Volume 11 Issue 37
September 11-17, 2003

On Our Cover

Can Navy Play Football?
Photo by Phil Hoffmann for U.S. Naval Academy Athletics.
Co-captain Crag Candeto, a Navy senior and quarterback, dives for the extra yard against VMI August 30, for Navy’s first opening-day home-game win since 1990.

America’s Navy Can Fight … But Can They Play Football?
by Louis Llovio
Will this season mark a turning point for a historic program that has had its fair share of misery in the last 21 years?

  • Gambling on Gambling: Change is a Sure Bet
    Slots legislation would revamp Rosecroft Raceway
    by James Clemenko
  • Rub a Wet Dog
    Canines make a splash at Anne Arundel SPCA’s dog wash
    by M.L. Faunce
  • Take an Audio Tour of Southern Anne Arundel County
    Drive south with new travelogue CD and map
    by M.L. Faunce
  • Cove Point Settles Down to Shipping as Usual
    With the arrival of tankers, Chesapeake Bay is back in the LNG business
    by John L. Guerra
  • Way Downstream
    • In Virginia, Chesapeake Bay Foundation takes on Philip Morris over Bay-choking nitrogen…
    • On Martha’s Vineyard, Walter Cronkite gives wind and windfarms a second look…
    • In the Congo, Pygmies cut a CD protesting logging companies’ destruction of their jungle…
    • This week’s Creature Feature: In Alberta, Canada 10 hedonists fined for an orgy that squashed many of the last population of endangered snails in Banff National Park.