Volume 14, Issue 36 ~ September 7 - September 13, 2006

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Bay Weekly’s Primary Primer

Who’s who on your September ballot — and why you should care, whether or not you’re a September voter. by Bay Weekly editor Sandra Olivetti Martin and staff writers Aubree Allen & Carrie Steele

Way Downstream ~ What’s in a word … Whoops! we could have the nitrogen numbers reversed for reclaiming dead zones … With 1,533 new acres, Maryland’s total preserved farmland reaches a quarter million acres … 22 water treatment plants upgraded with our Flush Tax … But beware of blue-green algae blooms in Potomac waters … D.C.’s National Mall becomes a danger zone … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, If you visit the French Atlantic port of Brezellec, watch out for Jean Floch, the gangster dolphin.


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Bill Burton ~ Vote for Planet Earth: elect environmental bulldogs.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Dividing and Multiplying Azaleas: Transplant now for a colorful spring.

Earthtalk ~ Can the World Stay Healthy? An annual checkup on global warming and sickness.

The Sporting Life ~ Fire in the Hole! Fall hunting is exploding. by Dennis Doyle

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ A Marvelous Night for a Moon Dance: September’s Harvest Moon rises. by J. Alex Knoll

Curtain Call ~ Colonial Players’ Copenhagen: This deep play manages to show how human lives are affected by the same principles that rule the physical world: Complementarity and Uncertainty. reviewed by Dick Wilson

Flickerings ~ Parker on Beerfest: “Five schlubs from Colorado enter a world champion beer-drinking festival in this raunchy and rather rank comedy.”

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