Volume 14, Issue 19 ~ May 11 - May 17, 2006

Music Notes

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

Flickerings ~

Free Will Astrology©

News of the Weird©

Classified ~ Employment & More, Health & Fitness, Services, MarketPlace, Automotive, Marine, Real Estate

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Lending a Helping Hand to Mothers on the Edge

Mothers struggling on their own can find help at every stage of motherhood through the safety net of resources available in Anne Arundel and Calvert counties. by Maria Bellos

Following in History’s Footsteps

Where we pass today, others have been before. That’s the story called History. This is the place to start your Quest. by Ben Miller

Curtain Call ~ Colonial Players’ Death of a Salesman

“Death of a Salesman is still able to put us in Willy's place, to push us to examine not only the lives around us but also our own lives.” reviewed by Kat Bennett

Looking for Relief at the Gas Pump

Better fuel efficiency can save only pocket change unless policy changes.

by Carrie Steele

Riding Out with the Volvo Ocean Racers

Farewell for another four years. by Kat Bennett

Curtain Call ~ Twin Beach Players’ Wull, Tha’s Diff’ernt!

The most ordinary happenings become major events under O’Shea’s skillful hand in this one-woman performance. reviewed by Dick Wilson

Way Downstream ~ Maryland can cut energy costs now and later. Plan now to apply June 1 for solar and geothermal grants … Maryland’s Critical Area Law is as full of holes as Swiss cheese, says University of Maryland Law Clinic … Virginia’s General Assembly invites the Omega fox into the Bay’s menhaden house … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: In the Polynesian island of Tuvalu, the United Nations spends $200,000 for a better rat trap.


Editorial • Commentary • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Grow Delicious Tomatoes and Peppers: Dig in ash to avoid the plight of blossom-end-rot.

Bill Burton ~ Mother’s Day in the Wild

Earthtalk ~ Environmental Justice for All

The Sporting Life ~ Big Fish, Light Tackle: The tug is a drug. by Dennis Doyle

Curtain Call ~

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ Lunar Projections: Sunlight illuminates the full moon like a projection machine lights a movie screen. by J. Alex Knoll

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