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April 2006 Table of Contents

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Features

Great Weekend Getaways
Spring is here, and with it, the travel bug. We give you a list of destinations
with unique characters. From a renewed mining town and a Chautauqua-style
resort to maritime centers and historic sites, there’s something for every taste
within an easy drive. Go ahead—fill ’er up.
by Marilyn Odesser Torpey

The Reinvention of Jane Brady
When the former attorney general became a Superior Court judge,
she gave up her role as an advocate. Can she learn to listen?
by Maria Hess


Deadly Misperceptions
If you think crime in Wilmington has nothing to do with you, think again.
by Maria Hess

 

Departments

F!rst


Impression
Her famous grandfather gave Dr. Dolittle a voice.

by Maria Hess

Notes
A halfpipe dream, IT leader gets wired, reinventing Rockwood.

Power
Can the ailing Blue Rocks turn things around this season?

by Drew Ostroski

History
Lewes celebrates the 375th anniversary of Zwaanendael.
by Theresa Gawlas Medoff

Education
Learn about local libraries.
by Reid Champagne

Issue
The Brandywine Conservancy continues to preserve resources.
by Terry Conway

Health
The eyes are a window to the body.
by Jennifer Marie Zeberkiewicz

Elements

At Home
The cold stone of an old mill is reborn with contemporary hues
and accessories.

by Eileen Smith Dallabrida


GO!

Listen
Spinto Band may soon be able to buy all the board games and
Jones Soda it desires.
by Matt Amis

See
Tommy Tune talk to turkeys, bugs and buds take Milford.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party
Festival of Trees, the Grand Gala and the garrulous Gabby.

Eat & Drink
Restaurant 821’s new owners inherited the task of following a stellar
chef. They do so very well, indeed.
by Pam George

Dining Listing

In Every Issue

From the Editor

Contributors

Final Word

 

SPECIAL SECTIONS:

Golf Guide

Building the 19th Hole
Does the clubhouse feel like it was built just for you? It was.

Elevate Your Game
The Jack Nicklaus-designed Bayside Resort golf club will test you
skills and your patience.

Destination: The Beach
Delaware’s beaches are a bona fide destination for any golfer.

Two for the Road
We’ve identified local courses where you can play 36 holes on two
very different layouts.

Charity Tournaments
Get the details on your favorite charity tournaments.

 

In Our Next Issue:

Shopping Special
Want to know where to get great stuff cheap?
Have we got some deals for you
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Active Lifestyles Ditch the rocker. Instead, volunteer in the community.
Go back to college – for free. This ain’t your granddaddy’s retirement

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Motoring Great Drives and cars.

 

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