Joe is a longtime Annapolitan who went to the Naval Academy then became an attorney who recently filed a detailed federal lawsuit claiming racial discrimination and substandard living conditions against the City of Annapolis. We discuss the basics of the lawsuit, the history of African Americans in Annapolis leading up to this lawsuit and African American businesses in Annapolis then and now. For more background on this lawsuit, the complaint can be found here.