New Bay Times Archives
Archived here are the bulk of each 1998
issue, excluding time-sensitive material, such as Sky Watch and Good Bay
Times. Please use the sidebar at left to select an issue.
Number 11 March 19-25, 1998
- On Our Cover
Leslie Bradley and Jeffrey Watson dance Igor Stravinsky's Rites of Spring
at Ballet Theatre of Annapolis. See them for yourself as spring breaks,
March 20 or 21 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Beauregard's photo
courtesy of Ballet Theatre of Annapolis.
- Celebrating Women's History
Month - Calvert County Decorates its Her-oes
What makes a woman a leader? Glover's retrospective
on five women honored by Calvert County's Commission on Women during its
16-year history reveals that achievers follow in the footsteps of supportive
family members, mentors or role-models - especially mothers and teachers.
- Dock of the Bay Maryland Honors Her Her-oes, Adding
Five to Women's Hall of Fame · Anne Arundel Women of Color Get a
Bit of Their Due · At Black & Blue Ball, Motorcyclists Raise
Big Bucks to fight Muscular Dystrophy · plus, Way Downstream ...
In New Jersey, Pick 6 for Mother Nature In Oregon, look who's "flushed
with embarrassment" In New Mexico, desecrating Petroglyph National
Monument Park In California, Marines scale cliffs and last but not least,
this week's Creature Feature: Wind farms aren't for the birds.
- Editorial Will Annapolis Scandals "Fetch" Better Ways?
- Letters to the Editor One More Abercrombie Legend; How Wet
Was It?; Ellen Bashin' Time
- Bay Reflection Maryland's Vanishing Cliffs
- Burton on the Bay In the Movies - Burton Said Yes; Tangier
- Earth Journal Untimely Things
- Not Just for Kids Learn about Theseus, hero of ancient Greek
mythology, and the story of his battle with Minotaur. Puzzle through a
maze to find Theseus's exit.
Volume VI Number 12 March 16 - April 1, 1998
- On Our Cover: Smiling or not, this is what a bald eagle looks like. Look high
in the tallest trees along the Bay to see cousins of this mature fellow,
who's carried his fish dinner to his perch. Photo by Craig Koppie, U.S.
Fish & Wildlife Service.
- Close Encounters of the Avian
proudest symbol, bald eagles are returning to Chesapeake Country, where
they find habitat they like: wetlands, open water and a great big sky to
circle in the drafts of air. But even as we rejoice in their return, it's
well to remember that the bald eagle's only natural enemy is us.
- Dock of the Bay Bats and Trowels on Opening Day: Homestead
"Colors" Play at Oriole · Coffee Beans for Caffeine Fiends
· As Prez Seeks Safe Haven, AA Dems Party in Rose Haven ·
In Calvert, Four More Her-oes Named · In Annapolis, Chamber Music
in Memory of Sara Watkins · In Southern Maryland, Village Doctor
Chronicles Historic Villages · plus, Way Downstream ... In Michigan,
some noses out of joint over Great Lake Champlain In California, score
two for Mother Nature but deduct one from San Francisco's Russian Orthodox
nuns In Massachusetts, kids prefer polar bears to Pilgrims and last but
not least, this week's Featured Creature: Maine lobsters. Will today's
feast mean tomorrow's famine?
- Editorial New Bay Times Birthday Bivalve Bash Only Five Weeks Hence: The
Countdown Begins & You're Invited!
- Letters to the Editor NBT Beats Online Blues; Let's Hear It
for Bad News
- Bay Reflection He Had a Dream ... that there be dialogue,
not a monologue. Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968)
- Burton on the Bay Behold this Eagle
- Chesapeake Outdoors Farewell to Lady D
- Not Just for Kids Travel to Antarctica, Russia, England, Tanzania
and more when you read about Tidewater School's Pretend World Tour.
Volume VI Number
13 April 2-8, 1998
- On Our Cover: A good book like The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash is not just
for kids. Gov. Parris Glendening's reading it at least two dozen times
this year as he reads to kids in every Maryland county plus, of course,
Baltimore in his Reading Across Maryland program. Here the governor reads
to Karen Strandquist's first-grade class at Annapolis Elementary School.
Photo by Stephen B. Armstrong.
