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Volume xviii, Issue 15 ~ April 5 - April 21, 2010

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This Week’s Features . . .

Without Dogs, Where Would Humans Be?

Pulitzer Prize-winning Marylander Jon Franklin says maybe we wouldn’t be

Sporting Life

by Dennis Doyle

The Pros of
No-Name Creek

They’re the authorities on what can be caught where, when and how

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Sky Watch

by J. Alex Knoll

Fuzzballs and Fireballs

The moon visits three star clusters, while the Lyrid meteor shower lights up the night.

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by Mark Burns

Date Night

Steve Carell and Tina Fey must run for their lives before returning home to the kids when their date night goes awry.

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Bay Gardener

by Dr. Francis Gouin

Repairing Winter’s Damage

Bent-over trees and shrubs may never stand upright.

Television Worth Watching

David Simon Re-Opens the Floodgates

The New Orleans drama Treme shows its Baltimore roots

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Running in a Pack of 25,000

First-time marathon runner Jennifer Quinlan heads to Boston for Saturday’s big race

The Osprey Saga

Week 5: Making Eggs

Two chicks can get by, but a third will be the runt — the weakest and the last to learn to fly. Or the runt may be shoved from the nest by the other two before it reaches the flight stage. Nature does not pamper the weak.

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Are We There Yet?

New highway signs report how long before you’re there

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Backyard Bird Census Breaks Records

63,000 watchers submitted 97,200 census lists covering
600 species

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Midwinter Waterfowl Survey

Maryland winter 2010 was too cold for ducks — but not for geese

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