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Here is the AP Lifestyles digest for the week of May 14.
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FASHION-PARAMOUNT ARCHIVES: Costumes worn in nearly two dozen iconic Paramount Pictures films — including by Forrest Gump’s Jenny and Star Trek’s Captain Kirk — will be on display at a central Ohio museum from May 19 through Aug. 12. The exhibition is the curated by Randall Thropp, a former Lancaster resident who manages the Paramount costume and prop archive. By Julie Smyth. UPCOMING: 600 words by 2 p.m. Friday, photos.
SENIOR CITIZENS BULLYING: Bullying, a problem long thought the exclusive domain of the young, is plaguing senior centers, nursing homes and other places older adults gather. By Matt Sedensky. SENT: 800 words Saturday, photos.
BOOKS-MARTHA STEWART: Three new lifestyle books will be showcases for the “Martha way” from Martha Stewart. SENT: 100 words Monday.
ROYAL WEDDING NEW GENERATION: Harry’s father Prince Charles couldn’t marry Camilla in a church because she was divorced. His great-aunt couldn’t marry the love of her life for the same reason, and his great-great-uncle ended up leaving the throne so he could marry a divorcee. That’s not an issue any longer. The latest generation of Windsors has been able to toss off the romantic restrictions that entangled their elders with disastrous consequences. UPCOMING: 900 words Wednesday. Postponed from last week, photos
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-VEGETABLE PAELLA: Though traditional paella centers on a variety of meat and seafood, we wanted to develop a vegetable-focused version that highlighted the array of hearty vegetables common in Spanish cuisine. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 689 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-PATRIOTIC POKE CAKE: Although poke cake is usually in the form of a sheet cake, we thought it could make a beautiful and festive layer cake for the Fourth of July. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 700 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-CLASSIC BARBECUED CHICKEN: Our Classic Barbecue Sauce gave simple chicken parts all the intense, multidimensional flavor we craved, but the real secret to this recipe was the method. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 653 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-ONE-PAN SHRIMP PAD THAI: Our version of the take-out classic shrimp pad thai is surprisingly easy to make and requires just one skillet. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 340 words by 2 p.m., photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-ONE-PAN ROASTED CHICKEN WITH ROOT VEGETABLES: Our version of the take-out classic shrimp pad thai is surprisingly easy to make and requires just one skillet. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 500 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos
FOOD-KITCHENWISE-BEST OF-REUBEN PIZZA: Reuben Pizza is quick, easy to make, inexpensive and delicious. Even better, it’s not a typical pizza. Essentially it’s a Reuben sandwich that swaps out rye bread for pizza dough. By Sara Moulton. UPCOMING: 850 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-AMERICAN TABLE-BACKYARD RIBS 101: There is nothing like home-made ribs. And, once you get over the intimidation factor, you realize that they don’t take nearly as long to cook as barbecue myth has it. By Elizabeth Karmel. UPCOMING Monday: 1,500 words, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-DEADLINE-SALMON PANZANELLA: Salmon panzanella looks as good as it tastes. By Katie Workman. UPCOMING: 660 words by noon Monday, photos.
HOME AND GARDENING
HOMES-RIGHT-TRENDY TILE: One of the oldest materials in home design is now trending like a hot newcomer. Shelter magazines, design blogs and home renovation stores are featuring tile for surfacing floors, walls, stair risers and more, indoors and out. By Kim Cook. UPCOMING: 580 words by 3 p.m. Tuesday, photos.
GARDENING-COLUMN-SAFE FOOD: Is homegrown food safer? Only if gardeners take precautions. By Dean Fosdick. UPCOMING: 540 words by 3 p.m. Tuesday, photos.
HOMES- FITZGERALD HOUSE: How do you stay relevant as a historic site when all eyes are on the new kid in town? A museum devoted to “Great Gatsby” author F. Scott Fitzgerald is hoping some of the folks heading to Montgomery to see the new lynching memorial will stop by and maybe even spend the night at the house where Fitzgerald lived with his wife Zelda, a Montgomery native. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 650 words by noon Wednesday, photos. Also moving in Travel.
ATLANTIC CITY CASINOS AT 40: Portrait of a casino: 40 years after opening as the first outside Nevada, Atlantic City’s Resorts is back in the black. By Wayne Parry. SENT: 520 words Saturday, photos.
MEMPHIS BELLE-RESTORATION: The Memphis Belle, a World War II B-17 bomber known for leggy pinup model on its nose, has been restored and will be unveiled this week. By Mitch Stacy. SENT: 650 words Sunday, photos.
TRAVEL-ALABAMA-MONTGOMERY: The lynching memorial that just opened in Montgomery, Alabama, is a game-changer for tourism in this Southern city, already attracting thousands of visitors who would never have considered coming until now. Those who do make the trip will also find great restaurants, a resurgent downtown and some of the country’s most important civil rights sites, including the parsonage where a 24-year-old minister named Martin Luther King Jr. became the leader of a movement after Rosa Parks got arrested on a Montgomery bus. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 800 words by noon Wednesday, photos, podcast.
TRAVEL-ATLANTA-KING: If you’re planning a trip to Montgomery, Alabama, to see the new lynching memorial, you may be flying in and out of Atlanta, and a stop at the Martin Luther King Jr. historic site there is a perfect complement to your Montgomery itinerary. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 500 words by noon Wednesday, photos.
TRAVEL- FITZGERALD HOUSE: How do you stay relevant as a historic site when all eyes are on the new kid in town? A museum devoted to “Great Gatsby” author F. Scott Fitzgerald is hoping some of the folks heading to Montgomery to see the new lynching memorial will stop by and maybe even spend the night at the house where Fitzgerald lived with his wife Zelda, a Montgomery native. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 650 words by noon Wednesday, photos. Also moving in Homes.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
FASHION: MET GALA; MET EXHIBIT
GENERAL LIFESTYLES: PARENTING-THE SNOO; ROYAL WEDDING-PRINCE HARRY
FOOD: FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-SALMON WITH ALMOND VINAIGRETTE; FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-GLAZED HAM; FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-SLOW COOKED CLASSIC BREAD PUDDING; FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-ASPARAGUS WITH HOLLANDAISE; FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-FRENCH OMELET; FOOD-COLUMN-DEADLINE-BROCCOLINI STRASCINATI; FOOD BEARD AWARDS; FOOD-RICK BRAGG
HOME AND GARDENING: GARDENING-COLUMN-ANGELIQUE TULIP; HOMES-COLUMN-DESIGNER-WINDOW TREATMENTS; HOMES-EXHIBIT-CHAIMOWICZ
TRAVEL: INSIDER Q&A: AIRBNB’S SRIN MADIPALLI; TRINITY CHURCH RENOVATION; LEGO CONVENTION; VACATION WITH MOM; NORWEGIAN BLISS; OUTDOORS-NERDWALLET-BUDGET CAMPING; AP TRAVEL PODCAST-ROYAL WEDDING; LONELY PLANET
OUTDOORS SPECIAL EDITION: SLEEPING IN A TENT; BISON PAINTER; KITE CRAZY; ENTERTAINING IN STYLE; NERDWALLET-BUDGET CAMPING
SPECIAL EDITIONS CALENDAR:
June 5: Pets
July 10: Back to School
Aug. 7: Fall Homes
UPCOMING TRAVEL: Week of May 21, theme park package and Dr. Beach’s best beaches
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