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January 2005 table of Contents

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Features

Delawarean of the Year
UD football coach K.C. Keeler has re-ignited Delaware football since leading the
Blue Hens to their first national championship in 30 years. by Matt Amis

Better Than Ever
After losing more than 100 pounds, Kay Garvey received an extreme makeover
through various cosmetic and dental procedures. by Patricia Lake

The Big Deal and What’s New in Cosmetic Surgery
Are breast implants an appropriate high-school graduation gift? Plus, learn
about the latest advances in cosmetic surgery. by Pam Georget

Read This!
Reading education must continue beyond elementary school if a student is
to master complex comprehension skills. Theresa Gawlas Medoff

Departments


F!rst
edited by Ben Brooks

Impression
An optometrist learned Spanish to serve Hispanics at the
New Castle Farmer’s Market. by Anthony Pierce

Notes
Skiing away, sports play, the
trendy Segway and more. .

Power
AAA Mid-Atlantic moves its headquarters to the Wilmington Riverfront. by Jim Waltzer

Issue
A woman dedicates herself to saving whales, seals and
other injured sea life. by Patricia Rivera

Elements

At Home
A couple preserves the history of a Wawaset Park home
while making modern updates. by Eileen Smith Dallabrida


In Store
Cool tweed accessories, plus new stores and more.
edited by Shannon Canton

GO!
edited by Shannon Canton

Going Homel
Artist and curator Amalia Amaki
explains her autobiographical exhibit at the DCCA.

See
The Lego League, Forum USA and the Russian Ballet.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party
Hair Affair, Victorian Tea Party, Biden Breast Health Initiative
and the glamorous Gabby.

Out
Happy Hour at Deep Blue

Eat & Drink
Our food editor reviews Union City Grille, plus coffee
drinks and piano bars. by Pam George

Restaurant List

In Every Issue

From the Editor

Contributors

Your Turn

Final Word

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SPECIAL SECTION

Meeting Planning Guide

HOW TO: Hire an appropriate speaker, pick the right
location and choose a stimulating theme for your next meeting.

In Our Next Issue:
Dining Guide: Cheap eats, fabulous wine cellars, plus
dining out in Washington, D.C.

Traffic Hell: Traffic experts discuss the region’s worst backups
and what is being done to correct traffic nightmares.

Raped: Read about how women are often re-victimized by the legal system.

 

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