Volume 15, Issue 3 ~ January 18 - January 24, 2007



Unspoken Words

Anne Arundel’s black heroes live among us as statues with legacies to pass down and with lessons to teach. story by Ben Miller • photos by Cathy C. Miller

A Visionary for Chesapeake Waters

Anne Pearson’s persistence erodes apathy — and earns a top award. by Carrie Madren

Way Downstream ~ Signs coming on Rt. 2 to help you find your way to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. … 50,000 tiny soft crabs are very wrong, say the Feds who’ve seized the illegal catch … Powerboaters alert: Here’s how boats sink … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, From China, the invasive emerald ash borer, now in Maryland, could mean death for America’s ash trees.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ A cactus for all seasons: Christmas cacti will bloom again for Easter.

Bill Burton ~ Smoked out: We smokers have a right to be paranoid; they are after us.

The Sporting Life ~ What El Niño might mean for 2007 fishing: I’m dreaming of fine, early fishing. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Don your organics: Eco-Clothes don’t need to be dowdy.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ A ring of great winter lights; Six bright stars round out the Great Winter Circle. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s gguide to good times. by Carrie Madren with Aubree Stafford

Flickerings ~ Jonathan Parker on Pan’s Labyrinth: This fairy tale for adults is a fascinating visual spectacle with a story that keeps us engaged from beginning to end.

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