Small & Caps Inc.

If you use Safari 3.1.x, the ampersand in the headline will be replaced with a nice calligraphic glyph from an embedded webfont. The rest of the text will remain unaffected. This is done by limiting the replacement with the unicode-range descriptor to a single glyph:

@font-face {
font-family: Ampersand;
src: url(ampersand.otf) format("opentype");

Now you can specify a font list like …
font-family: Ampersand,'Helvetica Neue',Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
… and the webfont replacement will only kick in if you use the ampersand.