The Chesapeake’s blue crabs are part of Maryland’s identity. This week, our weekly podcast, PreserveCast, talks to first-generation waterman Luke McFadden about crabbing, social media, and how Maryland can sustain its iconic watermen heritage.
What’s at the intersection of preservation and pizza? Preservation Maryland’s PreserveCast episode on the history of pizza, of course. In honor of National Pizza Day, tune in to the conversation with our President & CEO Nicholas Redding and pizza historian Alexander Hughes on his work chronicling the history of pizza in the United States and Canada and what is being done to preserve this slice of our history.
PreserveCast brings you stories from around the world about the people who are doing the work to preserve, interpret, and save our past. Each weekly episode makes the case for the value, relevance, and importance of history in our lives. Here’s what you may have missed this month:
Special Podcast Series: Healthy, Hip & Historic: Contextualizing Preservation During an International Pandemic
03/23/2020 By Meagan Baco
As COVID-19 has changed the everyday ways that we interact with each other and our communities, it’s clear that our environment has important physical and psychological effects on us all.
Free Resource: Preservation Maryland’s podcast, PreserveCast, is available for on-demand listening anytime and is offered as a resource to the broader preservation community. A new episode of our Healthy, Hip & Historic series will be released every day this week.
Preservation addresses the physical material of our built environment – and those materials’ potential positive or negative health impacts – so too, does preservation address an emotional connection to a time and place in history.
This unique special podcast series on PreserveCast will feature five preservation visionaries that will place our preservation work in a broader context, identify challenges, and illuminate solutions for linking historic preservation and healthy communities.