Volume 14, Issue 15 ~ April 13 - April 19, 2006

Music Notes

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

Flickerings ~ Parker on Ice Age: The Meltdown — “A short film following a squirrel would’ve been more entertaining than this feature film of weak characters on a road to nowhere.”

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News of the Weird©

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Where the Three Little Pigs Went Wrong

With forethought and planning, we can build better homes not only for safety and comfort, but also for our future and that of our environment. by Maureen Miller

Buy at Auction; Remodel at Leisure

How I discovered the many ways a small house can go wrong. by Allen Delaney

Riding with the Volvo Ocean Race

Baltimore and Annapolis bustle with activities. by Kat Bennett

Way Downstream ~ Healthy Air Act gives Maryland some of the strongest air pollution law in the country … Project Open Space gets to spend its own money this year, meaning more open land for you, me and our wildlife … A 114-foot-tall silver maple that grows in Cecil County named the biggest of Maryland’s big trees … The five-state Potomac watershed is now 131 tons of trash cleaner thanks to 3,454 volunteers at the 18th Annual Potomac Watershed Cleanup … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: What brought a Nova Scotia seal pup to the Delaware River?


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Asparagus for Food and Foliage: Food takes patience; foliage gratifies quickly.

Bill Burton ~ What a Pickle the Eel Is In

Where We Live ~ Ten Ways To Save the Bay: Here’s how to do it. by Steve Carr

Earthtalk ~ Nixing Weeds the Non-Toxic Way: Get rid of weeds without harsh chemicals.

The Sporting Life ~ Accessing Maryland’s Wonderland: Paddle your way into a lifetime of adventures. by Dennis Doyle

Between the Covers ~ Cancer is Like the Wind by Bruce Silver: How a Calvert County oncologist found his counterbalance. reviewed by Sonia Linebaugh

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ The Rhythm of the Heavens: The ancient rebirth of spring and Easter. by J. Alex Knoll.

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