By Sarah Culver
’6 Degrees of Sound’ seeks out and connects the fantastic wealth and diversity of personalities who we call ‘neighbors’ here in Annapolis.
Annapolis is often perceived as a city filled with transients: students from the Naval Academy and St. John’s, legislators who spend part of their year here in the capital, scores of commuters, boaters and tourists are easily recognizable. But under-girding the moving face of our city is a wonderful community of people who have truly made Annapolis home, and that community includes a number of families such as Elizabeth Bonsignore’s. Bonnie Williams, “The Singing Mailman Lady”, told us that there is always a crowd of children playing in front of the Bonsignore’s home. This week on ’6D’ we talk to the academic, wife, mother, USNA-grad and true “townie” to find out more about her and why she loves Annapolis.
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