Letters to the Editor
Beneath These Cameras,
Don’t Be Too Candid
by Dick Wilson
Exotic cats make the best coffee: When buying $80-a-pound coffee, know what you’re paying for.
Precocious adolescence: 21st century lifestyles are shortening childhood.
Dock of the Bay
A third reactor at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant won’t solve Maryland’s energy crisis, declares Maryland Public Interest Research Group … New product squishes the pain of jellyfish, stings … Kent County the best living in rural America … and this week’s Creature Feature: feds investing $130,000 to keep Eastern box turtles from becoming road kill.
News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd
Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny
Grumpy’s day at the farm: Having just lost a tooth, my granddaughter was all smiles for our visit with the Bay Gardener.
by Dennis Doyle
The Chesapeake can spoil you: A bad day on the Bay can still be a good one.
by J. Alex Knoll
Aquarius’ dim lights could brighten from an annual meteor shower.
2008 Home & Garden Guide
2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide
|Voyages of Discovery
by Lynn Teo Simarski and Guy G. Guthridge
Stewing in the toxic soup: Live long and mutate.
The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Good lawns grow by science, not by guesswork. Start with a soil test so you’ll know what you’re doing.
© Universal Pictures
Jonathan Parker on Hellboy II: The Golden Army: Less a breath of fresh air and more a stench of hackneyed comic book genre convention..