Volume 14, Issue 43 ~ October 26 - November 1, 2006

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Campaign 2006 ~ Senator Who?

Will It Be Sen. Cardin, Sen. Steel or Sen. Zeese? interviews with Sandra Olivetti Martin, Bay Weekly editor

The Black Hole

A Local Haunting. story by Don Campbell; illustrations by Betsy Kehne

Way Downstream ~ County executive race a dead heat, but a quarter of likely voters still don’t think they know enough to decide wisely … As temperatures lower, a trip on the water can give boaters a big chill … Army Corps of Engineers hopes to rebuild another Bay island … Chesapeake deadzones make bad news in new United Nations report … And last but not least, this week’s creature feature, The revenge of the bears: Human Society sets its sights on defeating Gov. Robert Ehrlich.

On Exhibit: Cup of the Month Challenge

Brassieres come out of the closet as art. by Carrie Madren


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ A fine madness: Autumn on the Chesapeake can be bliss — or lunacy. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Journal ~ How the grouse got its name: A modern-day fairy tale. by Gary Pendleton

Earth Talk ~ Striking a green global bargain: Lender and debtor nations can get relief for environmental good works.

Bill Burton ~ The last American independents: The big squeeze is on for those who work the land and water.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Prepare your winter garden now: Summer's end doesn't mean your harvest has to

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ Time waits for no one: At least not until you figure out how to set all your clocks back an hour. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s Guide to Good Times. by Carrie Madren

Flickerings ~ Parker on The Prestige: This complex and mysterious tale leaves us guessing until the very end.

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