Month: December 2019

It’s the end of the year, and well, 2019 was … something!

It’s the end of the year, and well, 2019 was … something!

As with all years, there were ups and downs, highlights and lowlights, and a bunch of in between.

We hosted 30 podcasts, wrote 13 blog posts, grew our team, created numerous new partners and friends, set up shop at Clarksville Commons for much of the year, hosted a show at Merriweather Post Pavilion, and then found a permanent home in the Merriweather District, garnered new Sponsors, and based on our stats this year, gained many new Elevators! Read More

Episode 78 – 2019 Year in Review: With Candace Dodson Reed & Tom Coale

Year In Review IS UP! 2019 was … something! As with all years, there were ups and downs, highlights and lowlights, and a bunch of in between. In this episode, Candace and Tom discuss redistricting, County Council dynamics, changing leadership in Annapolis, and why Baltimore City’s farm team is ahead of the Baltimore Orioles. Read More

Episode 77: With Kweisi Mfume

Don’t miss this interview with former congressman Kweisi Mfume as he discusses his campaign to return to the U.S. Congress. Mr. Mfume represented Maryland’s Seventh District from 1987 to 1996. We discuss how the Democratic Party has changed since that time as well as how the needs of the Seventh District may have stayed the same. If you want to make an informed choice in this February’s primary, this is a good place to start!

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Episode 76: With Columbia Artist in Residence Ram Devineni

Whether you’re into comic books or not, Priya and the Lost Girls should have your attention. From the Library of Congress: “Priya is a rape survivor who becomes a superhero who combats gender based sexual violence (GBV). This Indian comic utilizes augmented reality events and exhibits to engage both Indian and international readers. This comic was honored by UN Women as a Gender Equality Champion.” Read More