- City of Annapolis
Official site for the city of Annapolis, the capital of Maryland and home of the United States Naval Academy. Site includes information for tourists, living in the city, businesses, and its government.
- Maryland Higher Education Commission
Coordinating board responsible for establishing statewide policies for higher education. Includes links to colleges, career schools, and financial aid information.
- Capital, The
Daily newspaper serving Anne Arundel County and Kent Island. Provides special coverage of the U.S. Naval Academy, sailing, tourism and government.
- Rams Head Tavern
Restaurant, micro-brewery, and entertainment showcase.
- Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation, Inc.
Assists patients and families dealing with aplastic anemia and myelodysplastic syndromes.
- WRNR 103.1
Makes crab cakes, dip, soup, and other seafood products. Also operates restaurants in a number of locations.
- Anne Arundel County Public Library
Contains link to web based catalog of library's resources and community information file.
- Maryland Municipal League
Association of Maryland's cities and towns.
- Kunta Kinte - Alex Haley Foundation
Dedicated to fostering the exploration, rediscovery, and preservation of African American history, culture, archaeology, and genealogy.
- Annapolis Marriott Waterfront
Full-service waterfront hotel in historic downtown Annapolis. Amenities include waterfront restaurant, sailboat charter/rental, fitness center, and full service dock at hotel.
- Capital Jazz Fest
Annual contemporary jazz event held in Annapolis, MD.
- WNAV 1430
News, information, and entertainment.
- Chesapeake Children's Museum
Offers hands-on activities, playgroups and events for children and caregivers centered on learning about the Chesapeake Bay.
- Wikipedia: Annapolis, Maryland
Overview of Annapolis, the capital of Maryland and part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.
- Annapolis Summer Garden Theater
Located in the heart of the historic district, presenting annual summer productions.
- Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Community arts center for the visual, performing and creative arts.
- ABATE of Maryland
Motorcycle riders, whose members have joined together to advocate training to reducing accidents and injury, to end discriminatory legislation, and to provide for continuing freedom and affordability of the sport.