The start of the month, our dog Grace, a golden retriever, forgot she was a middle-aged dog and got a little too frisky chasing a small creature in our neighborhood. I don’t know whether it was a squirrel, cat, or that enigmatic fox I see lurking about at night in Murray Hill, but whatever itContinue reading “Annapolis Dog Walking Tradition”
Monday in Annapolis, Maryland for me is a day full of meetings and a day that focuses on organizing my tasks for the week. Monday in Jakarta, Indonesia (I learned last month), is often a day to take a break, when many of the important museums and monuments in the city are closed. So whileContinue reading “Miniature Indonesia in Jakarta; Virtual Passport”
These pictures were taken by my daughter, Alex Crilly, who walked down West Street to check out the monthly first Sunday Festival on West Street in Downtown Annapolis. As you can see, everyone was having a great time with the music, food, dancing, and shopping. Thank you Alex!
I’ve been out-of town for almost a month, visiting the other side of the world and although I enjoyed the adventures, it is great to be back home in Annapolis. (If I could just get my sleep cycle back to normal and catch up on those missing hours I would really feel good). Nevertheless I’veContinue reading “Annapolis Summer Brings Downtown Changes”
So while I’ve seen a lot of marketing by the city and again today by the state in a news release I received just today, it seems as if our government agencies are only serious about conservation when it suits their purposes
If you missed last night’s casting call to nominate someone to be featured in our Most Eligible Singles issue published by What’s Up? magazines in November. You can nominate yourself or a friend. The editorial team at What’s Up? is waiting to hear from you. We were out in full force last night, complete withContinue reading “Search for Annapolis Singles in Gear”
The air conditioning was turned up high and there were plenty of items to nibble as the audience awaited the commencement of the presentations of Naval Academy History Professor Maochun Yu and Carolyn Bartholomew, Vice-Chairman of the US China Economic and Secuirty Review Commission
The death of a elderly woman in a motorized wheelchair took place less than an hour ago just outside my window, but I was too busy working to notice.
If you need help publicizing something, particularly something community related this is a great event you should not miss. Next week there will only be six panelists but they include representatives from The Chesapeake Music Guide, The Capital, WNAV. Chesapeake Family, and What’s Up? Media Group along with Keith Oliver who teachers public relations to U.S. Marines and has recently written a book public relations.
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.
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”
if you were not able to take a downtown walk you can see some of the winning May Baskets displayed in the Annapolis Historic District
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
if you missed Annapolis Opera’s Tosca or if you loved it and and are looking for more–consider their upcoming production Opera Lite
My daughter is excited to be participating in this Friday’s Trashion Show at Arundel High School. I’ll be cheering in the audience. The student designers will be creating a variety of “looks” by utilizing recycled materials. The monies raised will be donated to local environmental groups. Back when I was in high school, I alwaysContinue reading “Fashion or Trashion in Annapolis?..You Decide”