Volume VII Number 32
August 12-18, 1999
- On Our Cover: At Dundalk Marine Terminal,
passengers board the John W. Brown - built 57 years ago across the Patapsco
River at Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard - for a peacefully nostalgic ride
on one of World War II's two remaining Liberty ships. Photo by Mark Burns.
- Dock of the Bay
Defy the Drought: Greywater Your Garden · How You
Can Save Precious H20 · Baseball's Girls of Summer · Bits
and Pieces ~ Cancer Gala Makes a Million · For Boaters, Y2K Arrives
in August · plus, Way Downstream, In Virginia, King William County
still wants a giant reservoir From Seattle, Starbucks promises a new "eco-friendly"
coffee bean From Montana, Rocky Mountain Lab makes the world safe from
rabies South of Louisiana, Gulf's "Dead Zone" keeps growing plus,
last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: In Dallas, wild cats
obsessed by Calvin Klein.
- Boat Rides on the Bay Turning Back Time On John W. Brown by
Mark Burns -- From Abbott and Costello to in-air dogfights to storming
Solomons, this big boat takes quite a cruise.
- Hospice Cup by Carol Glover -- Whether you're a
sailor or landlubber, good times are coming - for a good cause - in September's
- Bay Bites Bites & Sights at Annapolis Cinema
- Editorial Maryland 2000's Merry Millennium in the Making
- Letters to the Editor A Calvert Message to Anne Arundel; Christmas
in July; Lacrosse Dreams
- Bay Reflection My Last Mission of Hope
- Burton on the Bay All in the Same Boat - Out of the Water
- Chesapeake Outdoors Croaking the Rhythm of the Bay
- Not Just for Kids Tales of Tails & Stingers
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