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August 2006 Table of Contents

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August
Contents

Features

The Dining Guide: Everything Crab
From secret crab cake recipes to exotic crab dishes to a
down-home feast, here’s all you need to know.
by Pam George

Top Lawyers
A survey of the state’s most reputable attorneys in several
consumer specialties.
by Drew Ostroski

Faith in Leadership
At a time when the Christian Right enjoys its greatest influence,
clergy of all faiths are picking up where the government leaves off.
Meet several locals who are leading the way.
by Matt Amis

Whose Sand is it Anyway?
Who should pay when the state rebuilds its beaches? It depends
on who you ask.
by Scott Pruden

 

Departments

F!rst
Impression
Music man Bert Ottaviano stays true to the music—and really great ravioli.
by Matt Amis

Notes
A Top Gun investment manager, an artist’s new route, a unique band kicks some brass, an old-school ball and Book Corner.

Issue
White-collar crime is on the rise. Is the state protecting your money well?
by Matt Amis

Person
Bill Rickman of Delaware Park is now watching other states gamble on gaming.
by Terry Conway

Education
Mentoring programs change young lives. They also change mentors.
by Valerie Trammel

Elements

At Home
This beach artist’s home doubles as her studio and gallery.
by Eileen Smith Dallabrida

GO!

Enjoy
For 75 years, The Brandywiners have supported other arts groups.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

See
Sand sculptures, icons and idols, and country in the capital.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party
Photos from fundraising bashes held throughout the state and the gallivanting Gabby.

Eat & Drink
A resort restaurateur scores a seafood hat trick.
by Pam George

Dining Listing

In Every Issue

From the Editor

Final Word

 

In Our Next Issue:

The Gala Special: A guide to A-list charity events.

The Arts Preview: A rundown of the season’s hottest tickets.

Fall Getaways: Follow the foliage on these great weekend trips

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