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  • Blue Moon keeps on shining

    Blue Moon keeps on shining
    Overall impression: I've always been leery of waterfront restaurants because all too often they don't offer much else beyond a view. Blue Moon Fish Company is a big exception, because even after 17 years, it's not only an Intracoastal beauty, but it...
  • Decoding the mystery of the Jamestown sturgeon

     Decoding the mystery of the Jamestown sturgeon
    Archaeologists probing the early James Fort kitchen where they unearthed evidence of cannibalism this past year have discovered an earlier layer of artifacts showing that — just months before the Starving Time of 1609-10 — the colonists were...
  • New move to save historic shad

    New move to save historic shad
    There's new help on the way for what used to be the Chesapeake Bay's most important fish, though how much good it will do remains to be seen. The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has enacted a first-ever cap on how many American shad and...
  • La escena culinaria alrededor del sur de Florida

    La escena culinaria alrededor del sur de Florida
    Lobster Bar Sea Grille (450 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 190, Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-2675, BuckHeadRestaurants.com) Sí, es dramáticamente notable y grande como la anticipada sensación de una gran ciudad. Un lugar para ver y ser visto, de verdad. De la...
  • Lobster Season Shut Down In The Sound

    For the first time, lobster season in Long Island Sound will be shut down for most of the fall. From Sunday through Nov. 28, it will be illegal to trap lobsters there. The move is a sad one for Connecticut's already struggling fishing industry, but it's...
  • Ocean species relocate in response to climate change, study finds

    Ocean species relocate in response to climate change, study finds
    As climate change heats our oceans, you’d expect temperature-sensitive marine species to flee poleward to cooler waters. So why have some headed to warmer regions toward the equator?  Scientists have solved the puzzle. For the most part, these...
  • Blue outlook for blue crabs

    Blue outlook for blue crabs
    By most accounts, this has been a good year for eating Maryland blue crabs — just not by human beings. The Chesapeake Bay crab harvest is down, in part because of predators and cannibalism, but that's not the whole story. In 2011, Maryland...
  • With nuclear plants idled, Japan launches pioneering wind project

    With nuclear plants idled, Japan launches pioneering wind project
    Japan inaugurated a floating offshore wind turbine Monday that energy industry leaders hope will open a new frontier in Japanese renewable technologies and help the country reduce its dependence on nuclear energy and fossil fuels. The floating...
  • Motherless eaglets all grown, ready to fly away

    Motherless eaglets all grown, ready to fly away
    You are cordially invited to a special coming-out party — the release of Norfolk Botanical Garden's three motherless eaglets, now grown and ready to head back into the wild. The event, open to the public, happens at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 27, at...
  • New Pompano Beach Marriott to open July 1

    New Pompano Beach Marriott to open July 1
    The new Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Oceanfront resort is set to open July 1, operator Urgo Hotels said in a press release Wednesday. The resort is the first hotel to break ground in Pompano in a decade following the construction of the...
  • New species of hammerhead shark confirmed

    New species of hammerhead shark confirmed
    The discovery of a new species of hammerhead shark may sound like bad news for swimmers. But shark bites are rare, and it turns out this may be worse news for sharks. The shark, as yet unnamed, closely resembles the scalloped hammerhead shark, a species...