Best Annapolis podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Sermons by the ministers and guests at UUCA -Living boldly and compassionately in Annapolis, MD for over 60 years!
 
A podcast on Maryland policy and politics, covering state and county issues. We’ll cover the General Assembly, Governor, state agencies, and county leaders and how it affects Marylanders and the public services they depend on. Counties deliver education, public safety, land use, infrastructure and most front-line services to Maryland residents – this podcast from the Conduit Street Annapolis headquarters of MACo, the Maryland Association of Counties, touches on it all.
 
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Woman Worriers
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Women are twice as likely as men to have anxiety. In each episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush, an Annapolis, Md. based therapist and blogger, explores what causes anxiety, what triggers it, how it affects us and why women are more prone to it. Elizabeth is a fellow Woman Worrier and she shares her personal experience and chats with her guests for insights, strategies and resources to help women (and men) learn how to call a truce with their anxiety.
 
Weekly sermon audio podcasts from Bay Area Community Church in Annapolis, MD. Our mission is to make passionate, maturing followers of Jesus from here to the nations. Learn more at www.bayareacc.org.
 
The One Annapolis Radio Podcast is a digital platform educating and informing listeners about Global news and local politics from an Annapolis centric perspective.
 
Frederick Uncut is a podcast where we invite area newsmakers to discuss issues pertinent to Frederick County during an unedited, unfiltered interview.
 
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Farm To Bottle
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Grain, malt, yeast, honey, apples, grapes—if it ferments, she'll be there. Join Kathy Yan Li as she chats with Canadian brewing ingredient producers!
 
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Two Modern Mystics
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Join Two Modern Mystics Dawn Fleming and Linda Roebuck on a quest for Healing, Empowerment and Transformation. Let these two ladies take you deeper into a world of expanding consciousness, finding your gifts, and celebrating your truth. Dawn Fleming is a medical intuitive, energy alchemist/healer, teacher, life coach, and ordained minister. She has been working in the field of holistic healing since 1989. Dawn enjoys helping others to release blocks and to live their Truth. Dawn has been on ...
 
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Fred Berney proposed to his wife Ellen approximately a week after they met at a dance. The two have been married for more than 50 years, and owned a video business together. But in 2014, Ellen was diagnosed with spatial Alzheimer’s Disease. She has trouble drawing two intersecting rectangles, finding buttons on a remote, reading and knitting. W ...…
 
Could inflammation be behind your anxiety or depression? In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush talks with Roseann Capanna-Hodge, Ed.D, BCN, LPC, about the brain, the body and mental health—and how best to take care of them.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Natasha Mehu discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including dueling budget proposals from the House and Senate, an update on small cell wireless siting, and general news and notes from the Maryland General Assembly. Also this week, Les Knapp joins the podcast t ...…
 
What started as a now-deleted tweet amplified widely by Kim Kardashian, the “Momo Challenge” went viral in the past week, especially among youth. The fake challenge claimed there were videos encouraging children to harm themselves or commit suicide spliced into otherwise regular youth content. The image of Momo is actually that of a sculpture c ...…
 
Unitarian Universalists generally believe that we are autonomous, independent individuals who have the right to do with our lives whatever we wish-including the right to end it. This sermon was inspired by the book Stay by Jennifer Michael Hecht who argues that suicide violates not a moral law but a human ethical imperative to stay alive with a ...…
 
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper was an African-American abolitionist, suffragist, poet, teacher, public speaker, and writer. She was active in social reform and was a member of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, which advocated the federal government taking a role in progressive reform. Her writings, poetry, and theology all leaned towards Un ...…
 
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Woman Worriers podcast—and 10,000 downloads. To celebrate, host Elizabeth Cush shares her gratitude and a guided mediation.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally break down "The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future," legislation to transform the State’s early childhood, primary, and secondary education system into a world-class system based on the recommendations of the [Kirwan] Commission on Innovation and Excellence i ...…
 
A week ago, a multinational conference of United Methodist Church leaders voted to toughen the church’s stance on sexuality, banning gay clergy and same-sex marriage. The conference was intended to bring a resolution to the church whose position on sexuality had become increasingly ambiguous. Previously, local churches and jurisdictions have cu ...…
 
