Welcome to the Annapolis Podcast. From 1649 to present times, every cobblestone of this seaport city has a story to tell. Please join Scott MacMullan for conversations with prominent Annapolitans to discuss these historic and contemporary stories.
The Annapolis Podcast is produced and hosted by Scott MacMullan. Contact Scott with any questions or comments.
NEW "Dangerously Delicious" PIE SHOP on West Street!
Chris Miller of Dangerously Delicious Pies talks about his new pie shop opening on West Street just in-time for Thanksgiving.
Attorney Joe Donahue Discusses the City of Annapolis Housing Discrimination Lawsuit Settlement
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.
Lawsuit Complaint, Study and Exhibits
Newly-Appointed Ward 5 Alderman Brooks Schandelmeier
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.
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in Your Underwear!
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. Tickets are available beginning September 8, at AnnapolisSymphony.org/VirtualSeries or the box office at 410.263.0907.
"Then and Now" with an Older Black Guy and Younger White Guy
Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll in Annapolis - Feature 1
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.
Behind the Walls of the Jennifer Road Detention Center with Darren Smith
This week's guest is Darren Smith. His book 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. Buy his book: https://www.amazon.com/30-30-Writings-Behind-Wall/dp/1947741535
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great insight and interviews
Great topics and guests. This podcast gives insight into the people making things happen in Annapolis. I look forward to each new episode that pops up, keep up the good work!
Was so hopeful about this podcast, which covers the local current events and issues that I want to learn more about, often with great guests. Unfortunately, the hosts are more interested in listening to themselves and airing their rants, that it's easy to lose track of whether to not they have a guest. A little curiosity from the hosts would go a long way toward improving this podcast.
People, politics and history
Scott has a diverse array of guests from well known public figures to others who aren't in the public spotlight. What they all have in common is they have unique stories to tell, and perspectives that are informative and often funny. Even as a longtime local, I am learning a lot I never knew about our community. A topical and well produced podcast.