Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775

Dishing ice cream, producing movies provide Southern comfort for this city icon
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George Medovoy, Jewish Exponent Feature
When the remake of the 1941 horror classic "The Wolfman" hits the big screen on Nov. 6, it's likely that Stratton Leopold, one of the film's executive producers, will be back home here, scooping ice cream behind the counter of his retro ice cream store on historic Broughton Street. Leopold, whose prodigious film credits include "The Sum of All Fears,"...
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Two years ago, Macau lay somewhere between its colorful history and the city it wanted to be in the 21st century. It boasted a venerable collection of museums and sites celebrating its fusion of Chinese and Portuguese culture, and yet was the world's most ambitious construction site. Billionaire casino hoteliers Steve Wynn and Sheldon Adelson placed heavy bets on Macau...
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A psychologist/author bares all about getting back into the dating game at 50-plus
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Rita Charleston, Jewish Exponent Feature
According to clinical psychologist and best-selling author Judith Sills, perhaps at no time in human history are women in a better place in which to enjoy their lives -- even our romantic lives, which we may have thought were over. That's one of the reasons why Sills wrote her latest book, Getting Naked Again: Dating, Romance, Sex, and Love When...
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Frank Rosci, Jewish Exponent Feature
The debate over the possible/probable mercury contamination of seafood rages on in scientific, medical, governmental, consumer-protection and seafood-industry circles, with no clear end in sight. The nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom, in Washington, D.C., for example, has accused the U.S. Geological Survey of conducting a misleading study, published in May 2009, about mercury in the Pacific Ocean. The dispute centers...
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Lauren Kramer, Jewish Exponent Feature
If you want to brush up on your Klingon, Vulcan is the place to do it. Vulcan, Alberta, that is. The small farming community of 2,000 was facing extinction back when "Star Trek" first appeared on TV screens worldwide in the 1960s. Many of its grain elevators had succumbed to fire or been torn down, and town residents were concerned...
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