.New Bay Times Archives
Volume VI Number
31 August 6-12, 1998
- On Our Cover: Amphibious Marines and
sailors climbed down the side of the USS Leonard Wood by cargo net to practice
beach landings at Cove Point before heading to the European, North African
and Pacific theaters for the real thing. 1943 National Archives photo courtesy
of Calvert Marine Museum.
- Dock of the Bay Among Green Endorsements, Evans Trumps Gary in AA County -- Letters
from Lost Towns: Digging Annapolis' Puritan Past -- Crab Days Are Here
Again: Celebrating Callinectes Sapidus -- Old Ways and School Days: Shady
Side School Reunites -- More Summer Pests: Chiggers -- plus, Way Downstream
In Cape May, N.J., where has all the water gone? In New Mexico, state of
the art of con In Palo Alto, Calif., valet parking for bikes In Idaho,
900 miles of fishy art and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature:
Loads of fish in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
- This Week's Feature:War Returns
to Solomons by
Mark Burns -- Did you miss World War II in Calvert County? Catch it this
weekend on instant replay as a Liberty ship, landing craft, and amphibious
forces trained the old way combine to storm a Patuxent River beach
- Editorial Wanted: Opinions in the Light of Day
- Letters to the Editor For the Birds
- Commentary The Greening of Greenbury Point
- Burton on the Bay All the Burtons Like the Birds ... (especially
- Chesapeake Outdoors Homage to Small Fishes; Fish Are Biting
- Not Just for Kids Summer Star Gazing. Rediscover the Galilean
Moons, spot the Summer Triangle, sound like a real astronomer and zip online
with the Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Volume VI Number
32 August 13-19, 1998
- On Our Cover: A good, cool drink of
water doesn't happen by accident. Here Anne Arundel County regional manager
of water operations Richard Dixon surveys one of the treatment plants that
make county water safe and tasty. Photo by Kim Cammarata.
- Dock of the Bay On the Campaign Trail- Measuring Up to Marsha: In District 33,
Looking Green Could Be Key * How Sweet It Is: AA Co's Water's Winning Ways
* With Amphibian Return, Solomons Secured * Calvert County's Curious Case
of the Missing Recycler * plus, Way Downstream ... In Rhode Island, flushing
your marine head could cost $2,000 In Virginia, Rappahannock River may
get friendlier -- but will it get dirtier? In Vermont, saving the rain
forest starts at Middlebury College. In Brazil, more mahogany moratorium
and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: from Norway's Svalbard
Islands, protecting polar bears from PCBs.
- This Week's Feature: Gardens
of Eden by Kim
Cammarata. From azaleas to persimmons, Chesapeake Country is a hotbed of
new life forms. Meet creators Charles and Wanda Hanners of Azalea Trace
and Frank Gouin of Upakrik Farm -- who didn't mean to do it
- Editorial Let the Real Campaign for Governor Begin
- Letters to the Editor End Classroom Battles; Pollinators Profoundly
- Commentary Resolved: Let Anne Arundel Schools Spend,
- Burton on the Bay When Navy Court-Martials Its Cows...
Maryland Marches to Development's Drumbeat
- Chesapeake Outdoors Capt. Dollar Rides a Different Horse;
Fish Are Biting
- Not Just for Kids Who We Are Is In Our Genes, Be a Genetist
with pretend alien genes and Clue In On Fingerprints.
Volume VI Number
33 August 20-26, 1998
- On Our Cover: Maryland has a horse
for every taste. Here donkey Eeyore enjoys the attentions of Kristin Boerckel,
left, Ashley Frost, center, and Maegan Boerckel, front. Photo by Isabel J. Kurek for Maryland Association for the Preservation
of Equestrian Sports.
- Dock of the Bay Surely You Joust: Md's Official Sport -- A 'Ringer' for Diversions
& Excursions * In This Pax River Garden, Bearded Oysters Sprout * Dry
Days of Summer Spark Wildfires * plus, Way Downstream ... In Virginia,
'Granddad of Eastern Wilderness' takes his leave In California, if Navy
can fuel cleaner rockets, why not cars? From New England, 'Give Swordfish
a Break' . From Baltimore, clues to flight of songbirds and last but not
least, this week's Creature Feature: Visit Falker Island, Conn., soon,
and you'll see what's meant by 'breeding like rabbits.'
- This Week's Feature:Horse
Sense for Chesapeake Country by Aloysia Hamalainen. Maryland's third biggest industry runs
on love as well as money ...
