February 2003 Table of Contents



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The Fast Track

Educators and parents are concerned by
the increasing number of

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young teens engaging in oral sex.  by Theresa Gawlas Medoff

Is There a Doctor in the House?

Prohibitive medical malpractice rates are 
chasing doctors away.

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by Patricia Lake

A Portrait of Love

Helen Farr Sloan’s quest to keep her husband’s legacy of art alive.
by Matt Freeman

Almost Legal

Illegal Mexican immigrants can access U.S. services with a new ID card issued by their own government.  by Shaun Gallagher

DT bride

Love In Bloom

Bridal gowns this season are more likely to say romance

than sleek sophistication.

Tiers of Joy

Pastry chefs offer a sampling of new trends
in wedding cakes.

by Shannon Canton

Real Wedding: The Big Dance

One couple planned a traditional ceremony 
with theatrical

elements to guarantee a 
successful run.  by Marsha Mah


The ABCs of Honeymooning

Aruba , Bonaire and Curaçao offer 
honeymooners romantic tropical splendor. 
by Theresa Gawlas Medoff

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Brides are often treated to bachelorette 
showers and parties

that make even the 
guests blush.  by Patricia Lake

Magic Moments

Get down on one knee and read how some innovative

hopefuls asked their girlfriends to 
marry them. by Shannon Canton     

Resource Listings

Where to find everything you need for the perfect wedding.       

The Rite Site

A comprehensive guide to local reception sites.



Inside Story 

All the wedding information you need in an issue packed with more than

just sugar and spice. by Marsha Mah


What’s Up

Rockin’ fantasies, French lessons to please, giving faux candies and more. 
edited by Shannon Canton


Cool Stuff

Chocolates for the romantic soul. compiled

by Stephanie Denis and Kelly M. Carter

Hot Tickets

Playing polar bear, Victorian love stories

at Hagley Museum and Library and more.

by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party Hopping

 “An Evening of Enchantment” and the 15th

Annual Thanksgiving Ball. edited by Shannon Canton

In Person

David and Pat Horsey built a successful business while on the verge of

losing their Laurel farm. 
by Shannon Canton

In the Know

Business leaders donate their time, expertise and money to improve

early-childhood education. 
by Pam George

Everybody’s Business

Judy McKinney-Cherry, director of the Delaware Economic Development

Office, faces an uncertain economy with optimism. 
by Michael Sigman

At Home

Lynn and Karen McColley turned a 1930s Georgian revival mansion

in Milford into a gracious bed and breakfast.  
by Eileen Smith Dallabrida


Executive chef Robert Lhulier of Deep Blue Bar & Grill faces his biggest

by Pam George

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Real Estate Guide: the best new construction, active adult communities and the magic of paint.

Best of Delaware Ballot: Vote for your favorites places to buy goods and services.

Dining: Find the trendiest dining spots in the state.

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