Volume 14, Issue 44 ~ November 2 - November 8, 2006

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Campaign 2006 ~ Bay Weekly’s 2006 Voter’s Guide

The candidates speak for themselves on our Bay and communities. by Sandra Olivetti Martin, Bay Weekly editor, and Aubree Stafford, editorial assistant

Way Downstream ~ Beware push-pollsters asking loaded questions … Dead set against smoking? Maryland Group Against Smoker's Pollution has the voting guide for you … Nov. 7 is Election Day, but official results may come much later … Fewer baby rockfish may be the fault of drought, not disaster … 451 hunters bag 41 bears in Maryland bear hunt; police bag two illegal hungers … Prominent Calvert citizens certify Annmarie Garden’s Great Windchime for Guinness Book of World Records … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In Vermont, running Green Mountain College on cow power.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ Hard-weather fish: A bad day fishing is better than a good day otherwise spent. by Dennis Doyle

Where We Live ~ Home invasion: It’s cricket season where I live. by Steve Carr

Earth Talk ~ Greening your home: Steps to healthier living.

Bill Burton ~ In the unstirred pot, truth sinks: What candidate is going to voluntarily confess to shortcomings?

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Time to pot spring bulbs: A little work now will yield a housefull of blooms.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ The slowing: Our days are shedding light, and fast. by J. Alex Knoll

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

Curtain Call ~ Prisoner of Zenda: Go for the exhilarating sword fight, but you’ll be impressed by the talent of these fine young actors. Reviewed by Dotty Doherty
~ Colonial Players’ Jake’s Women: Neither light comedy — though plenty of laughs — nor somber melodrama. reviewed by Dick Wilson

Flickerings ~ Parker on Running with Scissors: As we peel back the layers here, we find every one to be bad.
Babel: Beautifully wrought but held together by grief, fear of miscommunication and random tragedy.

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