Volume 13, Issue 33 ~ August 18 - 24, 2005


Over the Top
Big money raised for good causes at Calvert Marine Museum, Annapolis Rotary Crab Fest and Calvert Cancer Gala; by Sandra Olivetti Martin and M.L. Faunce

Pickin’ Through the Bluegrass
A prodigy follows in family footsteps; by Paula Anne Delve Phillips

Last Son a Country-Western Dynasty
Gene Stoneman was part of a musical family spanning a century; by Carrie Steele with Dawn Kittrell


Editorial Letters to the Editor Bay Reflections

EarthTalk ~ Eating fish to extinction

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener
~ Salvation for root-bound plants

Weekly Crab Forecast ~ Crabs for the Future; by M.L. Faunce

Bill Burton ~ Hardball scores where words evaporate

Way Downstream ~ For Marylanders, free money for solar projects flows this month … Calvert County’s new Patuxent Business Park turns its back on strip design … Susquehanna River’s smallmouth bass felled by bacteria … Think we’ve got jellyfish to complain about? Spain’s got more … plus last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Reclassifying polar bears as marine mammals

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ August’s Sturgeon Moon; by J. Alex Knoll

Earth Journal ~ My nemesis comes from a long line of destroyers; by Maureen Miller

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s guide to good times; by Carrie Steele

OnExhibit ~ There’s more than meets the eye in Ferrell McCollough’s photography; reviewed by Carrie Steele

Music Notes

Music Scene ~ Vacation with Summer Strings at St. Paul Summer String Orchestra concert; previewed by Dawn Kittrel

Destination Chesapeake ~ Destination: Crabtown

Curtain Call

~Sroka on Broken Flowers: “Director Jim Jarmusch finds humor as much in what isn’t said as in what’s said, so that awkward silences and physical comedy carry the bulk of the laughs.”

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