Volume 14, Issue 41 ~ October 12 - October 18, 2006

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Campaign 2006 ~ Two Men, One Goal

Delegate John Leopold and Sheriff George Johnson Both Want to be Anne Arundel’s Next County Executive. Which Will You Elect? interviewed by Sandra Olivetti Martin, Bay Weekly Editor

Campaign 2006 ~ Neck and Neck toward the House of Delegates

Is Sue Kullen running fast enough to keep her job at the State House representing Calvert County? Calvert County Commission president David Hale, her challenger, is tight on her heels. by Sandra Olivetti Martin, bay weekly editor

Way Downstream ~ Fallout from Florida’s Foley hits Maryland … Check up on autumn’s hues at DNR’s Fall Foliage Hotline: 800-leaves-1 … William and Mary’s Tribe to lose its feathers … Stalemate at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge … And last but not least, this week’s CREATURE FEATURE, Caesar-salad lovers beware: Spain’s anchovies are dying before you can eat them.

Bay Theatre Company’s Deathtrap

The fun is in the game; nobody wins — except the audience. reviewed by Dick Wilson


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ A little magic on skinny water: Who knows what’s alluring? by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Feasting on food from home: Buying local makes for healthier — and eco-friendly — meals.

Bill Burton ~ Forecasting winter: With nature’s clues, who needs weather people?

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Dig now for spring tulips: Fall’s the time to plan for April bursts of color.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ From north to south: Polaris and Fomalhaut stand juxtaposed like sentries in the night. by J. Alex Knoll

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

Flickerings ~ Parker on The Departed: Scorsese is up to speed with what we expect from our modern day mobsters; i.e. what The Sopranos have taught us to expect.

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