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Planting Starts for a Winter Garden
Sustainable Food: Earthen Path Organic Farm
Paul Hawken: The High Cost of Cheap Food
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Random Food News Blog Postings
- New York Magazine Shuts Non-New York Food Blogs
Posted 3 days ago
Grub Street, New York magazine’s food blog, will shut down their local food blogs that cover cities other than New York, they announced in a post this afternoon. The URLs for the local food sites, which covered Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Boston will be redirected to Grubstreet.com, starting later today. But foodies located in those other American cities need not worry …
- Sacramento Connect: Best of Blogs
Posted 3 days ago
The Sacramento Bee hosts a network of high- quality news providers and bloggers in the Sacramento region. Here is a sampling of the best of the current food and dining blogs. Check out the full postings: www.sacramentoconnect. com.
- 10 fun Tumblr blogs to follow
Posted 1 day ago
Sure, serious-minded folks from the White House on down have taken to Tumblr, the popular blogging platform that Yahoo announced it had purchased this week.
- 3D-printed pizza may be delivered soon, thanks to NASA
Posted 19 hours ago
NASA recently approved a $125,000 grant for a six-month project to develop 3D-printed food, and the first edible prototype may be pizza, Quartz reports. The grant was issued to Systems & Materials Research Corporation (SMRC), which plans to take on the larger task of making 3D-printed food easier to produce, especially for developing regions with limited access or resources.
- A Grub Street Announcement
Posted 2 days ago
It’s with regret that Grub Street announces the closure of our local blogs outside of New York, in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Boston. We thank Hadley Tomicki, Michael Gebert, Jay Barmann, Collin Keefe, and Kara Baskin for the excellent work they’ve done over the last few years. Later this evening, those blogs will redirect to Grubstreet.com. This doesn’t mean that …
- Order up! Sign up for our food newsletter
Posted 17 days ago
Hey, foodies, chefs and assorted kitchen putterers: The Columbian’s new Food & Dining newsletter will deliver even more recipes, food news, local dining reviews and links to our new local blogs weekly to your email.
Posted 14 hours ago
Print jobs are not dead. Everyone’s a writer. Or so it seems these days with all the blogs and gossip and news sites. Communication and journalism degrees are still being sought after by college students… but why?
- Fast-food worker strikes continue to spread in major U.S. cities
Posted 3 days ago
(5/21) By Tammy Binford A wave of strikes by fast-food and other low-wage workers continues to spread in major cities around the country as employees take action to increase their pay and gain other workplace rights and benefits. Strikes have taken place in New York City, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, and Milwaukee as the movement appears to be gaining strength.
- The strangely familiar browsing habits of 14th-century readers
Posted 18 hours ago
Today we constantly switch from one text to another: news, blogs, email, workplace documents and more. But a new book by an MIT professor reveals that this is not a new practice: In the 14th century, for instance, many people maintained eclectic reading habits, consuming diverse texts in daily life.
- Family of Kaitlyn Hunt's unnamed former girlfriend fields attacks
Posted 5 hours ago
Posted by Miranda Grossman / CBS12 News SEBASTIAN, Fla. — The frenzy surrounding a local teen charged with a sex crime for dating a 14-year-old girl has many across the nation lashing out at the victim’s parents. “Although 18 is an adult, we all know, that truly, seniors in high school are not adults,” said Julia Graves, Hunt’s Attorney. …