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  • The Aviator Main Line Today magazine, March 2005 - After 50 years at the top of its game, Keystone Helicopter was ready to make the next step. All it took was a lot of vision, capital and one man determined to preserve the historic companys legacy.
  • Blob Behavior Main Line Today magazine, July 2004 If it werent for a horror film made here 47 years ago, Phoenixvilles theater might have collapsed by now. Ditto for the local economy. Enter one very cool little celebration.
  • Kidnapped Main Line Today magazine, August 2004 - A father claims his child's mother - a wealthy, driven Main Line business woman and heiress - has illegally absconded with their daughter.
  • The School of Hard Rock Main Line Today magazine, June 2004 - Paul Green is teaching your young head bangers to swear like sailors and wail like Hendrix. Oh, and discipline. Ain't that what music is about?
  • False Profits Main Line Today magazine, May 2004 - Many of those who advertise themselves as fortune tellers or psychic readers are in fact members of an extensive organized crime network designed to separate believers from their money.


  • A New Idea Brewing Main Line Today magazine, February 2005 - While most office coffee has a reputation for being awful, one company has developed a system that fulfills the need for high-quality java while keeping wayward coffee drinkers in the workplace.
  • New Ships to Speed Travel, Shipping Metro World News , September 2001 - New technology will cut trans-Atlantic shipping and travel, thus reducing costs for imported goods.


  • Big Wish Main Line Today magazine, November 2004 So what if Big Fish actor Matt McGrory wears size 29 kicks? He's still just a regular guy who wants to make a big splash.
  • High Praise Main Line Today magazine, October 2002 New Auxiliary Bishop Michael Burbidge, rector of St. Charles Seminary, has risen through the church hierarchy by remaining down to earth.


  • Local Author Brings Travel Writing Home Daily Local News , West Chester, Pa., April 11, 2004 - A West Chester author creates the first detailed travel guide to the Brandywine Valley of Pennsylvania and Delaware.
  • The Unexpected Paradise of St. Lucia Daily Local News , West Chester, Pa., October 19, 2003 - The primitive luxury of Ladera Resort sits high atop the picturesque peaks of the West Indies' St. Lucia, a perfect spot for a honeymoon or simply a taste of the decadently exotic.

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