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More Pet Tales Please … And Wider Distribution
      I liked your August 16 Pet Tales issue and would like to see more of them like this in the future.
      I ran across this issue in one of my journeys and thought it was great and would like to know also how we could get these in our neighborhood as well. Also in Charles County.
Yours In Solidarity
      Picked up my fav community paper, and the Labor Day lead caught my eye. Nice stories about folks who labor in many great industries, but I noticed no one was mentioned from organized labor groups.
Recalling an Extraordinary Man 
Re: Valedictory: The Bay Gardener: Aug. 9; ­
All That and more, Life didn't get past Frank Gouin: Aug. 9;
Activist Teens Are Organizing Against Gun Violence
Circulator and Shuttles Bring Mobility to Southern Anne Arundel County

Farewell to a Legend: Michael Hosford

In the rich land that was the Annapolis restaurant scene in the 1970s, Michael Hosford was a legendary bartender, and his domain was the Maryland Inn. There are a few things you need to know about the Inn back then. The hotel housed The Treaty of Paris, a world-class restaurant, and two bars, The Drummer’s Lot and The King of France Tavern.

It’s Time to Vote! 
      Early voting begins Thursday, June 14 and runs through Thursday, June 21 every day from 10am to 8pm.
–Del. Nic Kipke, District 31B
Seeing Turtles
Re: I Know Why the turtle Crosses the Road: ­
      Eastern box turtles and terrapins are not the only turtles among us. Snapping turtles are our neighbors, too, as witnessed by Dennis Distler and the folks at Annapolis Hyundai. 

New Public Transportation Programs

       For people in South County, there is no public transportation between Edgewater and the Calvert County line. In early July that will change with two pilot projects.