Volume XVII, Issue 38 # September 17 - September 23, 2009

Bill Burton: December 15, 1926 - August 10, 2009

Hear Bill Burton and see images of his life online in a four-minute slide show, “Bill Burton Remembered."

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This Week’s Features . . .

Art Grows in Stacey Hann-Ruff’s Garden

Annmarie Garden comes into bloom at Artfest this weekend

When Stacey Hann-Ruff was hired in 2003, the 30-acre garden was more garden than art. Since its creation in 1992, a pathway had been laid through the woods, and a handful of intriguing sculptures raised. Beyond that was the signature ceramic gate that still stands, alerting visitors that something amazing is here, and one 800-square-foot building for art shows and classes.

Home Improvements

Peter and Helen Perry put the earth’s constant temperature to work

Dancing with the Stars

Max Chmerkovskiy shines even brighter in the flesh

Dock of the Bay

A New Torah for the New Year: Calvert’s only Jewish congregation has much to celebrate . . . Fruits of the sea: The Maryland Seafood Festival hauled in a bounty of donations . . . The King of Summer: Tomatoes rule at Homestead Gardens . . . Our hapless neighbors: Recent objects stolen . . . This week’s Creature Feature: Backyard chicken coops in vogue In Calvert

Spotlight on Theatre

Colonial Players’ The Curious Savage

You’ll be charmed by these lunatics

Regular Favorites . . .

from the Editor


The Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle

Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll


Days a Week
calendar of events

by Diana Beechener

Music Notes
by Ashley Goodman

movie reviews and

Free Will Astrology©
by Rob Brezsny

News of the Weird©
by Chuck Shepherd


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