New Bay Times Archives
Volume VII Number 46
November 18-24, 1999
- On Our Cover: About to take possession of her new Lothian home built by Habitat for Humanity is Mary McGhee. Photo by M.L. Faunce.
- Dock of the Bay Habitat for Humanity Builds 'This New House' in Lothian * From Heart to Table: Sharing Thanksgiving Dinner * Tofurky for Turkey Day? * In Annapolis, First Greenbury Towers Fall * plus, Way Downstream, In New York, a dozen finalists will compete as 'Dirtiest Kid in America' At Lake Tahoe, no parking for nude bathers In England, building a bigger forest And in Alaska, helicopter skiers invade Chugach National Forest. plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: Confirmed in Georgia: Contented cows give more milk.
- The Urge to Do Good Throughout Chesapeake Country, It's Irrepressible -- by Connie Darago -- Once again this Thanksgiving season, we celebrate volunteers. Meet the doers whose caring sustains the people, animals, culture and environment of Chesapeake Country - and share their success stories.
- Bay Bites Brick House: Shady Side's Informal Eating & Meeting Place
- Editorial At Calvert Cliffs, Let People Have Their Say
- Letters to the Editor Where to Get Dear Principal; Local Crab Supports Local Livelihoods; Call for Holiday Stories
- Bay Reflection My Recipe for Thanksgiving
- Burton on the Bay Old Home Recipes from the Burton Kitchen
- Chesapeake Outdoors Ducks Are Flying
- Not Just for Kids Turkey times
Volume VII Number 47
November 25-December 1, 1999
On Our Cover: The Rebecca T. Ruark in better days, riding a good wind with her sails unreefed and full. Photo © by heritage and heirloom photographer Jeffrey M. Ferrell.
- Dock of the Bay Early Birds Victorious; Colonial's Christmas Carol Sells Out * In Deale, Anti-Safeway Forces Forecast a Filibuster * The Feast after the Feast: One Family's Way with Leftover Turkey * One Item More for Your Winterizing List: Sweep the Chimney * plus, Way Downstream, In Virginia, pioneering escape hatches for female crabs In San Francisco, flowers and bushes scotch Millennium Eve plans From Seattle, double Pulitzer-Prize winner Andy Schneider tries for a third with mining exposé And in World War II Britain, pre-James Bond agents had quite a bag of tricks plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: Barn owl attacker gets cash and sympathy from other Monday Night Football fans.
- Rebecca T. Ruark Rises Captain Wade Murphy's First-Person Story of Loss And Resurrection -- by M.L. Faunce & Sandra Martin -- Third-generation waterman Captain Wade Murphy Jr. tells a harrowing story with a happy ending.
- Bay Bites Jalapeños: A Latin Surprise in a Parole Shopping Center
- Editorial Local Bounty: 170 Ways to Celebrate the Season
- Letters to the Editor Ribbon Candy Returns; Call for Holiday Stories; Department of Corrections
- Bay Reflection Giving Thanks
- Burton on the Bay Bah, Humbug -- They're Ruining the Millennium
- Chesapeake Outdoors On and Off On Fall Waters
- Not Just for Kids Making Holiday Stuff & Meeting Santa
Volume VII Number 48
December 2-8, 1999
- On Our Cover: The sun sneaking up over Chesapeake Bay on a morning in late autumn looks like it might have done a millennium ago - or will a millennium hence. Everything else is like a river, changing from moment to moment. In this week's feature story, writer Christopher Heagy preserves who we were on one day near the end of the second millennium, Common Era. Photo by Christopher Heagy.
- Dock of the Bay Smithsonian Exhibit Reflects Local African American Life * 'The Final Answer': Maryland Parks Win $9 Mil * In Season: Puddle Ducks and Bay Ducks * Bay Life: Cynthia, Our Hometown Redskinette * plus, Way Downstream, In Virginia, Spending no small potatoes on small fish In Barrow, Alaska, adieu old sol In New York, crustaceans succumb to side-effects of development From Boston, news that you already knew: too many catalogues are coming your way plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: From New Jersey, reports of old dogs - and a wolf - learning new vegetarian tricks.
- A Day in the Life ~ Annapolis As the 20th century ran away ... by Christopher Heagy -- What really defines the city is its people. Here's what we were doing as the 20th century ran away
- Bay Bites At McGarvey's Saloon & Oyster Bay, it's easy to stay.
- Editorial Our Bay Window Looks Out on the World
- Letters to the Editor Hooray for Murphy & Ruark; Last Call for Holiday Stories; Department of Corrections
- Commentary Front Line of Literacy: Reading Puts the FUN in Fundamental
- Burton on the Bay How They Bit: The Fishing Year in Review
- Chesapeake Outdoors We All Live Downstream
- Not Just for Kids Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Christine ...
Volume VII Number 49
December 9-15, 1999
- On Our Cover: Alex Haley -- amounting to 400 pounds of bronze -- is lowered by crane from traveling truck to Annapolis City Dock, where he takes up permanent residence as centerpiece of the new Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial dedicated Dec. 9. Here sculptor Ed Dwight, left, supervises the installation crew Dec. 7. Photo by Christy Grimes.
