Security Expert Todd Rosenthal (E-150)

Do we live in dangerous times or are we just being scared by a constant stream of stories and images by a ubiquitous mass media, bent on ratings? Either way, you don’t want to take any chances. You need to be aware of your surroundings at all times and be ready to defend yourself.

John and Tim sit down with Todd Rosenthal, a security expert currently working as security director for a multinational government contractor, who has been trained in all aspects of personal security. We talk about what you can do to keep you and your family safe at home, at work, and while out and about. Do you think you know what to do in a crisis? You’d better.

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What does a new City Dock look like? We talk with the people that are shaping it. (E-149)

City Dock in Annapolis has been studied to death. About the only thing that everyone can agree upon is that a parking lot is not the best use.

Last year, after a political firestorm placed City Dock on an endangered watchlist by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the parties came together. The City of Annapolis, the non-profit Historic Annapolis, and all of the various constituents (92 of them) have been working for nearly a year to re-imagine the area and are about to release that plan for adoption and implementation.

This plan has a great chance of working for a number of reasons. Have a listen as we talk about it with Eileen Fogarty and Bill Kardash who are the co-chairs of the City Dock Action Committee!

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And hey, check out the Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief!  Ten minutes every day at noon (soon to be 7am) will bring you up to speed on all the LOCAL issues, sports, weather, events and opinions in Annapolis and  Anne Arundel County.  Here’s your link… http://bit.ly/EOA-DNB

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You can also  hit us up on Twitter at @MDCrabsPodcast. We have no lives, so hearing from listeners really makes our day.

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100 Thing to Do in Annapolis and the Eastern Shore Before You Die (E-148)


We all have bucket lists. Tim wants to find proper New York pizza in Maryland. John would love to find a podcasting partner who isn’t allergic to work. We can all dream. But “100 Things to Do in Annapolis and the Eastern Shore Before You Die” by Susan Moynihan is the ultimate Maryland bucket list!

Susan moved to Annapolis when she was 13, and her best coming-of-age memories are here. She moved to NYC after college, but Annapolis was always home, albeit for shorter bits of time: Christmas break, two weeks in summer, spring or fall weekends as work and life allowed.

In 2018 she moved back to Annapolis, and found her hometown familiar, but different. She wanted to get to know it on a deeper level, so she went to her go-to: writing. She spent six months researching this book, driving all over Annapolis and the Eastern Shore, talking to old friends and making new ones, revisiting longtime favorites and searching out surprises.

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NOTE: We are now on Spotify!  Check it out!

And hey, check out the Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief!  Ten minutes every day at noon (soon to be 7am) will bring you up to speed on all the LOCAL issues, sports, weather, events and opinions in Annapolis and  Anne Arundel County.  Here’s your link… http://bit.ly/EOA-DNB

WHERE TO FIND US

You can find us on pretty much any podcatcher or place where you listen to your podcasts. But here are the biggies:

And while there, please take a moment to give us a 5-Star Rating and some constructive criticism. It really helps getting the word out about the podcast!

Wanna touch base? Got a suggestion? Criticism? Want to be a guest? Have an idea for a guest? Be a co-host? …send us an email at info@themarylandcrabs.com

You can also  hit us up on Twitter at @MDCrabsPodcast. We have no lives, so hearing from listeners really makes our day.

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CRABCAKE: Atlas Obscura (October 2019)

This is a Crabcake from The Maryland Crabs! What is a Crabcake? Well, it’s a very short snippet of something you need to know. It might be 5 minutes long..or it might be 20. In any event, enjoy your Maryland Crabcake!

Atlas Obscura is a global community of explorers, who have together created a comprehensive database of the world’s most wondrous places and foods —19,554 of them contributed by their community so far, and more every day. Their website is a treasure trove of adventures, events, and fascinating places all over the the world…including here in Maryland! If you are tired of the same old day trips around the area, Atlas Obscura is a website that absolutely need to visit right away!

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Thank you to Ann Alsina, principal at Covington-Alsina in Annapolis, for allowing Tim to take over your conference room for a couple of hours. And we apologize in advance, because he plans on making a habit out of it.

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If you are just joining us…. every week, our full episodes drop at noon on Thursdays. We have smaller Crabcake episodes that will drop whenever we damn well please!  Make sure you check out some (or all) of our previous episodes? You really should. They could change your life. Granted, your life would have to be pretty bad. But still, we have some gems you will want to check out!

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Our New Annapolis Police Chief, Edward Jackson (E-145)

The new Annapolis Police Chief Edward Jackson might be new in town, but he is a seasoned veteran when it comes to law enforcement, as he spent twenty years in the Baltimore Police Department, working his way up from a officer walking the beat to colonel. Chief Jackson marks a change in tack by Mayor Gavin Buckley who wanted a chief who could connect with the community and identify the subtleties of policing a town as diverse and unique as Annapolis.

John and Tim sat down with Chief Jackson to talk about where he came from and what he sees as his role as Annapolis’ top cop. How will his strategy be different from his predecessors? What does community policing look like under his leadership? Why would he agree to sit down with us, considering The Curse of the Maryland Crabs in regards to police chiefs? Can Tim hold his gun? We answer all of these questions and more!

Links:

NOTE:We are now on Spotify!  Check it out!

And hey, check out the Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief!  Ten minutes every day at noon (soon to be 7am) will bring you up to speed on all the LOCAL issues, sports, weather, events and opinions in Annapolis and  Anne Arundel County.  Here’s your link… http://bit.ly/EOA-DNB

WHERE TO FIND US

You can find us on pretty much any podcatcher or place where you listen to your podcasts. But here are the biggies:

And while there, please take a moment to give us a 5-Star Rating and some constructive criticism. It really helps getting the word out about the podcast!

Wanna touch base? Got a suggestion? Criticism? Want to be a guest? Have an idea for a guest? Be a co-host? …send us an email at info@themarylandcrabs.com

You can also  hit us up on Twitter at @MDCrabsPodcast. We have no lives, so hearing from listeners really makes our day.

If you want to find us, click on the links below:

Personally, on Twitter, find John at @eyeonannapolis

And Tim has been put on a Twitter time out.