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July 2003 Table of Contents

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Best of Delaware

More than 400 winners: Our readers and critics select Delaware’s best food, places, services, shops and people.

Shaun, Inc.
Enticed by Delaware’s incomparable business environment, he author becomes a corporate entity. by Shaun Gallagher

Shattered
Debra Puglisi Sharp, who was kidnapped, raped and held prisoner for five days in 1998, now helps other violent-crime victims cope.
by Patricia Lake


Cultivating a Sense of Community
For 25 years, the Delaware Center for Horticulture has improved life in the state through gardening.
by Paula Kelly

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Beach Buzz

Hot Tickets

Rescue Me

The Rehoboth Beach Patrol are more than just hot bods—they’re also lifesavers. by Shannon Canton

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The Best Party of the Year

That’s Entertainment
Popular local bands donate time and talent to make the Best of Delaware Party a success. by Patricia Lake

Party People
The “Best of” Party’s volunteers.

Wilmington Flower Market, Inc.
Our 2003 beneficiary.

Flower Power
How the Flower Market helps kids. by Theresa Gawlas Medoff

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Inside Story
The Best of Delaware. by Marsha Mah

 

 

 

Contributors

What’s Up

Designer bags, “Friends”‘ brainy mags, black and white dressin’, Clark Kent’s from Hockessin, and more. edited by Shannon Canton

Hot Tickets

Nanticoke Riverfest, Delaware State Fair, Best of Delaware and more.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party Hopping
Heart Ball, Meals from the Masters, plusthe irresistible Gabby. edited by Shannon Canton

Cool Stuff

Hurray for the red, white and blue!
compiled by Kelly Carter

Business
Delaware companies have pumped years of development into hydrogen fuel cells, which may one day surpass fossil fuels as a chief energy source. by Michael Sigman

In Person

A Dover salesman needed to cut his marketing budget, so he built his ownsearch engine – with his business as its top “premium listing.” by Phil Hall

Politics

Beau Biden is the next Biden to watch. Will he follow in his father’s footsteps?
by Shannon Canton

Dining
Striper Bites gets top-of-the-heap ratings —even from locals —for its “gourmet food without pretension.” by Pam George

Restaurant Listings

Final Word

In which the author turns a Wilmington dino into Ma Goose. by Kelly Carter

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