- Dock of the Bay NBT Scouts Christmas Trees: Lots of Choices for a Green Millennium * Bay Life: Kimbra Cutlip - Local Sailor Writes a Tale for Chesapeake Country * plus, Way Downstream, In Virginia, don't eat the fish in the Staunton River From New York in time for Christmas, an aquarium toilet From Harvard, warnings that the third millennium, Common Era, will cost thousands of species plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: From Britain, the story of Shadow the German shepherd who must think he's a Lab.
- Baby Boom Alex Haley and Company Add Four to Annapolis' Family of Statues by M.L. Faunce, Sam Ginder, Christy Grimes and Sandra Martin Read breaking coverage of the just-installed Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial. Then visit with us the whole family, young and old
- Theatrics Theatrical Traditions of Christmas: Two Christmas Carols and One Wonderful Life
- Bay Bites Cantina D'Italia: Two Surprises from this Italian Menu
- Editorial From Puget Sound to Chesapeake Bay
- Letters to the Editor No Y2K Worries Here; Plymouths Forever; Last Days for Holiday Stories
- In Memoriam Jazz Great Charlie Byrd
- Burton on the Bay Our Bay's Biggest Deal -- Even the brightest idea turns out to have a black side to balance its silver lining
- Earth Journal Bluebirds for Christmas
- Not Just for Kids Sailor's Night Before Christmas
Volume VII Number 50
December 16-22, 1999
- On Our Cover: Matching what they want with what they get. Among the possibles and purchases on NBT's creative shoppers' lists: butterfly house, Hawaiian shirt, gardening basket, shop vac, Wallace & Gromit video, peace briefs, space ball, holiday wreath. Illustrations by Jim Hunt.
- Dock of the Bay Give a Gift of Goodwill * Giving Christmas Its Claus: Calvert County's Santa Family * In the Mix for a Musical Christmas * Ideal Gifts: A Newton Apple from the Johnnies * Unwrapping the Top Gift of the Season: Alex Haley * plus, Way Downstream, From Chicago, a prize for Maryland as one of the nation's smartest growth states In Seattle, Starbucks decides it's environmentally friendly enough In New York, paying top dollar to dine on polluted rockfish In China, still seeking Big Foot plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: From Britain, the latest word on how to deflate a human helium balloon.
- NBT's 11th-Hour Gift Guide Shopping Solution: How We Spiked the Tough Ones on Our Lists From the father-in-law to the family dog, not a puzzler stumped NBT's creative shoppers. Read on for inspiration.
- Editorial The Grinch from Richmond
- Letter to the Editor Concerned with Deale
- Commentary Front Lines of Literacy The Gift of Reading
- Burton on the Bay The Spice of Shopping for the Spouse
- Chesapeake Outdoors All an Outdoorsman Wants for Christmas
- Not Just for Kids Fairhaven's Crafty Christmas Girls
Volume VII Number 51
December 23-29, 1999
- On Our Cover: Christmas in the '50s found eager families heading to downtown department stores to gaze at store windows transformed into wonderlands, then climb up on Santa's lap to whisper wishes in his ear. That's where Linda Abbott, left, met her husband-to-be Dennis Abbott, right. Or so the family legend goes. Photos courtesy of the Abbotts.
- Dock of the Bay The End is Near: New Calendars for the New Millennium * Familiar Scenes: Millennia Meet in the South Anne Arundel Calendar * By George: Locals Praise - and Rebury - Our First President * plus, Way Downstream, In Virginia, big spending for land preservation In Mississippi, seeking the Grinch who stole 1,000 Christmas trees plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: From Chicago, Inuk, a 2,200-pound,18-year-old beluga whale, travels to Connecticut with holiday greetings.
- 20th Century Christmas Memories Inspired by young writer Kristin Hagert's story of holiday traditions, we asked you to share your Christmas stories. Here they are, fitting neatly together like pieces of a puzzle to show who in this century we were.
- Bay Bites Almost summer at Calypso Bay
- Editorial Owens' Christmas Wish List
- Letters to the Editor Please, One More Christmas Book; Deale Safeway Supporters Speak
- Bay Reflection My Perfect Christmas
- Burton on the Bay The Christmas that Almost Wasn't
- Chesapeake Outdoors The Season's First Snow Storm
- Not Just for Kids Helpings of Holiday Cheer
Volume VII Number 52
December 30, 1999 - January 5, 2000
- Chesapeake Country at Millennium's End Looking back through our 1999 pages at a very big year.
- Dock of the Bay A Calvacade of Dock of the Bay: In Dock of the Bay, you read the news as it was meant to be written: with drama, value and punch. Here in review, some of our favorite subjects... Dock of the Bay
- Theatrics Theatrical roundup of the year's stage delights.
- Bay Bites A year's summary of our Bay Weekly restaurant reviews
- Editorial 1999 in editorial review
- Letters to the Editor From A to Z, our writers to this year's letters to the editor.
- Bay Reflection Reflecting on 1999
- Burton on the Bay Bill Burton's Year in Review: From Bill Burton, the dean of Maryland outdoor writers, we learn about life as well as wildlife
- Earth Journal 1999 in Review
- Not Just for Kids A Year in the Life of Kids: 2000 is just around the corner. But before 1999 ends, New Bay Times looks back at all the places kids have gone this year. Thank you for coming along & come back to see where we go next year.
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