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A fork (and a bump) in 'The Road'

This Gloucester couple made a fortune in PR. Now, as film producers, they toil to bring Cormac McCarthey's bleak vision to the screen.

(john blanding/globe staff)
By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / October 19, 2008

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GLOUCESTER - Their house, a chateau-style bastion on 11 acres of spectacular oceanfront along Gloucester's Folly Cove, is grand enough to have a name: Seawinds. Steve and Paula Mae Schwartz, owners of one of the most successful public relations companies in New England, are key benefactors of such honorable institutions as Bowdoin College, the Gloucester Stage Company, and the American ... (Full article: 1234 words)

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