Volume 16, Issue 32 - August 7 - August 13, 2008

Having a Ball Freezing Out the Recession
The recipe is simple: A little crushed ice, a few squirts of syrup and a spoon. Yet cars squeeze into gravel lots alongside clapboard shacks to line up for summer’s most satisfying treat. Call it a snoball or a snocone, the icy dessert, with a kaleidoscope of tastes and colors, is a practical and effective way to keep cool without breaking the bank — though you may have to burn some gas looking for yours.
continue reading..

Curtain Call
previewed by Jane Elkin
The King and the Bard are rocking and rolling in their graves with Annapolis Summer Garden Theater’s All Shook Up.
continue reading...

Getting Around:
Stories on the Move

Biking is “more fun” than driving, says John Olin, who pedaled from Baltimore to Annapolis for a milkshake at Chick-n-Ruth’s Delly.
by Erica Stratton
continue reading...

Bay Weekly's 101
Way's To Have Fun on the Bay

What's Inside

Letters to the Editor

Beneath These Cameras,
Don’t Be Too Candid

Bay Reflections
by Valerie Lester
Confessions of a shower slut: How I stripped and showered through the neighborhood.

Earth Talk
The scoop on plastics: Risk ratings from
No. 1 to No. 7.

Curtain Call
previewed by Jane Elkin
Annapolis’ newest theater company, Standing O Productions, pulled out of the station with an express to fun On the Twentieth Century, an award-winning musical that’s been forgotten since leaving Broadway 30 years ago.

Dock of the Bay
Maryland’s champion white oak grows in Anne Arundel • Can grass-roots politicos teach the big boys a lesson in time?.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

Bill Burton
You’re only old once: And now it’s my turn (but yours will come).

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
It doesn’t always come easy: Even a hard day’s fishing will still put a smile on your face.

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
A midsummer night’s treat: The moon bows out in time for this year’s Perseid meteor shower.


2008 Home & Garden Guide

2008 Bay Weekly Dining Guide

Where We Live
by Steve Carr
The Bay at night: For some, the Governor’s Cup is about winning; for me, it was about magic.

The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
It’s azalea planting time: Get these acid-loving plants in the ground while their roots will have time to grow.

© 20th Century Fox

Ten years separation left Mulder, David Duchovny, and Scully, Gillian Anderson, distant from their former roles and chemistry in X-Files: I Want to Believe.

Movie Reviews
Mark Burns on The X-Files: I Want to Believe: Glum Feebs and creepy dweebs mark this dull comeback.

Search bayweekly.com Search Google

© COPYRIGHT 2008 by New Bay Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.