Volume 14, Issue 37 ~ September 14 - September 20, 2006

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Marion Warren, Picture Maker: June 18, 1920–September 8, 2006

A photo memorial from all seven decades of his shooting life.

Corvettius Obsessicus Is a Rare Breed

This is America’s sports car. by Matt Makowski

Way Downstream ~ Caught in the Bay, the biggest croaker of them all … Horse farms may replace fossil fuels in powering Southern Anne Arundel County … Low-grade avian flu turns up in wild ducks on the Eastern Shore … Omega Protein, Chesapeake Bay’s menhaden plunderer in trouble for cyanide pollution … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In Chesapeake Bay, follow the path of a more rare Kemp's ridley sea turtle nursed back to health at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

Where We Live ~ Farewell, Marion Warren: The man who captured the story of our lives and the vanishing world around us. by Steve Carr

The Sporting Life ~ Man against fish: Who’s playing who? by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Use and reuse in the lunchbox: Pack a greener lunch to teach kids eco-friendly habits.

Bill Burton ~ We did it: We dozen old men helped win World War II.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Dividing and multiplying daylilies: Get more blooms next year by transplanting.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ Finding light in dark, moonless nights. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s Guide to good times. by Carrie Steele

Curtain Call ~ Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre’s Broadway Under The Stars: Bubbling with fun, Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre's 40th Anniversary production is as much a party as a theatric production. reviewed by Kat Bennett

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