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Less trash for a start

What are you doing for Mother Earth this Mother’s Day?
    Like many mothers of a certain age, she’s needing less, not more, except in the way of your attention.
    One thing Mother Earth needs no more of is trash.

Top 10 Boat Names

You’re not the only Aquaholic on the water

Is your boat in the Sophia, Mason, Ethan or Ava class of popularity?
    It is, according to the The ­BoatUS 2015 list of Top Ten Boat Names, if you’ve christened it ­Serenity, Seas the Day, Andiamo (Italian for let’s go), Aquaholic, ­Second Wind, Island Time, Happy Ours, Journey, Serendipity or ­Relentless.
    Sound familiar?
    If so, your dog is likely named Max or Bella.


A nautical life leads to Annapolis Maritime Antiques

Life gets interesting early for some people. Mark Zuckerberg invented Facebook when he was 20, was a billionaire by 23 and had a movie made about him by 26. For more of us, it takes a lifetime to build a story.
    For Tony Kime, the owner of Annapolis Maritime Antiques, life’s story got more interesting after retirement — his second.

That’s the story of Volvo’s 7,200-mile Leg 5

Imagine this scene …    

Hidden Harbour Marina honored as Clean Marina of the Year

Chesapeake Country has hundreds of marinas, each unique in its own way. They come in different sizes, different locations, different facilities — and different levels of cleanliness and Bay friendliness.

Tactician Terry Hutchinson rises to top spot for a second time

Terry Hutchinson has been named the U.S. Sailing Association’s 2014 Rolex Yachtsman of the year.

You’re never too young to garden

As a child in west central Florida, I was lucky to have a father and grandmother who were into plants. Dad introduced me to the bottlebrush shrub that lived beside our neighbor’s constructed pond. The sharp scent of its leaves, its fuzzy, flouncy red flowers and the way its seedpods all clustered together like rock candy on a stick fascinated me.

One online link to 180 Anne Arundel charities

For 24 hours — from 6pm May 5 to 6pm May 6 — the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County will host the Great Give 2015. The Great Give is an online fundraising event created to raise awareness and generate mission-critical funds for 180 local charitable causes.
    Last year, the Great Give raised $675,467 in a day, allowing local nonprofits to continue to provide valuable services to our community.

Here’s how they played in 1993

At the Galesville Hot Sox reunion game on Saturday, April 25, you’ll see baseball at its best, as community sport and social.
    That’s what Bay Weekly founders Sandra Martin and Bill Lambrecht saw on a summer’s day in 1993:


The Bay in the Balance

Snapshots from Earth Day 2015

Bay Weekly celebrates 22 years this week. On April 22, Earth Day 1993, we appeared as the Paper Committed to the Chesapeake.
    Like so many, Bay Weekly’s founding family was drawn to Chesapeake Bay. But all of us together exert tremendous pressure on this place we love.
    How are we doing in finding a sustainable balance?