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June/July 2005
Table of Contents

Cover Story:
Maryland's Champion Tree Lives On:
When the beautiful Wye Oak collapsed, furniture makers Jim McMartin and Jim Beggins were commissioned to craft a desk for Maryland's governors from its wood. Ann E. Dorbin tells the story of the majestic oak and its journey to the State House.

Annapolis Insiders: Heather East Papadopoulos of Annapolis Biscotti; Rock Toews of Back Creek Books; Ginger Doyel of The Capital..

Annapolis History: Hammond-Harwood House...Then & Now

Bay Business:
Hobo International
The Friendship Bistro
Legal Briefs: Wills
WNAV Radio
Consider This...Minimum Wage
Jimmy's Favorite Sites

SERC: Addressing Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century

A Boat for Every Sailor: J/Port Annapolis

Annapolis Editions
Events: Annapolis to Newport Race
St. John's College: Joan Silver
Environment: Wood Ducks
Home: Barbeque Grills
Events: IFWLA World Cup
Events: Designer Show House
Organizations: FSH Society
Education: Central Special School
Education: Davidsonville Elementary
Events: Secret Garden Tour
Dining Out: Cantler's Riverside Inn



What event in the Annapolis area are you most looking forward to in 2006?

Powerboat Show
Sailboat Show
Renaissance Festival
Seafood Festival
County Fair

Additional comments ?

Last time we asked, "How many past issues of Inside Annapolis Magazine do you have? " Out of all the responses, we found that most of our readers keep at least 3 issues of Inside Annapolis Magazine around the house, but a couple of our readers have over several years of issues! We're glad to hear that so many of you stay with us!

Thanks to all those that voted!

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