Take a Walk on the South Side The homey little neighborhood that lies beyond Federal Hill south of the Inner Harbor Marina still offers up a touch of old Baltimore. From the Cross Street Market to Nevin's karaoke central,
Jim Duffy guides us through a community braced for-but maybe not so happy with-change.
Navigating a smooth course can mean more than just getting from here to there. At least that's what
learned when she tagged along on a predicted log contest out of St. Michaels. Captains had to plot their course and estimate their arrival times to converge on the same spot at the same time. Says Bond, 'It took a lot of math.'
The Case Against Wood
Leveling the finest of aluminum spars,
writer-illustrator-sailor Jan Adkins
pokes a hole or two in the mystique of wooden-boat building. His take on the concept is simple: Mother Nature clearly didn't have boats in mind when she designed trees.
The Water and Walter Coles
In her interview with Walter Coles Burroughs, one of the last pound netters operating in Virginia waters,
executive editor Wendy Mitman Clarke
reveals a man in mourning-for a vanishing way of life and for a wife who succumbed to Alzheimer's.
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