New Bay Times Archives
Volume VI Number
21 May 28 - June 3, 1998
- On Our Cover: In this week's pages, you'll get to
know Anne Arundel County challenger Diane Evans. Turned Democrat to raise
her chances against County Executive John Gary, the county councilwoman
says that regardless of party, voters want a candidate "who's going
to do what they say and deliver on those promises." And you'll find
out why these teens have their toes in the mud. Photos by Bill Lambrecht.
- Dock of the Bay In Rose Haven, Patience and Partnerships Yield 'Passive' Park
Our First 'Letter from London' Town: Sheriff Rawlings Expected Trouble;
He Found It Gov. Harry Hughes, Still a Bay Hero The Way to Go When You
Need a Tow Dear Old Dad: Reader, Can You Write Our Father's Day Feature?
plus, Way Downstream ... In Virginia, raking muck in ex-governor Allen's
environmental wake In Brooklyn, Sanpatrol's taking recycling to an extreme
In Idaho's lovely Panhandle, The Nature Conservancy saves a stretch From
Hollywood, how actor Ed Begley Jr. drives smart and last but not least,
this week's Creature Feature: in Florida, fined for "gator-gawking."
- NBT Interview: A.A. County
Councilwoman Diane Evans with Bill Lambrecht. Little Evans Tries to Topple Big John. Win
or lose, no Anne Arundel politician has made more waves in 1998 than Diane
- Editorial To Preserve the Bay, Partnerships are the Way
- Letters to the Editor Patuxent Sleuths; Wildcats Need You;
Gene Test Woes?
- Bay Reflection Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Voice of the
Everglades:1890-1998 She teaches a lesson in how far one voice can reach
- Burton on the Bay Brave New World - Big Brother Takes
on Billionaire Bill
- Chesapeake Outdoors Sightseeing at the Bay's Gateway; Fish
- Not Just for Kids Check out the new Bay Game and Mountain
Game and plan to beat those summer travellin' blues.
Volume VI Number
22 June 4-10, 1998
- On Our Cover: When Anne Arundel Soil Conservation
District invited folks out to tour 10 farms and farm-related operations,
contributing editor M.L. Faunce couldn't resist. She not only saw the sights
but also, as you see, joined Senate President Mike Miller and Del. Virginia
Clagett with five others helping the Griffiths plant tobacco. Photos by
- Dock of the Bay From the Byrd's Mouth: Charlie Byrd Talks Jazz; Hear More at
JazzFest Scene from Backstage: King & Circus Look Even Better from
the Other Side· In the Memories, Doo-Wop Lives From Alpacas to Tobacco,
Anne Arundel's Growing What Is More Lovely Than a Grassy Bay? plus, Way
Downstream ... In Arizona, environmental genius rewarded On Martha's Vineyard,
reviving Native American ways In Cape Cod, not-so-ecotouring In West Haven,
Conn., pulling the plug on noise From Colorado, a young environmental wit
wonders, Have You Driven a Tanker Lately? ... and last but not least, this
week's Creature Feature brings bad amphibian tidings from around the world.
- One-Room to Retail Heaven
Superstore are Replacing that Old P.O. of Mine
by Carol Glover with Betsy Kehne & Diane Knaus
Diamond. As post offices in Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties are made
thoroughly modern, we're reminded of one of life's enduring questions:
How do we keep up with what's needed and new while retaining old moments
- Editorial Life Vest Rule: Keep Bureaucrats Out of Boats
- Letters to the Editor Thanks from the Animals; 3 Cheers for
- Bay Reflection Here's to You, Robert Kennedy
- Burton on the Bay What's a Sailor Without Stars?
- Chesapeake Outdoors Never Too Old to Go Crabbing; Fish Are
- Not Just for Kids Make a memory book at this end-of-school-year
Volume VI Number
23 June 11-17, 1998
- On Our Cover: Maryland's most famous feet celebrate
their 10th anniversary this year as former state senator Bernie Fowler
and friends wade once more into the Patuxent River at Broomes Island to
seek their toes and produce Bernie's famous Sneaker Index of environmental
quality. Top, Bernie shows off evidence that Bay grasses are returning
to the river, a good sign. Bottom, the line-up from 1997's wade-in. Photos
by J. Alex Knoll.
