Volume VII Number 6
February 11-17, 1999
- On Our Cover: To my Valentine: This
drummer girl dressed all in red stands on the green, grassy verge of a
country lane. Purple wisteria spill from the rustic wooden fence and climb
the post to a sign that reads, in script: I've loved you long, with all
my heart / Neath sun and stars in shade and shine. / Earth can no greater
bliss impart / If you will be my Valentine. A robin sits on the sign board.
The nine-inch, stand-up card was printed in Germany and presented to country
schoolteacher Miss Cora Smith in the first or second decade of the century.
Original in the New Bay Times collection.
- Dock of the BayFood Link's Modern Miracle of Feeding the Hungry * Cool 'Altones'
Jazz Backs Hot Kornheiser on ESPN Radio * Too Hot for You? Icebreakers
Bring Chills, Thrills and Spills * plus, Way Downstream, Why, here in Maryland,
you may be eating your fish with mercury From Pennsylvania, a message to
New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani From New Mexico to Minnesota, 'Our governor's
tougher than your governor' and last but not least, this week's Creature
Feature: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission says "It's time
to start makin' bacon."
- Sweet Talk Love Letters, Billets-Doux & Valentines: Timely as Ever in
the Electronic Age -- by Sandra Martin with Carol Glover and Donna Ayres
- Bay Bites On the food front in Chesapeake Country
-- O'Leary's Seafood Restaurant: Fine Dining and Dishes with Lots of Fresh
- Editorial Freeze! A Sound Approach to Smart-Growth
- Letters to the Editor Spend Our Taxes On Our Bay; The Winner's
- Bay Reflection Endangered Species
- Burton on the Bay Cellular Road Warriors -- You won't ring up this fisherman in
- Chesapeake Outdoors Up from the Cold Depths
- Not Just For Kids Celebrate National Children's Dental
Health with healthy-teeth tips and a wiggly-work maze. Learn about Black
History with a bonus word scramble.
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