Mary Jane Fine

Memory of French Resistance Stays Strong

In the small town of Cahors, France, it is difficult to forget World War II. The Resistance movement was born here, and the reminders are everywhere.

Hotel Heir's Murder Sparks Miami Feud

The murder mystery gripping Miami features a slain hotel heir who loved Batman memorabilia and his ex-stripper widow, who’s accused of setting up his slaying.

Carlebach Musical Broadway Bound?

‘Soul Doctor,’ a rollicking musical based on the life and times of counter-culture Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach is playing in Florida. Can it make it to the Great White Way, inside Jewish jokes and all?

Frank Talk to Seniors About STDs

Senior citizens sometimes think they don’t have to worry about sexually transmitted diseases. Social worker Diane Matthew sets them straight with a dose of frank talk.

Speed Dating Among the Senior Set

In one Florida community, speed dating is all the rage with the over-60 set. The only problem is finding enough men to sign up for the matchmaking exercise.

Spring Training: Shortstop Jose Reyes of the Mets bats against the St. Louis Cardinals at Digital Domain Park.

In Madoff’s Shadow, Mets Fans Hang Onto Hope

The weather is picture perfect at Digital Domain Park on this spring-training Sunday afternoon, but as every New Yorker knows, the overall picture for the Mets is far, far less than perfect.

Group Home: A resident of JARC tends to her group home for disabled adults in Boca Raton.

To Care for Disabled Kids and Young Adults, Parents Increasingly Turn to Group Homes

Soon after Scott Goldenberg’s birth, his parents began thinking about something that rarely preoccupies the parents of a newborn: What happens to him when we’re gone? Their infant son had survived meningitis, only to be left with multiple physical and intellectual problems: cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, limited vision and walking difficulties.