Volume 11 Issue 39
September 25 - October 1, 2003

On Our Cover
Paddling Annapolis

Searching Out Women’s Achievements at the Calvert County Fair
by Sonia Linebaugh.
When it comes to history, Grace Mary Brady is a mighty force.

Photo by Deborah Bell.
The surge of water from Hurricane Isabel flooded homes, businesses — even towns, as these paddlers found when venturing to Annapolis’ City Dock the day after the storm.

  • Scenes from Isabel
    After Chesapeake Country’s 'Perfect Storm' homes and businesses sink or swim
    by Bill Lambrecht, Deborah Bell, Steve Carr and James Clemenko
  • The Water You Almost Couldn’t Drink
    How Annapolis avoided Isabel’s toxic cocktail
    by Gary Starikoff
  • Way Downstream
    • In Annapolis, the Maryland Democratic Party has begun a telephone fund-raising campaign that lambastes President George W. Bush…
    • In Washington, Hurricane Isabel laid waste to dozens of huge trees at the U.S. National Arboretum…
    • This week’s Creature Feature: In Spain, shock waves from scientific tests carried out by the Spanish navy may be to blame for the deaths of giant squid as long as a bus.