Volume 16, Issue 38 - September 18 - September 24, 2008

Taking On
The Great One

Greg Reshetiloff joined seven other climbers to summit Denali, Alaska’s Mount McKinley. Over 18 days, each of the team’s gain cost another member as exhaustion and altitude sickness forced them back down the mountain.
by Kathy Reshetiloff continue reading..

Getting Around:
Stories on the Move
With all the novel ways of getting around, it’s sometimes easy to forget one of the most accessible forms of transportation: our feet.
by Erica Stratton continue reading...

A River Runs Thru It
TSouth Riverkeeper Diana Muller takes on the challenge of saving the Bay one sample at a time. by Diana Beechener continue reading...

Taylors Triumph at
Putt-Putt Playoff

Putt-putt players around Maryland took a swing at victory during the inaugural Harris Cup qualifying tournament at Severna Park Golf Center. One family spanning three generations of putt-putters took first, second and third place. by Diana Beechenercontinue reading...

Anne Arundel School Lunches Go Local
Students in Anne Arundel County public schools get a taste of locally grown produce during Maryland’s Homegrown School Lunch Week. by Margaret Tearmann
continue reading...

Class Warfare
Takes a Turn

Frivolity loses the battle in Colonial Players’ Philadelphia Story. reviewed by Diana Beechenercontinue reading...

What's Inside

Letters to the Editor

Letter from the Editor
Thank Our Advertisers for Bringing You Bay Weekly

Earth Talk
How big are your shoes? Measuring your carbon footprint is Step 1 in reducing it.

Bay Refelections
by Dotty Holcomb Doherty
Working with the sun: Clotheslines are a sweet, simple collector of solar power.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

2008 Home & Garden Guide

2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide

Bill Burton
Rediscovering a lost treasure: Lady slippers still grow in pine woods.

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
Night on the Chesapeake: Without crowds or vision, you’ve got to fish by feel.

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
Wobbling into a new season: Without Earth’s tilt, every day would be equinox.

The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Grow your own elephant garlic: Garlic grows over winter for early summer harvest.

Movie Reviews

© Focus Features
John Malkovich plays a CIA analyst writing his memoirs in Burn After Reading.

Jonathan Parker on Burn After Reading: This time, the inordinately respected Coen brothers miss the mark.

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