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July 17, 2000
Strategic Retreats

For those times when you're ready to withdraw from the urban fray, 30 of the best little bed-and-breakfasts our region has to offer.

July 17, 2000
Strategic Retreats

For those times when you're ready to withdraw from the urban fray, 30 of the best little bed-and-breakfasts our region has to offer.

July 10, 2000
Decorators in the Haute Seat

A glittering client list and undeniably exquisite taste helped establish Stephen Sills and James Huniford as the hottest design team in town. The mansion they were building for a Philadelphia credit-card king was to be their masterpiece. Instead, it allegedly became an $80 million money pit that has exposed them to charges of price-gouging and shockingly undecorous behavior.

June 26, 2000
Summer Fun 2000
June 19, 2000
The OB-GYN Who Loves Women

Dr. Niels Lauersen is so charismatic that patients flocked to his insurance-fraud trial. But investigators are asking: Just how good a doctor is he?

June 12, 2000
Wired Parenting
June 12, 2000
Parenting: Is Aol Worse Than TV?

Yes, the kids are quiet. No, they're not on the street. But parents are finding that Buddy Lists and instant messaging have their own hazards.

June 12, 2000
Parenting: My Two Dads

Dan Savage and Jesse Green -- together with their boyfriends -- want you to know that fatherhood isn't just for straight guys anymore.

June 12, 2000
Parenting: Table For Twos

What does a kid have to do to get a decent croque monsieur in this town? A dining guide for parents and their junior gourmets.

June 12, 2000
Parenting: Honey, I Wired The Kids

In our digital household -- which has the computing power of a small company -- the kids fight for cell-phone privileges, AOL accounts, and computer upgrades. Thank God my wife is chief information officer.

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