Volume 14, Issue 38 ~ September 21 - September 27, 2006

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Be Ready for the Next Big Blow

Plan ahead to keep your family safe, sane and secure. by Kat Bennett

Write Your Life

Poet, writer Elisavietta Ritchie brings out the words in you. by Ben Miller

Way Downstream ~ Rand McNally’s 2007 Road Atlas editors like Annapolis and Blackwater Wildlife Refuge … In campaigning for Senate, Lt. Gov. Steele has gone to the dogs … Gov. Ehrlich strikes a deal to vaccinate school kids against flu … Tubman Road Trail opens at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge … If you’re arrested for drug use in Anne Arundel County, you’re more likely to go to jail, while in Calvert you’re more likely to get treatment … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In New Orleans, crawfish have survived continental drift, ice ages and meteor impacts. This fall’s harvest will show how they weather hurricanes.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ The big guys show under the lights: This is what I live for in the fall. by Dennis Doyle

Gunk-Holin’ ~ September’s hurricane hideouts: Searching for protection, space, holding and depth. by Alice Snively

Earth Talk ~ Turning bamboo into paper: How green is this alternative fiber?

Bill Burton ~ Portrait of an odd politician: No election day worries for Wayne Gilchrest.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Sow seed now for a lush lawn in ’07: Nobody ever said growing grass was easy.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ Tilt: Thank your lucky stars for earth’s 231⁄2-degree axis. by J. Alex Knoll

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

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