Volume VII Number 43
October 28 - November 3, 1999
- On Our Cover: Kids contributor Emily Sikorski tries on the family Halloween
pumpkin while big sister Hollie and big brother Joey wish they were small
enough to get in. Photo by Jacquie Sheehan.
- Dock of the Bay
Whale of a Tale: Luther Lohr Finds 70-lb. Fossil * Bits &
Pieces: Beware-Deer Crossing * Liberty Lost: Farewell to an Old Tree *
News of the Weird: Still Crazy After All These Years * plus, Way Downstream,
In New Zealand, reverse shark attack ... In Illinois, 20,000 red-winged
blackbirds done in by Furadan In New Mexico, diapers mop up 50 gallons
of spilled hydraulic fluid In China, no more Wild Yak Brigade - and fewer
chirus plus, last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: In Minnesota,
watch out for wild turkeys - they're not insured.
- Artful Transformations Halloween invites us all to transform
ourselves into any of the personas lurking beneath our daily facade. For
artists - especially the outsider artists whose work you'll see at the
American Visionary Art Museum - transformations and visitations are everyday
Possessed ~ Angels and Other Aliens Invade Baltimore; editor Sandra Martin
takes you on a tour of the American Visionary Arts Museum.
11 Re-Possessed ~ Writer Christy Grimes introduces Chesapeake Country's
own visionary artist - Shady Side Artist-in-Residence Bob Kelbaugh
- Between the Covers: Helen Chappell's The Chesapeake Book of the Dead; Reviewed by
- Bay Bites Wagner's Steamboat Landing: Seafood
with a View
- Editorial Editor's Letter: On Saints, Souls and Spooks
- Letter to the Editor Good Work on Grandmothers; Reader Pleased
on Every Count; Call for Holiday Stories
- Bay Reflection Transformation
- Burton on the Bay The Only Good Oyster
- In Season Marbled Salamander
- Not Just for Kids Some Boo-etry!
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