Volume 14, Issue 46 ~ November 16 - November 22, 2006

Local Bounty 2006

More than 40 Days and Nights of Pleasures for All Ages

From lights displays to gingerbread house workshops to Messiah performances to ringing out 2006 and in 2007, Bay Weekly’s Local Bounty holiday guide will fill your days and nights, all the way from preparing for Thanksgiving through celebrating the New Year. We’ve reported as thoroughly and accurately as our early deadline allows, but it’s best to call ahead to confirm times. Also, peruse the whole calendar early and make your reservations, for the season’s popular events fill up fast.

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The Hunt for a Living

On the job with Capt. Dan Baker III. by B.C. Phillips


The winter sojourn of the tundra swans. by Dotty Holcomb Doherty

Shopping for Cleaner, Greener Wheels

I browsed alternative-fuel cars seeking my dream machine. by Carrie Madren

Breaking the Fossil Fuel Habit

The Stanbro brothers found their alternative, and it’s free. by Jim Lodico

Way Downstream ~ Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s annual index: Bay health is still failing … In Anne Arundel County, your visiting friends help pay your taxes … St. John’s College vitalizes the Bay’s longest living shoreline … Movie star Robert Redford helps Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer put our capital city on the front lines of the fight against global warming … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In Virginia, seeking new ways to save the sponge crabs that are the mothers of the species..


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ I haunt the Narrows when cold temperatures and hard weather have driven off everyone of any sense. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Leave the leaves: When autumn trees drop foliage, don’t burn; compost instead.

Bill Burton ~ Our day at the polls: Does every vote count?

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ No easy fix for wintering plants.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ Take the fast train: The weekend’s new moon makes way for November’s Leonid meteor shower. by J. Alex Knoll

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

Curtain Call ~ U.S. Naval Academy Masqueraders’ A Streetcar Named Desire. reviewed by Kat Bennett

Flickerings ~ Burns on Stanger than Fiction: This accessible reality bender is a quirky, heartfelt trip, with light humor offset by poignant drama.

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