Letters to the Editor
Dock of the Bay
Bits and bytes from the
broader Chesapeake world
Summer Lessons in Procrastination
by Alan Delaney
2008’s infamous block party adventur:
It’s amazing how much trouble a
neighborhood softball game can cause.
The sweet smell of trouble: Candles and air fresheners can emit more than you bargain for.
by Gary Pendleton
July’s supercharged skies: Be careful you don’t become a lightning rod.
reviewed by Jane Elkin
Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre’s Forever Plaid: Beat your feet to Compromise Street to meet these cool cats.
Three out of four say NO: Readers reply to Burton’s question on drilling for oil.
by Dennis Doyle
Whims of the fishing gods: Some days it’s just plain no; other days they give you a taste.
by J. Alex Knoll
Gazing at the heart of our galaxy: There’s more to Sagittarius than just a bow and arrow.
2008 Home & Garden Guide
2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide
The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Azaleas invaded by aliens: Those strange growths are leaf galls; get rid of them.
© Columbia Pictures
Mark Burns on Hancock: Superhero fans will find this packs a decent punch.
News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd
Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny