Volume 14, Issue 45 ~ November 9 - November 15, 2006

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Planning the Thanksgiving Feast: A Bay Weekly Annual

Crown your Thanksgiving table with the oysters of champions ~ plus a few tempting recipes from family and friends. by Sandra Olivetti Martin, Bay Weekly editor

Finding Calvert County Library’s New Home

50,000 books made the move; so can you. by Helena Mann-Melnitchenko

Picketing Spa Creek Bridge for Peace

Three and a half years in, a faithful pair still bear witness. by Adrienne Kasper

Way Downstream ~ In the nick of time, $10.4 million Program Open Space dollars save 754 acres next to Blackwater Wildlife Refuge from development … A shortlist of four Maryland rivers compete for watershed extreme makeover … $147,000 helps Maryland wines ferment … And last but not least, this week’s CREATURE FEATURE, The Maryland Zoo at Baltimore’s African penguins costar with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman in the movie Happy Feet.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ A Tidewater Table: Chesapeake Country gives a feast to be thankful for. by Dennis Doyle

Gunk-Holin’ ~ For that last fine fall weekend, Oxford on Tred Avon. by Alice Snively

Earth Talk ~ Pump it up: Keeping your tires inflated makes for greener — and cheaper — driving.

Bill Burton ~ We’re Fishing the oceans dry soon, they’ll be no more fish in the sea

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Keep your soil alive: Welcome microorganisms in your garden.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ It’s a great view from here: But you may get a dizzy moving at a half-million miles an hour. by J. Alex Knoll

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

Curtain Call ~ Last Bow for Northern High Director Patricia Veneziani; by Carrie Madren

Flickerings ~ Burns on Borat! a sharp and hilarious film, but anyone easily offended should be warned off.

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