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Tag: Capital

Annapolis Maritime Antiques grand opening

Annapolis Maritime Antiques grand opening

| September 25, 2014, 10:56 AM | 0 Comments

Join Annapolis Maritime Antiques (2nd and Severn) for their Grand Opening Ceremony and Party on Friday September 26th from 3 PM to 6 PM. Beer, Wine, Hotdogs and Burgers… plus 10% off merchandise during the event! In the heart of Eastport! The daughter of R.B. Derickson will be presented with her father’s Naval Officer’s bicorn hat […]

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Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

| July 29, 2014, 01:26 PM | 0 Comments

Last night, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis made their quarterly report to the City Council.  The report itself was not much different than the pst ones–the organization is plodding along and meeting Federal requirements. But Carl Snowden Chairman of HACA , took about 20 minutes before the report to lambaste Mayor Pantelides […]

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Circuit Court: It’s not what you know, but who you know

Circuit Court: It’s not what you know, but who you know

| May 06, 2014, 04:22 PM | 0 Comments

In Anne Arundel County, there is no shortage of things that make one go “hmmmm?” The latest one…the divorce records of the County Executive. Earlier today, The Capital published a story about the unsealing of the divorce records of Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman. And while I agree that the invasion into a personal […]

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Capital Gazette sold to Baltimore Sun

Capital Gazette sold to Baltimore Sun

| May 01, 2014, 02:46 PM | 0 Comments

The Baltimore Sun announced that they had acquired the assets of the Annapolis based Capital Gazette and the Carroll County Times from Landmark Media Enterprises. While the sale of The Capital (and sister publications) is not surprising (Landmark has been trying to sell the properties for several years), the sale to the Sun is a […]

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Pantelides Wants To Buy Crystal Spring

Pantelides Wants To Buy Crystal Spring

| January 13, 2014, 11:34 AM | 0 Comments

Despite the property already being under contract, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides has told The Capital that he intends to purchase the controversial Crystal Spring property for the City. The deal, considered a long shot by most, would involve close cooperation by the new Mayor, a City Council who (so far) has not shown any inclination […]

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46th Maryland Seafood Fest On Tap For Sandy Point

46th Maryland Seafood Fest On Tap For Sandy Point

| August 31, 2013, 10:52 AM | 0 Comments

Sandy Point State Park will again be the host site for the 46th annual Maryland Seafood Festival on September 7th and 8th, a tasty and entertaining tradition, with regional music favorites, great food, exhibits and arts as well as the popular Capital’s 24th Crab Soup Cook-off and the Department of Natural Resources’ Maryland Fishing Challenge […]

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Understanding The Capital Gazette’s Political Biases

Understanding The Capital Gazette’s Political Biases

| July 21, 2013, 12:01 AM | 0 Comments

My Ph.D. is in the field of political communications, and I’ve worked in various capacities covering media policy, including as an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow in Communications and Public Policy, a Senior Research Fellow at the New America Foundation, and a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Joan Shorenstein Center on […]

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How Pennsylvania Authorities Tracked Down Lundskow

How Pennsylvania Authorities Tracked Down Lundskow

| March 11, 2013, 05:18 PM | 0 Comments

UPDATE: The Capital is reporting that Lundskow waived his extradition hearing this morning and, if convicted, faces up to 71 years in jail and $120,000 in fines. His family did not attend this morning’s hearing. The criminal complaint alleging various solicitation of a minor charges against Capital Gazette Online Editor George “Nick” Lundskow has been […]

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Capital Online Editor Hit With Solicitation Of Minor Charges

Capital Online Editor Hit With Solicitation Of Minor Charges

| March 09, 2013, 08:12 AM | 0 Comments

UPDATE: ABC2 has more details of the arrest including a video clip from their broadcast. The Capital’s online news editor has been arrested and charged with online solicitation of a minor according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General.  George Nicoll Lundskow was arrested yesterday by Anne Arundel County police at his Arnold home on a fugitive from […]

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Snowden Resigns From State Position

Snowden Resigns From State Position

| December 28, 2012, 05:28 PM | 0 Comments

The Capital is reporting that Carl Snowden has resigned his position as the Director of Civil Rights for Maryland’s Attorney General’s Office.  According to The Capital, his resignation is effective 6 years after he took the office.  In April of 2012, Snowden took an unpaid leave of absence from his position to wage a legal battle against […]

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Annapolis’ Capital To Begin Charging For Online Access

Annapolis’ Capital To Begin Charging For Online Access

| January 08, 2012, 10:04 AM | 0 Comments

<–To make sure everyone is aware of this information, please share it with Google, your Facebook friends, and Twitter followers by clicking the icons to the left. In this morning’s newspaper, Tom Marquardt announced that The Capital and the MD Gazette’s websites would be undergoing some renovations to make it easier to read and more […]

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Congratulations To Capital Punishment

Congratulations To Capital Punishment

| March 22, 2009, 08:24 AM | 0 Comments

Local Blogger Sells Out!  Lands Weekly Column With The Capital Congratulations to Paul Foer, author of the long running political blog, Annapolis Capital Punishment for landing a weekly column with The Capital.  As anyone who has read Capital Punishment knows, Paul is not afraid to take the paper to task and I am sure his […]

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Newspaper Versus Blog

Newspaper Versus Blog

| March 09, 2009, 06:00 AM | 0 Comments

There was an interesting editorial in Sunday’s Capital newspaper discussing the demise of the traditional newspaper. Tom Marquardt, the Editor, suggested that The Capital might shift it’s online version to a site that offers free content as well as premium content for a fee. It will never work. If they were looking to have a […]

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A Newspaper Falls

A Newspaper Falls

| March 01, 2009, 11:41 AM | 0 Comments

One industry that has been hit pretty hard  by the economy has been the newspaper industry. The local Capital Gazette has laid off a lot of their production workers and is going to outsource their printing needs beginning with Monday’s edition. While the economy can be attributed to declining advertising revenues, the newspaper industry has […]

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Did you ever notice?

Did you ever notice?

| February 28, 2009, 08:35 AM | 0 Comments

Did you ever notice that it toothe Federal Government too damned long to admit that the country was in a recession? Sure there are economists and number crunchers that make the big bucks who determine this, but why not look a little closer to home to determine how bad it really is? We all know […]

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