We talk of our journey to the beloved community all the time. We aspire to create a place that is diverse and welcoming to ALL. What does that look like when it is realized? How will we know when we get there? In this service, Rev. John will share his vision for the UUCA congregation, in particular, and Unitarian Universalism, in general, with ...…
 
Adoption can impact the lives of all involved in ways that aren’t always obvious. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, Marie Celeste, talk about adoption, from the trauma of losing the birth family to challenges within the adoptive family to a better understanding of those involved in the adoption process.…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson, Kevin Kinnally, and Natasha Mehu discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including a week of big hearings on Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911), funding for local health departments, school construction, and small cell wireless siting, a proposal to ban the use of publ ...…
 
As the temperatures begin to climb and the season changes, the Frederick County Public Schools Board of Education and County Council are entering their own season: Budget season. Over the next few months, the two elected bodies will be deciding where to put funding for the upcoming year. To better understand how the budget process works and wha ...…
 
Research shows that the body stores memories of trauma. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest Lynn Fraser, author of Friends With Your Mind, talk about safely accessing those memories on the journey to recovery.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including some very interesting and thoughtful remarks from Senate President Mike Miller regarding Maryland's Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the latest on the future of Pimlico Race Course in ...…
 
An outbreak of measles in Clark County, Washington, has provided more fuel to an ongoing national debate about the role of vaccinations and the freedoms from immunization requirements. More than 40 cases have been confirmed in Washington, and the state's governor, Jay Inslee, has declared a state of emergency. So far this year, measles cases ha ...…
 
Who do you trust? Why do you trust them? Have you lost trust in someone or something? How do you get trust back? In this interactive service, Rev. John will lead you through some of the Soul Matters materials to get to the heart of the matter: Trust but verify!
 
Our mind and body are intertwined, but we don’t always recognize this connection. Elizabeth Cush, host of Woman Worriers, explains why it’s important to get in touch with your body and how to hear what it’s trying to tell you.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including Secretary of Budget and Management David Brinkley's presentation to MACo's Legislative Committee, the latest on a proposal to allow school systems to start school before labor day, new development ...…
 
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, some couples will be scrambling to find the perfect gift. Randy Olmstead, chef and owner of Perfect Truffle in Frederick, has a business designed not just to fill the need for last-minute gift but fulfill the dreams of local candy lovers. The chef said couples should think about what flavors the other p ...…
 
Survivors of sexual violence often carry a great deal of shame and self blame. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, Emily Clark, MSW, talk about overcoming shame and finding confidence in recovery from sexual assault.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally recap the latest from Annapolis, including a deluge of bills, a new panel to select the next Maryland Treasurer, the latest on a proposal to strip the Maryland Comptroller of regulatory authority over alcohol, tobacco, and petroleum, the national vote inte ...…
 
The theme for February is "Trust" and there are many ways in which trust can be both eroded and built. The Ministry Team will reflect on the role of vulnerability, forgiveness, and mercy as it is experienced in the hard work of building relationships, dismantling oppression, and working for justice in our community.…
 
More than 300 parents and community members attended the first informational session about the upcoming school redistricting, which primarily touches the Urbana, Linganore and Oakdale communities. This week, we hear from those parents and community members who worry a redistricting could mean significant changes for students and their families. ...…
 
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and under pressure, maybe you’re trying too hard to be perfect. Always focusing on others can add to your anxiety. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, Sharon Martin, LCSW, talk about how perfectionism can fuel anxiety—and what to do about it.…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson, Kevin Kinnally, and Natasha Mehu recap Governor Larry Hogan's fifth State of the State address, discuss the legislative priorities for both Maryland Democrats and the Maryland GOP, and explain the push to mandate medication-assisted treatment in Maryland's prisons and jails.…
 
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Can mindfulness help your marriage? In this episode of Woman Worriers Annapolis-based therapist Elizabeth Cush talks with Susan Piver, meditation teacher and author of The Four Noble Truths of Love, about the Buddhist perspective on relationships.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally recap the final meeting (sort of) of the [Kirwan] Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, discuss local requests for education funding, explore the Department of Legislative Services' 2019 Fiscal Briefing, and round up the latest news from th ...…
 
