Today's guest on the podcast is Delegate Heather Bagnall. We talk about her past and her current legislative priorities in this extraordinary session.
In the 2nd installment of the series "COVID-19, Restaurants and a Safe Anne Arundel County" attorney Jeff Bowman discusses the ins-and-outs of the lawsuit that some Anne Arundel County restaurants filed against the County Executive.
In the first installment of the series "COVID-19, Restaurants and a Safe Anne Arundel County" Brandon Stalker of Evelyn's Place talks about operating a restaurant safely in Anne Arundel County in the time of COVID-19.
Chris Miller of Dangerously Delicious Pies talks about his new pie shop opening on West Street just in-time for Thanksgiving.
Today's guest is attorney Joe Donahue. Mr. Donahue was the lead Plaintiffs' attorney in the recent lawsuit against the City of Annapolis over housing discrimination. Annapolis paid $900,000.00 and is beholden to certain conditions as a result of the lawsuit. Scott and Joe discuss.
Last night community activity Brooks Schandelmeier was appointed to the vacant Ward 5 Alderman seat. We quickly chat pre-coffee the morning after his appointment interview about who he is and his plans to represent Ward 5.
Today's guest are Maestro Jose-Luis Novo and Edgar Herrera of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. When COVID-19 hit, the orchestra had to get creative! How could the ASO deliver top notch performances in a safe and accessible manner? This led to the development of Symphony+, a comprehensive virtual platform powered by Vimeo. The All-Access Household Pass for Symphony+ is $99. This includes all ASO Live! Masterworks live stream performances, the Holiday Classic concert, six pre-concert ASO Chats and unlimited ASO RePlay. A single ASO Live! Household ticket for real-time viewing of one concert is $49. Tickets are available beginning September 8, at AnnapolisSymphony.org/VirtualSeries or the box office at 410.263.0907.
Today Carroll Hynson, Jr., a prominent black man, and Scott MacMullan, a younger white man, discuss their generational and cultural differences and similarities. Sex, drugs and rock & roll are discussed. This is the first in a series between this seemingly odd couple's friendship.
This week's guest is Darren Smith. Read more about his experience in his book about his incarceration "Behind the Walls"
Well educated. Rewarding career. World traveler. An all-around well-rounded individual. These are a few of the notions that come to mind when friends, family, peers and acquaintances speak about Darren Smith.
On March 15th 2019, Darren Smith became inmate #1474625, as he was sentenced to 60 days in the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Annapolis, MD for a DUI conviction. Suddenly, Darren goes from living in a world without limitation, full of promise and adventure, to being in a state of absolute confinement. All the while, his career, and the resources he's worked to attain up to this point, are hanging in the balance.
30 For 30: The Writings Behind the Wall is the personal account of each day Darren spent being incarcerated. Revealing, compelling, and insightful, 30 For 30 explores it all, from Darren's daily rituals, interactions with other inmates, analysis of stories, books and current events, his time spent as a jail employee, and much more. Taken directly from the journal he kept while inside (and expanded upon once released), this intimate, extremely detailed and introspective account of Darren's time behind bars provides a front row seat to watch as he navigates, and ultimately perseveres, through the most difficult moment of his life.
Today's guest is Comptroller Peter Franchot. The Comptroller, who is running for Governor of Maryland, recognizes some Annapolis community heroes. We discuss MD's Tax Free Week, education, social justice issues, budget cuts, mail-in voting. facilitating homeownership for minorities, helping small business owners by streamlining permits/regulations and incentives for people to come work remotely in Maryland. The Comptroller mentions that he would like to see alcohol delivery continue after the pandemic!
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Leigh Rand, the Annapolis Rotary Club Crab Feast Chair this year and owner of FastSigns Annapolis, is today's guest on The Annapolis Podcast.
The Rotary Club of Annapolis will hold “Rotary Crabs To Go!” a drive-through crab and corn fundraiser at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Friday, August 7, 2020.
This year, “Rotary Crabs To Go!” will replace the Club’s traditional crab feast held annually at the stadium on the first Friday in August. While the coronavirus crisis has made the traditional gathering of 2,000 guests impractical this year due to social distancing requirements, the funds generated by the event to benefit the community are more important than ever.
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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.