Volume 13, Issue 25 ~ June 23 - 29, 2005


Trailing the Ancient Mariner
Horseshoe crabs link us to another era, which may be why we’re fighting for their survival; story and photos by Edward Engle

New Museum Opens Its Doors, Invites You In
Lewis Museum is Maryland’s mecca for African American history; by Carrie Steele

Horseshoe Crab School
Elementary and middle schoolers learn about the anatomy, management and mating habits of these ancient arthropods; by Edward Engle

Summer Guide:

The Bay Weekly Summer Guide:
Its Here! Bayweekly's 2005 Summer Guide: 101 Fun Things for Adults and Kids to Do this Summer

Editorial Letters to the Editor Bay Reflections

EarthTalk ~ Fuel for energy evolution

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Too mulch of a good thing: Plant death by drought

Weekly Crab Forecast ~ How crabs make their last meal; by M.L. Faunce

Bill Burton ~ A good fish deserves respect — If perch are around and hungry, you will quickly know.

Earth Journal ~Catch the nighthawk in the lightning’s flash; by Joe Browder

Way Downstream ~ One of 12 hearings on saving menhaden, a link in the Bay’s protein chain, comes to Annapolis … Shooting wild turkeys and tame gulls … Navy work is too toxic, OSHA says … Centreville cleans up its toxic history … Horn Point Lab at Cambridge plays around with sturgeon … and last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Cambodia’s Mekong giant catfish get a new lease on life.


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

Curtain Call


Bay Weekly Summer Guide ~ 101 Fun Things to Do this Summer

Free Will Astrology©

News of the Weird©

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