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This Week's Features:

Fresh Paint, New Mulch and a Little Elbow Grease

by Margaret Tearman
Spring heralds a time-honed tradition: home and garden tours. On the annual Maryland Home and Garden Pilgrimage, tour-goers are greeted by weed-free, blooming gardens, spotless homes and smiling hosts who make it all look effortless. continue reading...

Way Downstream
Bits and bytes from the broader Chesapeake world.

Steering into the Future
Gaze into the crystal ball: Like a line of ants, modern cars speed along highways that rise and intertwine like a pile of ribbon. Look closer: these future cars aren’t flying — or even weird looking. But under their hoods and in their trunks, you’ll find fueling feats of futuristic technology.
by Carrie Madren
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Rowhouse Rembrandts
Aging artists hope to pass East Baltimore’s historic art of screen painting to a new generation at three-day festival.
by Diana Beechener
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Snake Charmers
Show-and-tell usually bans nine-foot pythons and angry snapping turtles. But Brian Kristal’s pythons, snapping turtles, cornsnakes, monitor lizards and tortoises got an exception at Shady Side Elementary.
by Carrie Madren
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Curtain Call
reviewed by Diana Beechener
Colonial Players’ Hauptmann: After 72 years of infamy, the Lindbergh baby killer pleads his case.

What's Inside:

Letters to the Editor

Next-Generation Ethanol:
Have a Look But Don’t Get Excited

Bay Reflection
by Valerie Lester
Garden clubs till fellowship as
well as flowers: Teacups and talk,
not just trowels, bond us.

Earth Talk
Plan an eco-wedding that
lightens your forever footprint.

The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
The joy of gardening: Take
time to celebrate the plants
you work to nurture.

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
Under the redbud tree:
Seeking bream on their
spawning beds.

2008 Home & Garden Guide

2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide

Bill Burton
Callings: To get my point,
you’ll need a boarding-house

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
Mercury rising: Take a look at
this little-studied planet.


Where We Live
by Steve Carr
The road home: Wounded
Warriors conquer Annapolis.

© Universal Pictures
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler make a dynamite duo in Baby Mama.

Movie Reviews
Parker on Baby Mama: You could call this an Amy Poehler tour de force.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

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