- Marina Dreams: NBT's Guide
for Picking a Home for Your Boat With 589 miles of shoreline and 15,000 slips, Anne Arundel and
Calvert Counties make a boater's second-biggest decision deliciously complicated.
- Dock of the Bay At Roedown Races, All Who Showed Won
· Horseshoes Find Friends in High Places · It's Safe to Go
Back in the Water: After Axing by State, Venerable Cruising Guide Is Back
· Spring Splash: Don't Be Reckless, Read This Checklist ·
plus, Way Downstream ... Without Clinton Administration, "fishing
factories" won't shut down Among Great Lakes, Lake Champlain's out
of luck In Florida, conservation wins one, development another and last
but not least, this week's Creature Features: bighorn sheep in the North
Dakota Badlands could use a little less company.
- Editorial Gen. Gary: A New Drug Warrior Suits Up For Battle
- Letters to the Editor Never Too Late for a Good Word; Advice
to Weirdo: Shermans Fought on Both Sides; Are Lascivious Lentils Behind
the President's Libido?
- Commentary Must Anne Arundel County Grow? Part
- Burton on the Bay Bunny Love: Don't Take It Lightly
- Earth Journal Spring Fever is Just Another Name for
- Not Just for Kids Gov. Glendening goes back to school! Check
out cool Maryland Did You Know? facts and a neat word search.
VI Number 14 April 9-15 1998
- On Our Cover: Greg Hatza lives two lives. By day, he's a tai chi master, finding
physical, mental and emotional strength in the meditative martial art.
By night, he's a jazz master, coordinating hands and feet to play the organ
while leading the four members of The Greg Hatza Organization. Photos by
Betsy Kehne and N. Knoll.
- NBT Profile: Greg Hatza by Nathaniel Knoll From music
to martial arts, this Marylander has all the right moves.
- Dock of the Bay New Maestro Speaks: Annapolis Symphony
to 'Fine-Tune' · Goings-On in Bay Country: Puzzled by Worldly Machinations?
Read a Great Book · Gov. Enriches Calvert Parks w/$400k Nest Egg
· Bernie's a Bay Hero · NBT Ads Take 7 Awards · plus,
Way Downstream ... In the U.K. turning chicken manure into electricity
In Virginia, Chesapeake Bay has a friend at last In Alaska, climbers trash
Mt. McKinley In Mexico, Norwegian Cruise Ship Line pays damages to the
Great Maya Reef and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: now
playing in Florida, the Mystery of the Unhatched Alligator Eggs.
- Editorial Chapman's Landing: Glendening's Big Score
- Letters to the Editor Help SPCA Raise $50,000 May 17; On Guns,
Del. Owings Should Think Again
- Commentary Give Nature a Chance: The Case for Federal
- Burton on the Bay It's Do-It-Yourself Time - Time to catch,
clean, cook and eat your own rock
- Chesapeake Outdoors Dishonor for Chesapeake Country
- Not Just for Kids Learn about Passover, Pascha and Easter.
Sneak a peek at a V.I.B. and Little Bo Peep.
Volume VI Number 15 April 16-22,
- NBT Interview: Poet Laureate
Roland Flint with Sandra Martin -- In which
the poet reminds us that times of need, whether great or small, for whatever
kind of inspiration, people still turn to poetry.
- Dock of the Bay Linda Gray Has a Hammer; Habitat to Build Again · Opening
Day: This Year's Baysox More than a "Minor" Attraction ·
Green is Good and Good for You · Isabelle and Sydney Fly Away Home
· On the Bay: Making Every Day Earth Day · plus, Way Downstream
... In San Francisco, Russian Orthodox nuns compromise with Mother Nature
While in Portola, California Department of Fish and Game makes war on Lake
Davis and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: Baltimore Orioles
play ball for Baltimore orioles.
- Editorial Adios General Assembly: Two Strokes For Bay Folks
- Letters to the Editor Another Eagle Counted; He's Back: GOP's
Parran to Run Again; Getting to the Corps in Wetlands
- Bay Reflection For Arbor & Earth Days: Living Trees
and Loving Memories
- Burton on the Bay Rockfish Luck Returns
- Earth Journal For Better or Worse, Everything's Hopping
- Not Just for Kids Learn about the Summit School's 6th grade
community, a world of teamwork and making a difference. Mayo Elementary
School celebrates spring.
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