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Dear Bay Weekly:
Dear Bay Weekly:     Recently published here was an article about black walnut trees, mainly about their impact on surrounding plants [Bay Gardener: Feb 11]. I thought to balance this article by adding something about the impact of the surroundings on black walnut trees.
Dear Bay Weekly:
Dear Bay Weekly:     I enjoy reading the paper each week, but want to point out that the accuracy of the movie times has been horrible lately. Last Monday we went to Black Swan at Annapolis Harbour Center, only to find the time was 20 minutes off. This Saturday we drove from North Beach to the Annapolis Mall to watch a listed movie, The Mechanic, only to be told it wasn’t even playing there.
Dear Bay Weekly: Greetings from an iced-in Charlotte. Typical winter mess down here. Snow, then rain, which all froze, so you can ice skate down our street. All our [transmitter-tagged] osprey are down in much warmer places, and they’re all doing fine. I updated all the maps through the end of 2010. Just a couple of months before the adults head north! There are quick links to the new maps for the youngsters (interesting movements by all, including our S.C. bird, Buck) on the Migration 2010 page: http://www.bioweb.uncc.edu/Bierregaard/migration10.htm
Dear Bay Weekly:
Dear Bay Weekly: Thank you Margaret Tearman. “What Goes Around Comes Around” [Jan. 3] was a wonderful, happy news story. I didn’t even know there was a day dedicated to paying it forward. It’s always good to hear about kind and unselfish acts for a change. –Cathy Noone, Baltimore (formerly of Fairhaven) Editor’s note: Bay Bridge toll collections manager Cathy Noone was featured in the story as an intermediary between giver and receiver in paying bridge tolls forward.
  Editor’s Note: In the Christmas rush, we omitted the words of Joe McCall and Alexis Lee, explaining how their Maggie Moo’s in Dunkirk strives to be what Bay Weekly readers voted them: Best of the Bay.    The staff of the Maggie Moo’s of Dunkirk sincerely believes in the simple values. We make our award-winning ice cream from only high-quality ingredients, simply prepared and served with a genuine smile and thanks.
Dear Bay Weekly: I am delighted to let you know that our customers are reading and loving Bay Weekly. Thank you for keeping our community informed about the various classes, events and services we offer at the Calvert Library.
Dear Bay Weekly: I enjoyed reading Diana Beechener’s article, What’s With It: Finding the Source of a Local River, in the recent Bay Weekly of January 13. As a county resident who lives close to the Magothy, I never knew the meaning of the word until now. Also, in my role as editor of the Lake Waterford Community Association newsletter, I would like permission to reprint the article in our next edition. We have run several articles about the history of the Pasadena area over the past year, and your article would be of interest to our members.