Volume 14, Issue 34 ~ August 24 - August 30, 2006

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The Roads I’ve Taken

Reflecting on 50 Years in Maryland. by Bill Burton

Fallen Art

In Quiet Waters’ enchanted woods, trees become dragons and tigers. by Matt Makowski

Comptrolling Maryland

Democratic primary voters likely to define image — and substance. by Sandra Olivetti Martin

Way Downstream ~ In Annapolis, the Chesapeake Climate Action is pressing local fights against global warming with local action … In Maryland, filmmaking is generating record profits … In Virginia Chesapeake Bay menhaden fishing likely to continue as usual … In Florida, the sea is gaining … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, in Peru's Amazon jungle, vultures take over town airport.


Editorial • Reflection • Letters to the Editor

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Garden Math: Dividing and Multiplying Hostas. The only way to conquer these monstrous perennials is to divide.

Earth Journal ~ Not Everyone Skips August’s Heat. by Gary Pendleton

Where We Live ~ The Bird That Tried to Save the Bay: The great blue heron thrives, while the Bay’s health continues to decline. by Steve Carr

Earthtalk ~ Catching a Clean Wave. Is a day at the beach safe anymore?

The Sporting Life ~ Fighting the Lure of Video Games, Skateboarding and Newfound Friends: Teenagers are like fish; sometimes they bite. by Dennis Doyle

Tidelog® Sky Watch ~ Celestial Sights for Waning Summer Nights: Moon slivers, elusive planets and heroes. by J. Alex Knoll

Curtain Call ~ Young Playwrights Take the Stage at Twin Beach Players. previewed by Alex Brozena

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