Billion Dollar Contruction Projects? Annapolis Engineers discuss…

guest lecturer Dr. Robert Pond, Associate Dean of Loyola University will be discusing the legal, social and technical considerations of a billion dollar tunnel construction project.

Annapolis During Commissioning Week

New residents have popped up all around my neighborhood along with out-of-state license plates on unfamiliar cars and congratulatory banners and signs posted on house railings and atop porticoes. It is after all, commissioning week, time to brace myself for the thundering sounds overhead of the Blue Angels. The noise makes my dog Grace,a goldenContinue reading “Annapolis During Commissioning Week”

Bicycles and Prom Night

What do bicycles and prom have to do with one another? Well both Bicycle to Work Day and the Annapolis High School Prom take place this Friday on May 2lst. I’m going to talk about prom first because it’s been on my mind for the past several weeks, if not longer. Senior proms have beenContinue reading “Bicycles and Prom Night”

Opera, Homes & Gardens, Kent Island Days

While you are on the Eastern side of the Bay Bridge head up towards Talbot County for the Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage Tour that takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. I attended the Pilgrimage Tour that was held last year in Centreville

Annapolis Scavenger Hunt

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you already know I try to walk downtown to the Annapolis City Dock everyday, so yes I do know where the lovely victorian piece of glass pictured above is located, however if you check out the 24 other photos on the web posted by the AnnapolisContinue reading “Annapolis Scavenger Hunt”

Love, Croquet, Books, Fishing

There are so many things going on this weekend in Annapolis, it is hard to know where to begin. The start photo of today’s blog is specific to the subject of croquet as the traditional St. Johnies vs. The Mids from the U.S. Naval Academy willl take place on the lawn of historic St. John’sContinue reading “Love, Croquet, Books, Fishing”

Future Vision for Forest Drive in Annapolis

several dozen County and City citizens, working with renowned professional local artists such as Maryland Hall’s Artists-in-Residence Rob Levitt and Mary Jo Arthur, created an impressive collection of paintings, sculpture, prose and poems to express their vision for the future

Annapolis Opera Lite Coming in April

if you missed Annapolis Opera’s Tosca or if you loved it and and are looking for more–consider their upcoming production Opera Lite

Annapolis Theater Notes and Thoughts

The play Mauritus deals with some serious stuff— themes that include abusive relationships, sibling rivalry and greed.