Volume 14, Issue 22 ~ June 1 - June 7, 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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Carrying the Torch

At 73, younger brother Joe Byrd keeps up Charlie’s legacy — and his own. by Paula Anne Delve Phillips

On the Job: Dr. Joan Lehmann

Mother, daughter, writer and ER doctor in the fast track. by B.C. Phillips

Following the Volvo Ocean Race

Leg 8: six boats continue to Gothenburg. by Kat Bennett

Way Downstream ~ In our Bay, alien Asian transplant oysters might grow more of the pathogens that trigger nasty intestinal illnesses … Presidents of the Baltimore County Watermen’s Association pinched for poaching perch … Virginian gets a one-day permit for a 175-foot-long pier — long enough for the wedding of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch … Senate vote brings the Chesapeake closer to a 3,000-mile Captain John Smith water trail … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: The American Kennel Club reports on Americans’ preparedness to pack up their pets to flee disaster.


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ When to Water the Garden; plus, How to Feast on Green Beans All Summer.

Gunk-Holing ~ Eagle Cove on the Magothy. by Alice Snively

Bill Burton ~ They Didn’t Put Me Down Yet: Burton’s back, writing and rolling — in his wheelchair.

Earthtalk ~ Out of Gas? Rising gas prices bring more riders, fewer drivers

The Sporting Life ~ Dancing on the Dark Side: The nighttime Bay reverts to wild. by Dennis Doyle

Curtain Call ~ Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre’s Cinderella: “a story about dreams, and the Summer Garden Theatre’s rendition is a sweet dream for a summer night.” reviewed by Carrie Steele

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ A Buzz in the Sky: Saturn adds to the swarm of the Beehive Cluster. by J. Alex Knoll

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