Volume 15, Issue 8 ~ February 22 - February 28, 2007



Your Cell Phone’s Afterlife

The phone you’ve outgrown still has a spark. by Aubree Stafford

Jonathan Parker’s Eighth Annual Oscar Preview

Five categories sum up the Academy Awards for me. If only the Academy would listen.

Way Downstream ~ The flush tax sends big money to Anne Arundel for septic tank upgrades … For the 10th year, too few blue crabs swim in Chesapeake Bay … Returning pinesnakes to Pocomoke State Park … A cautionary tale: Emerald Ash Borer to cost Ohio $3 billion … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, The Monster Rabbit that stalks England and other tales from National Geographic’s best animal tales.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Valentine ice storm teaches a lesson: Plant trees that stand up to snow and ice.

Bill Burton ~ Making a killing: That’s the point of the games kids play.

The Sporting Life ~ Memories for a cold season: Old sporting adventures warm up a foul week. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Journal ~ February: Pointing toward spring. by Gary Pendleton

Earth Talk ~ McCycling: Small steps toward reducing fast-food trash.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ All signs point to spring: The pulse of the Earth is quickening. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s gguide to good times. by Carrie Madren

Flickerings ~ Ben Miller on Breach: A great drama of the arrogance and underlying bitterness of a man trapped in a life of compromise.

Xwords© ~ by Ben Tausig

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