RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Seafood and Fishing Industry

A collection of news and information related to Seafood and Fishing Industry published by this site and its partners.

Top Seafood and Fishing Industry Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • 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...
  • No new protection for Atlantic bluefin tuna

    No new protection for Atlantic bluefin tuna
    The Atlantic bluefin tuna, a fabled sport fish that has sustained a sharp decline to serve the sushi restaurants of Osaka and Tokyo, was rejected Friday for a place on the endangered species list. Once sought after by Ernest Hemingway, Zane Grey and...
  • An ocean boardwalk and dining options galore coming to Norwegian Breakaway

    An ocean boardwalk and dining options galore coming to Norwegian Breakaway
    Norwegian Cruise Line is embracing the boardwalk for its new ship, the Norwegian Breakaway. As part of the unique design for the new ship, NCL will be offering up The Waterfront and 678 Ocean Place, which includes an oceanfront boardwalk lined with...
  • Virginia moves to ban winter blue crab harvest

    Virginia moves to ban winter blue crab harvest
    Virginia regulators moved Tuesday to ban the winter harvest of blue crabs despite the crustacean’s comeback in the Chesapeake Bay. The Virginia Marine Resources Commission set a public hearing in August to ban dredging of hibernating female crabs,...
  • Chesapeake Bay fouled by Susquehanna flooding

    Chesapeake Bay fouled by Susquehanna flooding
    The Chesapeake Bay looks like a dirty bathtub, its waters turned brown with mud and awash in pollution and floating debris, including uprooted trees, propane tanks, even a battered dining-room chair. Braving boat-damaging hazards, scientists are swarming...
  • Restaurant review: Add Seaside to list of great Maryland seafood restaurants

    Restaurant review: Add Seaside to list of great Maryland seafood restaurants
    A reader responded to our recent roundup of classic Maryland crab houses: "Take a trip to Glen Burnie and find Seaside on Crain Highway. Best crabs in town. … You need to move around to the other side of town." In a follow-up conversation, the...
  • Selling chefs on local seafood, one boat trip at a time

    Selling chefs on local seafood, one boat trip at a time
    Chef Wilbur G. Cox Jr. spent a day on a boat with a state bureaucrat who wanted him to put more local seafood on his menu. The excursion has prompted Cox to do that — and more. "My next [tattoo] sleeve is going to be based all on Maryland seafood,"...
  • Crabbers seek to take charge of their future

    Crabbers seek to take charge of their future
    The sun is just peeking over the treetops as Billy Rice steers his 24-foot boat, Miss Jill, out into the Potomac River. Six days a week, in all kinds of weather, except lightning and high winds, the Charles County waterman and his helper and wife,...
  • Tubing on the Gunpowder could become a victim of its own popularity

    Tubing on the Gunpowder could become a victim of its own popularity
    On any summer weekend, thousands of outdoors enthusiasts are drawn to the cooling waters and shaded shores of Big Gunpowder Falls. Some of them are after nothing more than a leisurely float down the river. Tubing has long been a hot-weather institution...
  • The Review: Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon

    The Review: Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon
    Beneath an old diving helmet straight out of Jules Verne, a couple seated at a corner of the raw bar feed each other oysters, clams, bites of lobster. They eat slowly, luxuriously, between sips of wine. He whispers in her ear. She laughs and pops a shrimp...
  • Last call on last day for last of Harborplace originals

    Last call on last day for last of Harborplace originals
    Dick Smith, who was there when the place opened 31 years ago, was back at his piano bar in Phillips Seafood Sunday afternoon, the last day of business at Harborplace for the last of the original tenants. Smith played "As Time Goes By," and longtime...