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Volume VI Number
41 October 15-21, 1998
- On Our Cover: Destination: Annapolis. That's where
you'll find - this very weekend - a dream fleet of 400 powerboats, ranging
from fleet inflatables to floating resorts and mansions. Dream on at the
United States Powerboat Show. Photo courtesy of the United States Sailboat
- Dock of the Bay Real Blues: Whaddya Gonna Do When Your Well Runs Dry? * Calvert
Cliffs: Getting By With a Little Help From Its Friends * Appreciation:
Gene Miller, Public Citizen * plus, Way Downstream ... From Virginia, still
more on our sister state's garbage-import economy In Utah, Sundance Kid
gets ticked In Australia, environmentalists recreate The Fully Monty -
in real life In the Red Sea, Israeli and Arab divers cooperate to save
rare coral and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: From Florida,
hard times for those gentle giants, the manatees.
- This Week's Feature:Dreamboats Has yours arrived in Annapolis? Find
out at the United States Powerboat Show. But first, bring your dream in
better focus with NBT's sampler of the stuff dreams are made of.
- Editorial TV Ads: Use 'Em For Soap and Sneakers, Not Leaders
- Letters to the Editor See More Boats at Capt. Avery House;
Animal Lovers Vote Glendening
- Commentary What Makes Bobby Run?
- Burton on the Bay The Trouble with Boats
- Chesapeake Outdoors The Magic of Place
- Not Just For Kids Geogia Knoll reviews The Shaman's Apprentice,
a children's book about a boy learning to be a medicine man. Learn a bit
about the author, Virginian Mark Plotkin.
Volume VI Number
42 October 22-28, 1998
- On Our Cover: For Anne Arundel County Executive, John
and Janet both want your vote. Illustration by Jim Hunt.
- Dock of the Bay Giving From the Grave: Goldstein Fund Blesses Maryland Democrats
* Done Deal: Franklin Point Belongs to Us * You'll Be Darned If You Don't
· South Arundel: International Exchange Jump-starts 21st Century
Planning * Update: Congress Has Nibbling Nutria In its Sights * plus, Way
Downstream ... From Washington D.C., don't 'Wash. Biol. Surv.' On the Connecticut
River, coloring salmon orange In Atlanta, Home Depot in trouble for allegedly
selling old-growth wood In New Mexico, investing $40 million in the Jemez
Mountains and last but not least, this week's Creature Feature: In the
U.K., froggie's going a' courtin'.
- This Week's Feature: NBT Campaign
Gary vs. Janet Evans * Can "Big John" Gary hold off surprise
challenger Janet Owens in the AA County Executive's race? In revealing
interviews, they present their cases.
- Editorial And the Winning Political Strategy is ... Voter's Breakfast
- Letters to the Editor Reduce-Reuse-Recycle; A.A. County Land
Use Policy: Running off the Tracks
- Bay Reflection On the Road
- Burton on the Bay No More Crossing This Bridge
- Chesapeake Outdoors Missed It by That Much
- Not Just For Kids Learn how Seven-year-old Daniel Kamish
wroteThe Night the Scary Beasties Popped Out of My Head.
Volume VI Number
43 October 29 - November 4, 1998
- On Our Cover: Trick or Treat for Chesapeake Bay? Illustration
by Jim Hunt.
- Dock of the Bay Campaign '98: Candidates Seek Support, Sanity at Trail's End
* From Camp Letts to the Pentagon: War Resisters March * Walk on the Wild
Side Raises $6k * Letters from Lost Towns IV - Fallen on Hard Times: A
Ghastly Lament * Who's Here: Fall Colors, Big Birds · plus, Way
Downstream ... In Idaho, the wrong message is in those bottles In Wyoming,
no more contributing to the delinquency of bears In Alabama, love strikes
down species lines From Harvard, faiths for a greener world and last but
not least, this week's Creature Feature: From South Carolina, sweetening
chicken farming with a clove of garlic for every fowl.
- NBT Campaign Interviews: Gov.
Glendening Makes His Case Will the Chesapeake Bay be in danger if Ellen Sauerbrey becomes
governor? Parris Glendening thinks so.
- Editorial And We Endorse ... The Chesapeake Bay
- Letters to the Editor Voting by Bernie's Yardstick; Sierra
Club's Voters' Advice; Schoolgirl on Sauerbrey
- Commentary Score One More for Chesapeake Bay
- Burton on the Bay In Politics, Truth Is in The Eye of
- Chesapeake Outdoors Sisters in the Universal Religion Called
- Not Just For Kids Halloween's Creepy Critters
Volume VI Number
44 November 5-11, 1998
- On Our Cover: "I'm no hero, I just cleared the
way for those other guys - that's all." That's what they all say,
the 370 veterans retired to Charlotte Hall in Southern Maryland. Photos
by Don Kehne and M.L. Faunce.
- Dock of the Bay Beloved's Local Star: Child Sethe * Neighbors Helping Neighbors
- Dance for Baby Abby's Sake * In Annapolis, the Art of Sainthood: 'The
Seven Virtues' * Update: Movie Shunned by Bay Made Maine Attraction * Who's
Here: November, Already? * plus, Way Downstream ... From Pennsylvania,
worse water In Florida, turtle poacher has egg on face In Michigan, Boy
Scout earns nuclear badge and last but not least, this week's Creature
Feature: Why California stopped feeding the fish.
- This Week's Feature: Veterans
Day The Heroes of Charlotte
Hall by Don Kehne & M.L. Faunce -- What they experienced,
however commonplace at the time, was never trivial. Some faced the worst
they'd ever face, feel or behave, saw what no one hopes to see. Along the
way, they got the ride of a lifetime, going from small towns and farms
to the streets of Washington or Paris, the coral atolls of the central
Pacific or the jungles of Panama
- Editorial Campaign '98: The Message is the Middle
- Letters to the Editor Well Investigated and Reported; Join
National Donor Sabbath
- Bay Reflection Come Here and Go Home
- Burton on the Bay On the Patuxent, A Tale of Two Bass
-- Maryland's Dead Sea Resurrected
- Chesapeake Outdoors Breaking the Hex
- Not Just For Kids Meet Miffy, a famous bunny, and her
creator Dick Bruna; enjoy a poem by Southern High student John Hines.
Volume VI Number 45 November 12-18,
- On Our Cover: "Saint Matthew and the Angel"
share a rapture as the divine messenger brings the evangelist the word
of God for his gospel. Italian Baroque master Guido Reni imagined and painted
this scene in about 1635. Photo courtesy of the Walters Art Gallery.
- Dock of the Bay Maryland's Pride: Voters Win Nation's 'Most Improved' Award *
Gov. G's First Act of Official Business: Dogs Have Their Day * Angelic
Hosts: Look Who's Flown into Baltimore's Walters Gallery * One Man's Trash:
A South African Looks at America's Recycling * Deer Here: Better for Both
When the Twain Don't Meet * plus, Way Downstream ... In Virginia, Eastern
Shore National Wildlife Refuge gains 825 new acres In West Virginia, Arch
Coal wants the top of the mountain In New Jersey, is Donald Trump's new-found
environmentalism a Mirage? and last but not least, this week's Creature
Feature: Freed, Willy stars in Oslo.
- This Week's Feature: Gateways
to History Antique Shopping
Through Chesapeake Country -- by Kim Cammarata -- Here's
a sampling of antique stops and shops along the Bay. From Annapolis to
Solomons Island, each is brimming over with treasures with a past.
- Editorial In AA Government, Small Steps Toward Big Things
- Letters to the Editor Pro and Con Backwoods' Bill; Praise
- Bay Reflection The Sock in the Corner
- Burton on the Bay Squirrely Maneuvers
- Chesapeake Outdoors The Journey Out
- Not Just For Kids Snakes -- Enemies or Friends?
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