Nancy Holder

Roland Park Place Resident Nancy Holder talks about her years of community service working with children and adolescence.

Nancy Bradford

Roland Park Resident Nancy Bradford talks about remaining active in the community and her work with Turnaround Tuesday

Dr. Clive Schiff

Roland Park resident Dr. Schiff joins Becki to talk about his active life of research with Johns Hopkins and developing his early interest growing up in Africa.

The Zimmermans

Roland Park residents Dr Jack Zimmerman and his wife Doris join Becki on this episode to discuss their healthy, happy marriage going back 65 years to their first meeting and a coin flip.

Lillian Burgunder

Roland Park Resident Lillian Burgunder talks about the value of developing an appreciation for art early in life.

A Valuable Perspective - Betsy Hughes

Roland Park Place resident Betsy Hughes talks about her past experiences and current role with The Vane Brothers Company.

A Valuable Perspective - Richard Springer

Dick Springer, a 20 year State Department veteran recalls his service.

A Valuable Perspective - Gary Blauvelt

Roland Park Place resident Gary Blauvelt talks about his 41 years of teaching and leadership at Friends School of Baltimore.

A Valuable Perspective - Margaret Budd

Roland Park Resident Margaret Budd and a most musical life. On this month's episode, Host Lisa Haynes discusses the passion of music and how one's love of music can inspire them to teach others to play a musical instrument. Her guest is Roland Park Place Resident, Mrs. Margaret Budd, who shares her remarkable story of how she spent 60 years playing the organ and piano all over the world and taught hundreds of organists and pianists in Baltimore as well as in the Mid-West.

The Redevelopment of Baltimore Inner Harbor - Part 2

On this month's episode, Host Lisa Haynes discusses a remarkable time in the history of Baltimore city with the redevelopment of the Inner Harbor. Her guest is Roland Park Place Resident, Mr. Martin Millspaugh, a life-long resident of Baltimore and one of the master developers of the Inner Harbor projectHe takes us on the historical journey of how the Baltimore Inner Harbor was transformed from an abandoned and decaying area to becoming the heart of Baltimore city and being considered as one of the most amazing places in the U.S. This is part two of a two-part series.

The Redevelopment of The Baltimore Inner Harbor – Part 1

On this month's episode, Host Lisa Haynes discusses a remarkable time in the history of Baltimore city with the redevelopment of the Inner Harbor. Her guest is Roland Park Place Resident, Mr. Martin Millspaugh, a life-long resident of Baltimore and one of the master developers of the Inner Harbor project.He takes us on the historical journey of how the Baltimore Inner Harbor was transformed from an abandoned and decaying area to becoming the heart of Baltimore city and being considered as one of the most amazing places in the U.S. This is part one of a two-part series.

The Redevelopment of The Baltimore Inner Harbor – Part 1

A Valuable Perspective - Embracing Change

On this month's episode, Host Lisa Haynes discusses dealing with various changes in life. The guests are Mrs. Catherine Beyer and Mr. Ernest Ritenhouse, both residents of Roland Park Place as they share stories about some of the changes in their life and how they learned to overcome the fear of change and started to embrace it.

A Valuable Perspective - Holiday Memories

The first podcast in a monthly series that explores the stories of some of Baltimore's residents that call Roland Park Place home.