Volume 13, Issue 14 ~ April 7 - 13, 2005
  • Teresa Chambers fights to reclaim her honor and her chief's uniform
  • Roedown is a spring tradition this family won't miss; you shouldn't, either
  • Pasadena Players' Godspell is full of fun.


The Sailing Life
Volvo or not, Annapolitan Jan Majer's heart is set on racing

Where Do Old Computers Go When They Die?
Recycling catches up with the electronics age

Rite of Spring Unites Oldtimers and Newcomers over Horses and Food
One family's Roedown traditions at the Marlborough Hunt Races

Way Downstream
In Virginia's York River, pfiesteria rears its ugly head ... From Annapolis, a bad report card for farmers, who've by and large neglected to file their plans for managing fertilizers and manures ... On the Delaware River, no more industrial plants need apply ... and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: Now open in China, the Giant Panda Internet Cafe.

One Woman Fights the System
At the top of her game as chief of U.S. Park Police, Terry Chambers walked proud, shown at her swearing in flanked by Secretary of the Interior Gail Norton and Park Service director Fran Minella. Now she's determined to clear her name and restore her honor. story by Margaret Tearman


Editorial Letters to the Editor Bay Reflections

EarthTalk ~
Save it from the junk heap

Dr. Gouin's Bay Gardener ~ Pruning old, overgrown yews

Bill Burton ~ Crabcakes from China, anyone?


Earth Journal ~ In spring's combo, leopard frog song leads; by Gary Pendleton

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly's guide to good times; by Carrie Steele

Curtain Call ~ Pasadena Players' Godspell; reviewed by Dick Wilson

Flickerings ~

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