Volume 14, Issue 9 ~ March 2 - March 8, 2006

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Pay it Forward ~ Sit back while musicians convert your dollars to good causes; by Carrie Steele.

Save This Old Barn ~ Jug Bay seeking loving owner for its #3 tobacco barn — free; by Carrie Steele

Where Have All the Chessies Gone? ~ What’s become of the Bay’s own dog? by Kat Bennett

Sowing Change ~ Annapolitans gather to grow a better city; by Carrie Steele

Welcome to Bay Weekly’s Dining Guide, your defiinitive source for eating out in Chesapeake Country. We are blessed with a bounty of restaurants, caterers and food specialists, as you will see by the hundreds of dining establishments throughout the Bay Weekly area.


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Invite Spring for an Early Visit: It’s not too early to have spring flowers in your home

Bill Burton ~ Going to War over Yellow Perch

Earthtalk ~ Tackling Ticks: Repel pesky ticks without dangerous chemicals this summer

Curtain Call ~

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ Celestial Tears: Tracking the Pleiades and Hyades; by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s guide to good times; by Carrie Steele

Way Downstream ~ In the Eastern Shore town of Bishopville, it’ll cost $6 million to remove a dam, but the fish will love it … Does atrazine on the fields mean fewer sea turtles in the Bay? … In West Virginia’s coal country, pollution pays for big mining companies … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Pennsylvania’s drive to crack down on transgendered fish means people will have to change some bad habits.

Music Notes

Flickerings ~ Jonathan Parker’s 6th Annual Alternative Oscars: “Jon Stewart will be terrific as this year’s host of the Academy Awards. However, the reviews will say he bombed because ratings will be so low. Don’t blame Stewart; blame the pictures.”
• 16 Blocks: “The quintessential broken-down cop crosses the poster boy for police corruption in this tense, well-executed formula flick.”
• Aquamarine: “Mean Girls meets The Little Mermaid in a bubblegum feature that will test the spending power of tween girls.”
• Dave Chaeppelle’s Block Party: “You don’t have to be a fan of hip-hop to get a huge kick out of this expansive, generous film.”
• Doogal: “Getting excited about this secondhand cartoon, from a British TV series, is difficult because the canine hero is such a dullard.”

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