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Published: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 15:26:30 GMT


Barnyard Etiquette
“Barnyard Etiquette” appears once a month in Style & Soul. To submit your etiquette questions, send an e-mail to

Giving Thanks? Do the Write Thing
An Illustrated Guide to Preparing a Proper Thank-You Note.

Love: Esther Madie Jacobs & Benjamin Franklin Watts Sr.
Hello there Esther, 79, and Ben, 78, met in October 2007, waiting for the casino bus to Atlantic City. Esther was taking the bus frequently, often without ever entering a casino. "I love the Shore, I love the water, I love the sun," she said.

Helping hands that could use your help
Each week until Dec. 24, Style & Soul will list some charitable agencies that need your help or donations.

Mirror, Mirror: What a gallery of good, 'imperfect' bodies has to say
I love clothes. But I often can't say the same about this hippy body of mine that shuns skinny jeans and ultra-miniskirts.

Headbands making a comeback
Politics and the fashion industry have more in common than you might think. For starters, they're both cutthroat businesses populated by egomaniacs whose success depends on public opinion.

Kitchen 233
I know some longtime Haddon Avenue habitues, like my pal Paul, are having a hard time accepting the notion that Franco's Place, the no-frills panzarotti hall, has been supplanted by an upscale wine bar like Kitchen 233 that serves $18 appetizers and $55 glasses of vino.

Drink |
I often find the beers on tap at the Iron Hill breweries to be, as at many brew-pub chains, predictable and safe. But Iron Hill has stepped up to another level of ambition with its new selection of special reserve beers. They come in 750 ml champagne bottles and are expensive (just under $20.) But Iron Hill's first-ever bottled beers are definitely worth a try.

Bridge by Frank Stewart
If you think cooperation isn't much of a factor in life, remember what happens to a wagon if just one wheel decides not to function. Good defensive play requires partnership cooperation and trust.