Volume 14, Issue 18 ~ May 4 - May 10, 2006

Music Notes

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

Flickerings ~ Parker on United 93: “This movie is certainly not for everyone; but if you have an interest in seeing inside that doomed plane, you will find it spellbinding.”

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How to Choose the Right Marina for Your Dream Boat

Along the Bay, from the Patapsco to the Patuxent, you’ve hundreds of marinas and yacht clubs to choose from. by Alice Snively

Four Strings and a Dream

How a ukulele band of middle schoolers climbed to the Maryland Maritime Heritage Stage. by Ben Miller

On the Job: Billy Baye, Pirate

Annapolitan Cliff Long gives new meaning to living history; by Kat Bennett

The Volvo Ocean Race Sails into City Dock

Bands, blessings, boats, fun and more at the Maritime Heritage Festival. by Kat Bennett and Carrie Steele

In Trace Adkins, Fans See Themselves

‘I’m not some guy that started playing music when I was 16. I earned a living in the blue-collar world for many years.’ by Margaret Tearman

Way Downstream ~ Maryland’s Heritage Areas go to the Rose Garden to claim a 2006 Preserve America Presidential Award … With one million new Marylanders in our quarter-century future, water and sewer capacity open — or close — the door to where they’ll live … Shades of Sparrows Point and Cove Point: the Federal Energy Commission gives the go-ahead to a liquid natural gas plant in New Jersey … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: in Virginia spotter planes help Omega’s 11-vessel fishing fleet round up the Bay’s menhaden for dogfood.


Editorial • Commentary • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Add Two More Roots to Your Garden and Cuisine: Homegrown horseradish and parsnips make rare pleasures.

Bill Burton ~ Cormorants: Are these odd ducks foes or fellow fishermen?

Earthtalk ~ Battery Reincarnation: Where should they go after they expire?

The Sporting Life ~ How To Catch More Fish: A fisherman’s best friend is a log book. by Dennis Doyle

Curtain Call ~ Bay Theatre Company’s Tartuffe: “With superb acting from a great cast, the action never flags in this comedy of hypocrisy.” reviewed by Dick Wilson

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ The Annual Fall of the Giant: Orion’s setting mirrors the changing seasons. by J. Alex Knoll

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