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The Secret Life of Yachties

by Alice Snively
Yachting in this country began as a sport for the wealthy. Enthusiasts formed associations to further the sport. The first in the United States, New York Yacht Club, was born in 1844 and incorporated in 1865. Yachting has since evolved to include the whole family and is much more affordable. But what really goes on behind those locked gates and closed clubhouse doors?. continue reading...

Curtain Call
reviewed by by Margaret Tearman
Against a backdrop of wind-thrashed Chesapeake Bay on the North Beach boardwalk, Twin Beach Players held on to their hats in Much Ado about Nothing..

It Takes an iVillage
Chesapeake Country’s Lauren Sue Masoero found her village on line. Now she debuts as one of the Voices from the Village
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More of the Same Old Rock and Roll
Summer brings transformations: Water lilies bloom, insects buzz, produce stands and tiki bars open for business — and an asphalt museum parking lot and a grassy community field undergo overnight metamorphosis into concert halls for some of music’s biggest stars. by Margaret Tearman
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Way Downstream
Bits and bytes from the broader Chesapeake world.

What's Inside:

Letters to the Editor

Debunkers Desist: Climate is
Right For Global Warming Solutions

by Aloysia C. Hamalainen
From the Derby to the Preakness:
Why Eight Belles broke America’s heart.

Earth Talk
The bottled water backlash: Bottled
water’s days are numbered..

The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Save your soil! Easy does
it when you till or turn.

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
A final afternoon on the Flats:
It’s always worth the gamble.

2008 Home & Garden Guide

2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide

Bill Burton
Walking in our own moccasins:
Our drive-in culture has caught
up with us.

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
Bright lights near and far:
In space, distance is all relative.


Earth Journal
by Gary Pendleton
Not all the band’s here: Even so, May’s music is great..

© Warner Bros.

Movie Reviews
Burns on Speed Racer: Automotive acrobatics, tumbling viewpoints, explosives and swirling lights create a nexus of wild flux.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

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