“[The federal government] sneezes and Maryland catches a cold.” That’s how Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot describes how intertwined the state is with the federal government. Franchot calls in to discuss with cohosts Colin McGuire and Emma Kerr the ongoing government shutdown - now the longest in history - and what it means for not just the ...…
 
It is said that old wounds fester. Could it be that we are still fighting the Civil War in America? Is it possible that the Civil Rights Movement was a continuation of a quintessentially American story about tribe, race, resources, and power? In this message, Rev. John looks at history and suggests that we are fighting a war for civility.…
 
Exploring your story can help you put the past in a new perspective. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush shares her story of sexual abuse and talks about how telling it helped her heal.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the latest on Governor Hogan's highly anticipated budget proposal, explain why economic uncertainty looms large over Annapolis, examine the potential ramifications of a protracted federal government shutdown, and highlight the latest news and notes ...…
 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) announced the formation of an exploratory committee on Dec. 31. Speculation of a presidential run continues to buzz around former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas), and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) told Stephen Colbert she “might” run. In this episode, elections expert and former Maryland Secretary of State John Will ...…
 
If you have ever wondered whether you have a story inside you, this episode of “Woman Worriers” is for you. Annapolis-based therapist Elizabeth Cush talks with Marisa Goudy, a writer and writing coach, about helping women find their voices and the healing power of writing.
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson, Kevin Kinnally, and Natasha Mehu preview the 2019 session of the Maryland General Assembly. Education, healthcare, minimum wage, Tobacco 21, cannabis, sports betting, redistricting, public safety, and criminal justice issues are all hot topics.…
 
Del. Carol Krimm, who was chosen to be the Frederick County delegation chairperson this session, sits down with hosts Colin McGuire and Emma Kerr to discuss expectations for this year’s General Assembly and what bills she will be pushing for. Stick around at the end for a new segment, Ask Us Anything, where we solicit questions from listeners a ...…
 
If you’ve ever wondered whether you might be an introvert, this episode of “Woman Worriers” is for you. Annapolis-based therapist Elizabeth Cush talks with Nicole Burgess, LMFT, an empowerment mentor for introverted women, about what it means to be an introvert, how anxiety impacts you if you are introverted, and how introverted women can take ...…
 
From the cold vacuum of space to the lush wilds of earthly jungles, Wanderers have been heading out to explore the unknown since the dawn of time. No matter how intrepid these explorers, though, some of the small-some might say silly-reminders of home have traveled with them on their journeys. This multigenerational service will examine the way ...…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the fallout from the decision to further delay a final report from the [Kirwan] Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, look ahead to what Kirwan recommendations may still be on the table for 2019, preview the (record-breaking) 2019 M ...…
 
Host Colin McGuire and News-Post city editor Allen Etzler sit down to discuss the biggest stories affecting Frederick County in 2018. Subscribe on Google Play and Apple Podcasts
 
If dieting leaves you discouraged—maybe even a little depressed—this episode of Woman Worriers will give you hope. Host Elizabeth Cush talks with Jenna Hollenstein, a nutrition therapist, about the damage that the “diet culture” has done and how mindful eating can help us get in touch with the wisdom of our bodies.…
 
As America becomes a more secular nation, Christmas and Easter are increasingly becoming the only opportunities faith leaders have to reach an extended audience at church. Wyatt Massey, religion reporter at the Frederick News-Post, sat down with Frederick Uncut hosts Colin McGuire and Emma Kerr to take listeners inside churches and behind the p ...…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the fallout from the decision to further delay a final report from the [Kirwan] Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, review Governor Hogan's plan to keep the Washington Redskins in Maryland, and review the latest proposal to revamp ...…
 
In part two of our two-part series on modern dating, two young Frederick-area women sit down with host Emma Kerr to get candid about the dating landscape today. Bleak and exciting all at once, this week’s guests give listeners insight into the other side of the coin. Dates are easier to come by, but challenges like keeping safe and decoding the ...…
 
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