Volume 11 Issue 22
May 29 - June 4, 2003

On Our Cover
‘Welcome to My House,’ Invites Count Dracula
photo courtesy of Musical Artists Theatre
Dracula, The Musical is not your same old Dracula, but the Count still has a taste for blood. Here Robin W. Chapin as Dracula seeks a taste of Mina, Peggy Dorsey.

John Wennersten’s Environmental
Biography of the Bay
by Sara Ebenreck
For us newcomers, it’s always been take, take, take.

The Plagues of Summer
by Sonia Linebaugh
With West Nile virus and Lyme disease to contend with, arm yourself with facts, repellents and long sleeves.

  • Demolition Derby Needs Drivers
    Smashing up your car is half the fun
    by James Clemenko
  • ‘Welcome to My House,’ Invites Count Dracula
    Come in and you’ll get a taste of original musical theater
    by April Falcon Doss
  • Dreams Are Built in Churchton
    Architect Uekman, homeowners McGrath and Bowman make
    Home and Garden Channel
    by Stephanie Chizik
  • Show Off Calvert County’s Heritage
    Your photo may win a prize
    by Sonia Linebaugh
  • Way Downstream
    • From Annapolis, free money for nonprofit groups with brilliant ideas about restoring the Bay and its fish…
    • From London, a ship of painters, poets, composers and photographers set out for the Arctic with an environmental mission…
    • In India, the state of Kerala fights deadly drought by revoking the water-use permits of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo for using too much…
    • This week’s Creature Feature: In California, giant condors take a big step back from extinction.