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.
VI Number 1 January 8-14, 1998
- On Our Cover: Chuck Shepherd's annual look back at
The News of the Weird.
- Dock of the Bay Why Evans Wants to Bury Gary In Annapolis,
Mayor Johnson's Plate Runneth Over In North Beach, Mayoral Candidates Fire
Early Shots plus, Way Downstream ... In Austin, Texas, a new rallying call:
Slow on Beans, Eat Rice In Indiana, Navy napalm scheme nixed In Boston,
letting the fox into the chicken coop and this week's Featured Creatures,
the famous pigeons of Venice, fallen from favor.
- Editorial The Censors and Maya Angelou
- Letters to the Editor Featured Fowl; Who Was that Bird?; Substainable
- Bay Reflection All You Need is Love - For the Chimes of
- Burton on the Bay You Catch Them While You Can
- Earth Journal January Transitions
- Not Just for Kids - This week's children's page includes snow
globe instructions - you can make it snow, even when it's warm outside
- and a recipe for hot chocolate out of this world.
Volume VI Number 2 January 15-21, 1998
On Our Cover: Writing definitions is never easy, but
do the Feds really think that mouse genes and sludge belong in our organic
New Bay Times Interview: Up Close with the Longest Serving Senate President
Dock of the Bay Pass That Glowing Organic Tomato with
the Fast-Grow Mouse DNA In Anne Arundel County, Found: Big Thinkers For
Small Planning Groups At Ballet Theatre of Annapolis, Harris' Act Closes;
Morgan's Opens plus, Way Downstream ... In Florida, where giant armadillos
once roamed, the Italian Stallion runs amok ... In Norway, score one for
the fish ... In Washington, where was that Energizer Bunny when Rep. Christopher
Shays needed him ... and this week's Featured Creatures, the imperiled
tigers of India.
Editorial Diane Evans and the Republican Party
Letters to the Editor Did Burton Jog When He Should Have Jigged?;
Friends Need to Keep Calvert Cliffs Open; Department of Corrections
Commentary Alternatives - We Know Our World from
the Inside Out
Burton on the Bay Truth is Weirder Than Fiction - The
Strange Case of Wicomico County's Babe
Chesapeake Outdoors Men and Dogs vs. Birds
Not Just for Kids - This week's children's page includes writing
from a local kids' journalism class
Volume VI Number 3 January 22-28,
On Our Cover: Chesapeake Armchair Adventures -- New
Books to Warm You in Winter
Dock of the Bay In Annapolis, Countering the Klan: Community
Sets Strategy In Prince Frederick, Gambling for the Abused In Crownsville,
A Plan Gets Its Players On the Bay: Chesapeake Debris from Susquehanna
Surges plus, Way Downstream ... In Washington, D.C., promoting forests
with famous trees In Israel, nutrient pollution darkens the Sea of Galilee
From Florida, bad news of manatees' declining numbers and this week's Featured
Creatures, Thai monkeys make rich uncles.
Klan Convenes the Powers of Hatred
Letters to the Editor The Right Not to Read
Commentary Flu, by Any Name, Is Serious Business
Burton on the Bay Changing Times on the Whitetail Trail
Earth Journal I Stop to Listen on a Wet Morning ...
Not Just for Kids - Egg-citing poems and a story of January
rain highlight this week's kids page.
VI Number 4 January 29 - February 4, 1998
- On Our Cover: Home Sweet Home, the perfect seat for
winter movie watching.
- Dock of the Bay Pfiesteria Fights: In Chesapeake Country,
The Bell Rings for Round Two In Mid-Arundel, Players Take the Field plus,
Way Downstream ... In Ohio, Rep. Jim Buchy is a different breed of dirty
politician In Florida, too many pigs, too little coral and for this week's
Featured Creatures, we take you to an Aussie "Tunarama."
- Editorial Enlist in the Pfiesteria War
- Letters to the Editor Telling It Like It Is; Adopt Calvert
- Commentary All in Fun
- Burton on the Bay Bitten By Bugs
- Chesapeake Outdoors On the Water in Late January
- Not Just for Kids A Pinata Party and Groundhog Day stories
along with a rebus highlight this week's kids page.
Volume VI Number 5 February 5-11, 1998
- "Roots" Stops on the Road from Slavery to Freedom
- what better time than Black History Month to take a "Roots"
tour of Chesapeake Country, a region is as rich in - though far less known
for - African American history as colonial heritage.
- Dock of the Bay Sauerbrey's Song: Don't Shoot Down Farmers
in the War on Pfiesteria Gary Greening? "Critical Areas Must be Protected"
Roadside Attraction: Bumpy Ride for Candidate's Rooneymobile Get Ready
for Rockfish Act III of Annapolis Symphony Orchestra's Conductor Search
Grants Bazaar: Get $$ for Green Ideas plus, Way Downstream ... In neighboring
Cambridge, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge wins $1.5 million In Chincoteague
Bay, clam dredging halted In Tennessee, Cher blows the whistle on Oak Ridge
Laboratory in Hollywood, an environmental nightmare for DreamWorks Studio
and this week's Featured Creatures, green tree frogs honored in Georgia.
- Editorial Black History Month: Reason to Celebrate and Study
- Letters to the Editor Miller Gets Teeth ... and Chewed; Judging
- Bay Reflection What Price Freedom?
- Burton on the Bay Standing Up for No-Shoulders
- Earth Journal February
- Not Just for Kids Check out a spooky story by local kids.
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