- Editorial Summer Scandal: Turtles, Dogs and Bill Clinton
- Letters to the Editor Owings Reprimands Rooney; 'Power' Squadron
Says Leave Out the 'Boat' ; Thanks: Hamalainen Wrote History Right; Call
in the Doc
- Bay Reflection St. Francis of Summer
- Burton on the Bay Vantage Points -- A porch remains the
best place to watch the world go by ...
- Chesapeake Outdoors Caught!; Fish Are Biting
- Not Just for Kids What Does Freedom Mean To You? Check out
three kids' award-winning essays that tackle this topic.
Volume VI Number
34 August 27-September 2, 1998
- On Our Cover: When Maestro Leslie
Dunner lifts his wand, he's likely to strike magic from the Annapolis Symphony
Orchestra. Photo courtesy of Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.
- Dock of the Bay Hospice Cup: Get Ready for the Grandest Race To Give * Fishing
Flap: New Fee Has Virginians in Saltwater Snit * Flea Fights: Good News
of Pests Nearly Conquered * Invasion: Nibbling Nutria Menace Marshland
* plus, Way Downstream ... In Ohio, following Maryland's lead on Smart
Growth In San Francisco, personal watercraft on the edge In D.C., Center
for Marine Conservation goes to court to save porpoises from gill nets
Go to Michigan for eco-friendly burial From Sweden, who'd have thought
it? and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: Egrets cause
a rift in Zhengzhou, China.
- NBT Interview:Annapolis' New
Music Man Maestro Leslie Dunner with Sandra Martin & Kim Cammarata -- For over a year, high-brow
Annapolis Symphony Orchestra searched for a new conductor. The one they
hired is full of surprises - as you'll see next week when Dunner strikes
up the symphony for a pair of free concerts in the parks...
- Editorial DMV: We Like It When Their Lights Shine
- Letters to the Editor Neon-Green Lawns = Neon-Green Bay
- Commentary Coming Clean
- Burton on the Bay Election year has got me in between
... The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
- Chesapeake Outdoors Working the Water at Tangier Island;
Fish Are Biting
- Not Just for Kids Flash Back to School with our Junior Reporter's
story of school switchings, a fun fact quiz, music classes and more.
Volume VI Number
35 September 3-9, 1998
- On Our Cover: Through Gateway Circle into the future.
With this week's cover, New Bay Times introduces cartoonist Jim
Hunt. Lured to Annapolis by Chesapeake Country's good looks and good climate,
Hunt looks around him with an cocked eye and translates what he sees into
clever cartoons. There's no place he'd rather be seen, says he, than independent
weekly papers like NBT. Hunt cut his creative teeth at Charlotte, North
Carolina's Creative Loafing, where his caricatures, cartoons and illustrations
continue to entertain. We welcome Hunt and promise you'll see lots more
- Dock of the Bay Campaign Trail-11th-Hour Entry Sets Sights on John 'Gary' Klocko
* First Person Report: Bonnie Blows By ( More Fishing Fee Flap: Virginians
Trump Maryland · Who's Here-September's True-Blue Monday * plus,
Way Downstream ... In Virginia, instead of Chapman's Landing, the Potomac
River gets a giant marina across from Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge
· From Delaware Bay, fishy news good and bad In D.C., junketing
on jet skis . In England, Eco-Boy lives in a tree and last but not least,
this week's Creature Feature: Pandas, slipping, need our help.
- This Week's Feature: Gateway
Circle - Following A Friendlier West Street Into 21st Century Annapolis by Mark Burns. Sure it's a mess now,
but for all who live or visit here, Gateway Circle - like the West Street
before it - promises upgraded infrastructure, better roads, vastly improved
traffic flow and just plain good looks.
- NBT Interview: Stars Over
Solomons - with Mark Burns. Country's Musically
Restless Kathy Mattea
- Editorial Gateway Circle Is Good for Chesapeake Country
- Letters to the Editor Look Before You Vote; Vote Your Values
- Commentary A Modest Proposal to Enhance the Enjoyment
of Our Rivers
- Burton on the Bay Singing the Blue Crab Blues... Lots
of long, nasty fingers are pointed, but the enemy is us
- Chesapeake Outdoors On the Wing: Fall Shooting Begins; Fish
- Not Just for Kids Celebrate the National Month of Sewing with
a Junior Reporter's interview and instructions on how to make a bag.
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