- Dock of the Bay Seen in Passing: The Colorful Scene of Maryland's High-Speed
Gardens Nishida: To Clean-Up Corporate Farms, Feds Must Get Busy Update:
The Eagles Have Nested Back on the Water: The Strange Game of Boat Names
Good Deeds Sweeten Home plus, Way Downstream ... In Utah, will nuclear
wastes rename the Goshute Indians "Glowshutes" In South Africa,
restoring tribal lands the Pacific Northwest, trying the "Popeye Solution"
to neutralize TNT In Vermont, safeguarding ecological jewels ... and last
but not least, this week's Creature Feature: a minke whale plays Moby Dick
- This Week's Feature: Bernie's
Big Day With Bare Toes or Sneakers, It's Time to Wade Right In
by Sandra Martin It's Bernie's measure, And it ain't
hard to do. It's a pleasure! And it will soothe you too.
- Editorial Along the Chesapeake, 'Heavy Footprints' Take Toll
- Letters to the Editor Owens Fan Touts Green Credentials; Were
Veterans Deceived on Benefits?
- Bay Reflection Graduation Days - Here's to All Who
Barely Made It
- Burton on the Bay Changes of Heart: Not Every Hunter Sides
with the NRA
- Chesapeake Outdoors You Can Go Wrong, Fishing with a Captain
Named Fish; Fish Are Biting
- Not Just for Kids It's a Grand Old Flag celebrates Flag Day,
with a how-to for 5-pointed stars, fun facts, day trip idea and more.
Volume VI Number 24 June 18-24,
- On Our Cover: Here's
to you, Dad Toasting,
Lois Brown Oakes' father Francis W. Brown celebrates his 90th birthday
on Sept. 27, 1992. Photo courtesy of Lois Oakes.
- Dock of the Bay Sneaker Index '98: Crowds Swell, But Storms Muddy Bay for Bernie's
Big Day Paulownia Ring: Tree-Snatchers on Prowl Reappearing Islands: Poplar's
Back on the Horizon Swimmers' Caution: Bacteria Lurk in Bay Waters For
this Sales Staff, Nature's the Real Estate plus, Way Downstream ... From
Hebron, Chesapeake Country's own Tom Horton calls Gov. Glendening an environmental
promise-keeper In Pennsylvania, California brown garden snails are no escargot
From the Sharper Image catalogue, virtual fishing ... and last but not
least, this week's Creature Feature: have you heard about the four Rhode
Island fishermen who caught a big one?
- This Week's Feature: Here's
to Dad!For Father's Day 1998, NBT readers share those
most formative of experiences, their relationship with their dads. Represented
are six fathers and 11 writers, one tribute having been composed by a family.
Look in next week to learn which father-writer pair in this reader challenge
is chosen by Alexander Westmoreland to enjoy the grand prize, a complete
package at Alexander's of Annapolis Salon Day Spa.
- Editorial In Epic Land-Use Tussle, An End and a Beginning
- Letters to the Editor Long-Distance Reader; Long-Ago Memories;
To the Bay Community from SACReD; Dept. of Corrections
- Commentary Must Anne Arundel Grow? Part III
- Burton on the Bay Candid Camera -- Big Brother Is Focused
- Chesapeake Outdoors Of Osprey; Fish Are Biting
- Earth Journal
- Not Just for Kids Make a memory book for Father' Day, when
you travel back in time with your dad.
Volume VI Number 25 June 25 - July
- On Our Cover: Cast your net at the mouth of the Bay,
and on its return you'll meet many species of Chesapeake life. After the
last cast of the day, pelicans, terns and gulls seek their share of the
catch. Photo by Sandra Martin.
- Dock of the Bay The British are Coming: Southern Anne Arundel County Seeks a
Second Opinion Letters from London II: The Fate of William Brown North
Beach Casts Hither and Thither Crabs, Rockfish and Oysters: Bayfood Contests
Call Creative Cooks plus, Way Downstream ... From California, underwater
robots readied for Baywatch in Minnesota, jet skis to be banned on St.
Croix River From Washington, D.C., a new tax on outdoor toys From Dear
Abby, plain talk to seeking to be soundproofed in Seattle and last but
not least, this week's Creature Feature: an Albany turkey stalls postal
- This Week's Feature: The
Big, the Bad and the Ugly -- Your Armchair Guide to Bay Underwater Oddities
by Sandra Martin -- Creatures stranger than science fiction
are your underwater neighbors in Chesapeake Country.
- Editorial Letter From Paris: Beware of Culture
- Letters to the Editor The News Got Out; Seeking Chesapeake
Homes for International Students; Wanted: Another Chapter on Brown Family
- Commentary Shades of Summer -- Nowadays, shades
are more than cool
- Burton on the Bay Plenty of Fish in this Bay, by Captain
C. D. Dollar -- Bill Burton is on vacation. His column resumes next week.
- Earth Journal
- Not Just for Kids Delight in a tale of seahorses, and a Junior
Reporter's list of Quirky Bay Creatures: can you identify them?
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