Volume 15, Issue 5 ~ February 1 - February 7, 2007

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Bay Weekly’s 10th Annual Groundhog Day Movie Guide

Burrow down for another six weeks of good winter watching.

Way Downstream ~ Anne Arundel’s Leopold is Maryland’s first county executive to sign the U.S. Mayor’s Climate Protection Agreement … Asian oysters won’t be allowed in Maryland waters, but they’re on the menu at Chesapeake Biological Lab’s seafood and science dinners … Spring will be thin for Maryland rockfishing … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, in Washington state, if bars open to dogs, they’d better serve Amsterdam’s new beer for your best friend.

Curtain Call ~ Bowie Community Theatre’s Not Now, Darling: “Throw some rapid-fire dialogue into the mix, toss some undergarments and a fur coat or two out a window and you’ve got the essence of this comedy.” reviewed by Dick Wilson


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ Superstitions: Ways to charm the fickle fishing fates. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Trees to combat climate change: Plant these species to ease global warming.

Bill Burton ~ Keep your hands — and eyes — on the wheel for my sake: I get claustrophobia from ambulances.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Get berry ready for summer, starting now: Winter pruning brings luscious warm-weather berries.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ The tipping point between winter and spring: Celebrate the coming sun at your own risk. by J. Alex Knoll

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

Flickerings ~ Jonathan Parker on Catch and Release: We like a romantic comedy that resembles the way things might happen in real life. To do that, the filmmakers have to do more than have one good idea.

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