Volume VII Number 10
March 11-17, 1999
- On Our Cover: Lindy Hop instructors
John and Samanta Sargent, of Baltimore, work at having fun. The Cherry
Bomb theyre tossing here is one of the many moves they teach every
Monday at Club Hollywood. In one lesson, youll learn how to move
your feet to the music, lead or follow your partner and do swing-outs and
spins. Photo by new dancer Mark Burns.
- Dock of the Bay
In Annapolis, Women of Color Win Laurels * In Anne Arundel
South, Citizen Planners Polish Crystal Balls * plus, Way Downstream, In
New York, little old lady outguns loggers
In Maine, lobster futures
uncertain as harvests strong
In New Mexico, drivers complain of
obnoxious dumping after 40,000 gallons of raw cow manure spilled on a rural
In Australias Homebush Bay, theres a toxic waste
dumping ground to clean up before the 2000 Olympic Games begin
last but not least, this weeks Creature Feature: Look whos
up to monkey business in Exploratoys new Sea Monkey Digital Watch.
- Swingtime on the Bay Everybodys Doing It. Why Not You?
Dance devotee Ayres shows off the steps, style and synchronosity of swing
- Bay Bites Paul's Homewood Cafe: Eclectic Eating
on "The Circle"
- Editorial Message to Planners: People Are Watching You
- Letters to the Editor Please Spay, Neuter Now; Recipes for
Readers; For the Birds
- Bay Reflection Its a Wonderful Life When youre
on equal footing
- Burton on the Bay Elegy for a Hero: It Wasn't So with Joltin' Joe
- Earth Journal Longer Days, Shorter Daffodils
- Not Just For Kids Dive into Dolphin Fun with a trip to
the Baltimore Aquarium, our drawing contest and another wave of a maze.
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