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June 2003 Table of Contents

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features

Obsolete?

Delaware’s libraries have embraced the Internet and use it as a selling point. by Shaun Gallagher

Still Waiting
The war may be over, but for the families whose loved ones are still overseas, emotions run strong. by Nikki Connors

delaware bride

Real Wedding
A seaside ceremony with sparkle in Rehoboth.
by Marsha Mah

Taming Bridezilla
Brides, don’t let wedding stress turn you into a monster. Here’s how to enjoy your special day.
by Shannon Canton

Marry Me!
Engagement rings to treasure.
by Shannon Canton

Bridal listings
A seaside ceremony with sparkle in Rehoboth.
by Marsha Mah

delaware beach

Beach Buzz

Not-So-Easy Street
Rehoboth Beach’s Streetscape project has hit business owners at the worst possible time.
by Shaun Gallagher

Sweet and Sassy

Rehoboth Beach’s Streetscape project has hit business owners at the worst possible time.
by Shaun Gallagher

Cool Stuff
Flowers, flowers everywhere. compiled
by Shannon Canton

Shopping Pulse

Hot new retailers have moved in at the beach.
by Sally Rinard

Jake’s Second Take
Jake’s new location sticks to old classics.
by Pam George

In the Mood for Food
What’s new and different at the beach. by Pam George

departments

Inside Story
An all-night beach party has DT editors in hot
water. by Marsha Mah

 

 

 

Contributors

What’s Up

Stylish heels, museum deals, a spa you’ll adore, cookies galore and more. edited by Shannon Canton

Cool Stuff
Water, water everywhere. compiled by Kelly Carter

Hot Tickets

June Jammin’, Separation Day, Little Richard at Dover Downs and more.
by Megan M.F. Everhart

Party Hopping
A Mardi Gras party, the Autism Ball, plus the inimitable Gabby. edited by Shannon Canton

In the Know

A Newark teacher who overcame great physical obstacles teaches children that we all make our own happy endings. by John Micklos Jr.

History
Wildcat Manor, a little-known but important stop on the Underground Railroad, faces the threat of development. by Patricia Jackson

Living Arts

A Milford woman turned her love of pearls into a custom-jewelry design business.
by Patricia Lake

Dining
Linda Collier, self-described “cellar mistress” of Collier’s of Centreville, is a pioneer in the retailing of fine wines.
by Shannon Canton

Restaurant Listings

Final Word

Life 101, and other things they don’t teach you in college. by Bob Villare

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