Volume 14, Issue 47 ~ November 23 - November 29, 2006

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Local Bounty 2006

More than 40 Days and Nights of Pleasures for All Ages

From lights displays to gingerbread house workshops to Messiah performances to ringing out 2006 and in 2007, Bay Weekly’s Local Bounty holiday guide will fill your days and nights, all the way from preparing for Thanksgiving through celebrating the New Year. We’ve reported as thoroughly and accurately as our early deadline allows, but it’s best to call ahead to confirm times. Also, peruse the whole calendar early and make your reservations, for the season’s popular events fill up fast.

Measuring Business Success in More than Profits

-Poor, ill or flooded out, many will benefit this season from the generosity of Chesapeake businesses. by Carrie Madren

A Documentarian Delves into Bernie Fowler’s Wading Legacy

-Preacher for the Patuxent now showing in Solomons. by Mark Burns

Chesapeake Country Museums Have Lots to Be Thankful for

-So do we, as they keep track of what we are and where we’ve been. by Ben Miller

Way Downstream ~ 16.6 million people are loving Chesapeake Bay to death … 571 million chickens live and die on Delmarva each year, leaving their waste behind … From Thanksgiving through New Year, Annapolis parking meters wear holiday greeting bags and you park for free … Cedar Grove United Methodist Church will build a Family Life Center for recreation on the 16 acres where there’s No Deale Safeway … When you buy from Maryland farms, you’re buying Maryland’s Best … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In Siberia, climate change keeps polar bears up when they should be sleeping.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ Taking care of winter business: While it’s horrible outside, prepare your gear for the long winter’s sleep. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Waste-to-energy: is this alternative fuel worth the pollution?

Bill Burton ~ To the victor go the spoils: Let’s hope victorious O’Malley doesn’t spoil or natural resources

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Plant in ground or freeze your roots off: Popular shrubs don’t fare well during cold weather in above-ground planters.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ Let it earthshine: Light from earth lightens the moon’s face. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s Guide to Good Times. by Carrie Madren with Aubree Stafford

Curtain Call ~ 2nd Star Productions’ Scrooge, The Stingiest Man in Town. reviewed by Dick Wilson

Flickerings ~ Parker on Casino Royale: The new, blond James Bond, Daniel Craig, may be getting the attention, but a Bond film where story actually matters wins the day

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