On Our Cover
photo by Sam Gordenstein
In this big hole in an Eastportoricans back yard, University of Maryland student Victor Boniface excavates the wall of what was perhaps a smokehouse used for curing meats.
Sit and Read a Spell
by Bay Weekly staff.
Bay Weeklys summer guide to Maryland reading.
A good book helps summer keep its promise.
Chesapeake Country Excursion
Destination The Old Stein Inn:still ompahing after 20 years.
by James Clemenko.
- Digging Eastport
To avid archaeologists, backyards and long memories tell a story
by Sam Gordenstein
- Growing with the Bay
Kids and adults too get the wheels turning to grow Bay grasses
by Jessie McLean Heller
- Mosquito Touring
North Beach citizens find plentiful breeding grounds
by Bay Weekly
- Way Downstream
- In Anne Arundel County, council considers legislation to protect crabbing as a cottage industry, with watermen guaranteed the right to sell crabs and store equipment at their homes
- Across the U.S., the eagle has rebounded. U.S. Geological Survey finds two percent more eagles nationally and 6.1 more percent in the northeast
- This weeks Creature Feature: In Los Angeles, what to do with 72-year-old Emma Harters pack of tiny, feral, wolfish Chihuahuas.