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August 2010

1999 Century, 26' Walkaround – Twin Yamaha 150hp, Saltwater series, includes electronics and trailer, low hours, good condition. Reduced to $15,000 obo. 410-757-5596.
Universal Atomic 4 – Fresh overhaul, new carburetor, etc. $2,500, trades accepted or will rebuild yours. Call 410-586-8255.
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1988 41' Viking Sportfisherman – Well maintained. Single stateroom v-berth, head, shower. Rebuilt twin 671 Johnson & Towers turbo 485hp engines. Enclosed flybridge. Northstar & Fuerno GPS/radar. Swim platform. 2AC units, Kohler generator. $175,000. 301-943-9777.
1971 Bertram-style 28' Seabird – Flybridge, two 350s, hull good condition, interior good condition, needs TLC. $500. 410-908-2644.
Great location, Great Slips in Deale, Md. New customers call for discounts. 25' to 40'. Power and sail. FREE WiFi and pump-out. Maryland Clean Marina of the Year. 410-867-7919, www.rockholdcreekmarina.com.

All the omens are right for a long run

The traveling Infinity Theatre Company has set itself quite the act to follow, beginning its run on stage with the longest-running musical ever, The Fantasticks, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Like the unstoppable train that is two children told no, the show succeeds so well that the new company seems fated to a long run.

You don’t have to travel out of state to meet a dinosaur

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Archaeological find is biggest news Jefferson Patterson Park team has ever been part of

Something good has come out from under the World Trade Center. Near the site of so many grim finds, excavators working on the new trade center unearthed a treasure — an ancient wooden ship buried beneath modern lower Manhattan. Its remains were discovered about 20 feet under street level, in an area that had not been dug out for the original World Trade Center.