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Joseph Patrick Bulko takes a look at Baltimore Washington International renamed in 2005 in honor of United States Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshal1 (1908-1993) a Baltimore native. The airport transformations since 1951 when President Harry Truman marched down the runway with the color guard at the grand opening have been profound. The planned conversion to Aerotropolis is the biggest chapter yet.
PLUS: Annapolis Rain Forest Event
Annapolis Insiders: Gioele Settembrini
Gioele Settembrini is an ordained Baptist minister, renowned speaker, an accomplished tenor, devoted husband and father all of which make him an extraordinary person and a very special Annapolitan. M.A. Cashman reveals his life’s work and his musical accomplishments in great detail.
Annapolis History: Parole
Deirdre Flanagan fills in many of blanks of a very long, important and rich history of the Parole area of Annapolis. From farming, to race tracks, to troop assemblies, prisoner of war holding area and now the Annapolis Town Centre. There are many areas in Annapolis that have great historical pasts but few greater than Parole. Take a minute to stroll down memory lane.
Bay Business: Frances Chumley
Michael Rhian Driscoll highlights the many endeavors and life events that lead Frances and her family to Annapolis in 2004. Frances created the “Kids in the Kitchen” to helps kids learn to be self sufficient in the kitchen. She also reveals that spanikopita is still one of her favorites foodies.
PLUS: Chesapeake Boating Club; Who’s Your Daddy?; Consider This…MiPhone; and
Jimmy’s Favorite Sites
BAY LIFE: Anne Arundel Medical Center
Dr. Glen Gibson is one of the many young, new and incredibly skilled doctors that have chosen to make Annapolis their home. Dr. Gibson’s robotic surgical skills are a perfect compliment to the ever expanding state-of-the-art capabilities at the Anne Arundel Medical Center. Dr. Gibson’s skills were once the province of facilities like the University of Maryland or John’s Hopkins but no longer thanks to Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Legacy to a Friend
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s disease”, is a progressive, fatal neuromuscular disease that attacks nerve cells and pathways in the brain and spinal cord. Once started as a support group of friends for a friend the event is now a fully functioning ALS fund raiser now in the 5th year. Leslie Schwartz does not see an end to her mission or energy for this cause and is encouraged by the continued growth and support she receives each year. With $70,000 collected to-date this promises to be the biggest and best event ever.
PLUS: Bay Wildlife… Arachnids
BAY LIFE, ETC.
Dining Out: Cynthia’s Severna Park
Restaurants, Shops, Services, Galleries & Schools