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Volume 10 Issue 47
November 21-27, 2002

Who Knows What’s Out There?
by Martha Blume
Alien Species Thrive in Our Bay.Alien Species Thrive in Our Bay: Many invaders stow away in ships’ ballast water, picked up in bays and harbors anywhere around the world. More of that ballast water is released in Chesapeake Bay than in any other estuary on the Atlantic coast. Here, a Smithsonian Scientist goes on board to find out what besides water is in a ship’s ballast.

Bay Life: Confessions of a Bicycle Commuter
by Rebecca L. Hurst
If you want to really know a place, get out on your bike.

Ten Reasons Why Those Loser Democrats Can Still Celebrate Thanksgiving