Rev Al Hathaway and I are so excited to uncover the life of an incredible man from the town of Federalsburg, Maryland, a town of 1900..the great Jim Shaw. I have had the pleasure of getting to know Jim well over the past 6 years, his life is facinating and he's a real hero not only to me but many others. A father of two he's a family man recently celebrating his 62nd anniversary. Jim walks us through his journey from the small Eastern Shore town of Federalsburg where he graduated high school with 36 others and went on to ROTC at the University of Maryland. He joined the Air Force and was trained on the first class of Jet's, the F86 Shooting Star, the first operational jet fighter used by the US Air Force. He's flown a bunch of jets including a Hurricane Hunter out of Bermuda...flying into the eye of many Hurricane's... Jim walks us through the skills needed to keep your cool when things are getting rough in the air, "Attitude" being number 1...
He's Holy. I'm Knott.
He's Holy I'm Knott Welcomes the great Jim Shaw, a true Maryland Treasure
On this episode of The Conference Call, Damian brings on a few of Columbia’s most involved residents to talk about everything their community has to offer. We are joined by Phillip Dodge of the Downtown Columbia Partnership, Ian Kennedy of the Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission, and Alyse Carter of the Columbia Town Center Community Association as they encourage greater community connectivity, discuss ways to improve Columbia’s civic engagement and promote the downtown’s vibrant amenities. Tune in for a glimpse into a better Columbia for all its residents.
The Conference Call with Damian O'Doherty
Call it...COLUMBIA with Ian Kennedy, Phillip Dodge, and Alyse Carter
Rev Al and I couldn't be more pleased than to welcome the infamous Sloane Brown, if you know the name well then you are typically hanging out somewhere where lots of people are gathering for something big, and you can be sure Sloane is there to capture the fun...Her career in Broadcasting is prolific, starting as a disc jockey, she was one of the original woman Weather forecasters, a TV reporter, Anchor, Video Producer and Radio News director and an art and music critic.
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He's Holy I'm not Welcomes TV Broadcasting Pioneer Sloane Brown
Rev Al and I are so excited to release this great conversation with Nina Noble. She's an Emmy Winning Executive Producer. She is the Executive Producer of the new hit series on HBO, We Own this City. As a Baltimore resident this isn't her first time around the block in Baltimore, Nina also played a huge role in two HBO Series, The Corner, and The Wire.
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Rev. Al Hathaway and Martin Knott Jr Welcome Emmy Award Winner and Ex. Producer for We Own this City, Nina Noble
On June 10, 2022, Rushern Baker suspended his campaign for Governor. Ten days later, he's on our show to tell you what he thinks about the 2022 Primary, why public financing needs some tweaks, and how Maryland's next Governor should declare a state of emergency for Baltimore City.
The Most Important Person in Maryland Politics - Rushern Baker
In episode 33 of The Lobby, Damian talks all things Frederick County with the people who know it best. We are joined by Rick Weldon of the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce, Hugh Gordon of the Frederick County Association of Realtors, and Danielle Adams of the Frederick County Building Industry Association for a discussion on the Livable Frederick Coalition, the unintended consequences of the Livable Frederick Master Plan, and the impact the plan may have on the I-270 corridor. Stick around for a glimmer of hope for the future of a livable Frederick County.
33. The Sugarloaf Shuffle with Rick Weldon, Danielle Adams, and Hugh Gordon
Welcome to MedCast, the podcast from MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society. In episode two, host Dr. Stephen Rockower is joined by Dr. Willarda Edwards, Internist in Baltimore, AMA Delegate, and candidate for AMA President-elect. Dr. Edwards shares her background, why she became a doctor, and the critical role she sees for generational collaboration in today's healthcare system. Dr. Rockower and Dr. Edwards break down their passion for organized medicine and the issues they see as paramount in the near future.
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