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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - Charlotte's Bread Man Cometh

IN SAN FRANCISCO sourdough country nearly 40 years ago, Peter Reinhart began experimenting with bread recipes. One night, he made bread following Julia Child’s precise recipe and the baguettes came out just as they should, long and…
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - The Accidental Filmmaker

  THOMAS MORGAN'S JOURNEY from real estate and green energy guy to indie filmmaker is itself a film-worthy story. The Charlotte producer’s latest project, Soufra, screened in May as an official selection for Positive Cinema…
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - It's Time for a Mental Health Movement

MORE THAN A DOZEN groups and causes have designated May as a month for awareness. Mental Health Month is just one of those. This month also marks the 17th anniversary of my own battle with depression. I thought I’d escaped the family…
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Enters 14th Year As a Hot Ticket

One year past its Bar Mitzvah, CJFF is still going strong as Charlotte's longest continuously running film festival. ViewLink
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - They Sang What They Could Not Say

SEVENTY-THREE YEARS AGO, Jewish prisoners interred at Terezin, the notorious Nazi concentration camp, used their singing of Giuseppe Verdi’s "Requiem Mass" as a most unlikely weapon against their captors. In June 1944, 150 inmates, weakened…