Volume VII Number 47
November 25-December 1, 1999
Holiday special: Local
Bounty, the annual guide to 40 days of holiday celebrations.
- 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
- Theatrics 2nd Star's Finely Balanced Fiddler on
- 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
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