Volume 14, Issue 30 ~ August 3 - August 9, 2006

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Rocked in the Cradle of Invasion

This weekend, I follow my father back to the weeks before my conception, when he trained at Solomons for hitting the beaches of Sicily. by Russ Barnes

Annapolis Rotary Passes the Buck

Crab eaters satisfy their appetites and nourish Annapolis community projects. by Carrie Steele with Ralph Camardo

Maryland Wineries Ripen on the Vine

Wine festivals introduce local wines to wider audiences. by Ralph Camardo

Way Downstream ~ Virginia limits menhaden catch to a big 109,000 metric tons - Bay Rescue of the Week: boater who rolled overboard - What Congressman Wayne Gilchrest did on his summer vacation: ecotouring - Spain one- (or two- or three) ups our jellyfish woes - And last but not least, this week’s CREATURE FEATURE, in Belgium, using sex to fight giant stinging caterpillars.


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Blame the Clover, Not the Grass: Cut your lawn tall to avoid stains – and clover.

Bill Burton ~ Speak Evasively and Carry a Big Sign.

Earthtalk ~ The Greenest Way to Leave a Public Restrooom: Should hand washers opt for towels or warm air?

The Sporting Life ~ Summertime Perchin’: In this game, close is not good enough. by Dennis Doyle

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ Summer’s Turning Point: Whether by August’s Hot-as-Hades Moon or Lammas Day, summer’s halfway through. by J. Alex Knoll

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