Letters to the Editor
Even under Power Lines, Sustainable
Ideas Take Root
by Paul Rensted
Many hands make a rain garden:
Finding the motivation to dig in.
Controlling carpenter ants without
spreading poison: Boric acid is the
non-toxic alternative for this voracious pest.
2008 Home & Garden Guide
2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide
by Alice Snively
Fuel costs got you anchored? Try Blackhole Creek on the Magothy River.
Oil or environment? What’s your say in these troubled times?
by Dennis Doyle
The Bay’s most abundant catch: White perch will hardly ever pass up a bait or a battle.
by J. Alex Knoll
The Yin of summer solstice: There’s ancient science behind that symbol of balance.
The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Trees fit for power lines: Power trees are the answer for power line problems.
© Warner Bros
Mark Burns on Get Smart: The flavor of the ’60s original has been diluted by being processed through Hollywood’s canning factory.
News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd
Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny