This is the print versions cover from this week. It does not link to anything at all. Please scroll down the page to get to the links for this week's top stories.
Volume 10 Issue 43
October 24-30, 2002

Bay Weekly Interviews Two Who Would Be Governor
Congressman Bob Ehrlich
Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

Bay Weekly Interviews Naval Academy’s Monte Maxwell
At Halloween, Naval Academy’s Monte Maxwell Takes Us on a Roller Coaster Ride: You don’t get into the Naval Academy’s Chapel before things start happening. A fallen angel stands frozen on a plinth as midshipman-size cats hunt you. And that’s before Halloween-loving organist Monte Maxwell pulls out all the stops. Photo courtesy of U.S. Naval Academy.

Bay Life: 13 Frightful Films
by Brent Seabrook
Long nights and morbid traditions awaken old responses, making Halloween the perfect night for a scary movie.

The Organic Way and Chesapeake Bay

Let’s Get Serious about Land Preservation

Giant Squid Get Their Due

Fall Guy
by Steve Carr

Stalking the Wild Mosquito
by Alan Doelp

Help Save a Wetland Today

Terrifying Tales
by Brent Seabrook