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July 2005 table of Contents

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Features
Art on a Grand Scale
The Delaware Art Museum opens with a new exterior and exciting new
exhibits inside. by Eileen Smith Dallabrida

Farming Goes High-Tech
Farmers no longer rely on their five senses to figure out crop yields. Now
they use global positioning systems and other technologically
advanced equipment. by Patricia Rivera

More Than Coffee

Wawa’s success story is based on a lot more than brewing a great cup of
Joe. by Bill Kent


Best of Delaware

We present the best restaurants, retail centers and much more, as voted by
our readers, editors and dining out advisory board. by the Editors

Departments
F!rst
edited by Ben Brooks

Impression
Delmarva’s largest occult store has bewitched Dover.
by Matt Amis

Notes
X marks the spot, lifeguards so hot, cell reception or not and more.

Issue
Little Italy is still waiting for the neighborhood’s revitalization.
by Ben Brooks

Power
The Wilmington Blue Rocks get soxed. by Lora Bilton Englehart

Elements
At Home
No color can be the best color of all. by Eileen Dallabrida


In Store
Cool shades. by Louise Bolin

GO!
edited by Shannon Canton

On the Go
Mexican immigrants worked their way from dish washers to café owners.
by Shannon German

See
Art in the square, beach cottage tour and more.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party
Meals from the Masters, Barefoot Ball and that social butterfly Gabby.

Out
Our Man About Town reports
the latest party news.

Eat & Drink
A new Bethany-area seafood restaurant. by Pam George

Restaurant Listings

In Every Issue

From the Editor

Contributors

Your Turn

Final Word

 

Special Section

The Best of Delaware Party
Content

The Party
The Best food and fun.

Through the Years
The history of the party.

Dance with me
Jellyroll headlines the entertainment.

Coping with cancer
The Wellness Community provides support services for cancer patients.

Theater in Action
Delaware Theatre Company reaches out.

Family Back Home
Raising funds for families of soldiers.

Winners List
Who won what.

 

In Our Next Issue:

Most Eligibles: Here’s your chance to check out some of the state’s hottest, most fascinating singles.

Dining Guide: Chefs share their secrets, delicious ethnic dining and a roundup of new restaurants.

Delaware’s Kenyan Community: Find out how this growing, tight-knit group dealt with the murder of one of their own.

 

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