Maintaining Traditions or Playing it Safe? Chasing That Wild Turkey.

Bad news is not welcome. The hard fast reality is that our local hospital may have to start prioritizing patients.

How To Feel Re-Energized in Fifteen Minutes

I am reminded of the fairy tale The Emperor’s New Clothes. The foolish and vain emperor pays several bags of gold to clever tailors who tell him they are selling him robes of fabulous cloth that only the wise can see.

Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes – Keeping the Peace in Our Communities

I once spent several hours on a “Ride Along” with a Police Officer. I got a small taste of what part of one day feels like for a member of the police department…

Annapolis’s “Chicken of the Sea” trashed again

I was so happy to see the artist decorated chicken, a project of the Anne Arundel County Arts Council  by Charles Lawrence, restored to its post in front of the 7- Eleven store at the corner of Lafayette and West Street last week that I took a photograph for a future blog positing,  The decoratedContinue reading “Annapolis’s “Chicken of the Sea” trashed again”

Irene Kind to Annapolis

The wind took the water away from the shoreline downtown at City Dock in Annapolis, as evidenced by the low water level. There was no flooding this morning, Sunday August 28th. The water didn’t even kiss the feet of the Kunte Kinte statue. There was, however, a loss of power. Grover, owner of City DockContinue reading “Irene Kind to Annapolis”