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Volume 16, Issue 44 - October 30 - November 5, 2008
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Could You Be Living With A Ghost?

I don’t see ghosts, but I’ve spoken with people who do, from ghostly hands and floating heads to whole or partial transparent human forms. It’s rumored that if you talk about ghosts too much, you draw them near. Now that I’m reporting and writing about them, perhaps I’ll soon see ghosts, too. d Is my spine prickling because my curiosity has opened a door? And if that’s so, who’s passing through: the ghost or me?
— Eileen Slovak
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My Cooking Timer Often Cries Wolf

But this time it was the smoke detector screaming Fire!
by Margaret Tearman
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The Liveliest
Political Town on the Bay

Across the land, change is the mantra of the 2008 elections. One way or another, change is coming to Chesapeake Beach on November 4. After 25 years with one mayor, Chesapeake Beach’s 3,300 voters now inspect five.
by Sandra Olivetti Martin
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The Good Stuff

Halloween takes us off the beaten path, sometimes to the twilight zone.
by Jane Elkinn
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What's Inside

Letters to the Editor

Curtain Call
by Davina Grace Hill
Colonial Players’ Rabbit Hole

Letter from the Editor
Get Ready For Election Day — And What Followst

Dock of the Bay
Counter Bad Times with Good Fun: Invest in Calvert Memorial’s Harvest Ball • Good as Silver: Cove Point opens Calvert’s greenest building.

Earth Talk
Chucky on the loose: Recalled toys are little returned or regulated.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

2008 Home & Garden Guide

2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide

Bill Burton
From Gilchrest to Harris? For Bay’s sake, we can’t do it.

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
When the wind blows: Time to repair those well-used rods.

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
Fade to black: Celebrating the passing light and the coming night.


The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Preparing your houseplants for winter indoors. Lesson 1: Repot root-bound plants.

Movie Reviews

© New Line Cinema

Jonathan Parker on Pride and Glory: Watching a New York cop movie like is like watching a mob movie: same amount of clichés; less corruption in the mob movie.

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