“What rage for fame attends both great and small. Better be damned than mentioned not at all!” So noted John Wolcott in the mid 1800s, and not much has changed since.

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  • Issue Quarter Spring /​Summer
  • Issue Year 2006
  • Sub Heading Today’s society page is about merit, not money
After a long winter bundling under layers of wool, braving icy sidewalks in slippery heels and cuddling under blankets beside the fireplace, nothing tempts like the promise of spring for dreaming of tropical colors, bare shoulders and skirts that flirt with the breeze.

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2006
  • Sub Heading Old is new: Spring fashion trends
As a child growing up in Pittsburgh in the ‘50s, I thought that Lawrenceville was named for our mayor and that the soldier statue at Butler and 34th Street was David L. Lawrence as a young man.

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2007
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The mother of all Washingtons occupies the federal District of Columbia, yet smaller ones abound. The Father of His Country sired no children but, by way of surrogate progeny, he begat towns bearing his surname in no fewer than 27 states.

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2008
  • Sub Heading Home of the rebels
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