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Volume 13, Issue 41 ~ October 13 - October 19, 2005


Putting Nature to Work
Can a tiny clam save a dying lake? Aquaculture pioneers launch a bold scientific experiment to clean a community’s lake. by B.C. Phillips

What’s in a Boat Name?
If you buy it, you’ll have to name it; by Maureen Miller

On the Job ~
How Many Fish Do You Have to Catch to Make a Living
Captain Randy Dean has found that running a successful charter fishing business is about more than loving to fish; by Russ Barnes

Taste Buds Promises a Crop of Spring Flowers
Annapolis’ hanging baskets and planters don’t bloom by magic; by Carrie Steele

Way Downstream ~ Hung up on pirates, treasure hunters can’t get past Assateague sandbars … Undammed, Octoraro Creek runs free into the Susquehanna River … Queen Anne’s countians petition for rural preservation … plus last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Endangered Mississippi sandhill cranes may join Katrina’s long list of victims.


Editorial Letters to the Editor Bay Reflections

Bay Bounty ~ Celebrate this R month at oyster festivals; by M.L. Faunce

~ On the environmental front, a bit of good news from Iraq

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~The science of composting

Bill Burton ~Bad attitudes

Earth Journal ~ As American as immigrant pie; by Gary Pendleton

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ A big full moon by any name; by J. Alex Knoll

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

Music Notes

Music Scene

Curtain Call ~ Pasadena Theatre Co.’s Frankenstein: “If you’re familiar only with Frankenstein monster movies, you’re in for a surprise.” reviewed by Kat Bennett

Flickerings ~ arker on Two for the Money: “All of these characters are losers, no matter what happens in the games they are picking.”

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