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Cooking program serves up second chances in Lincoln Park

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - More than a dozen aspiring chefs graduated from a 12-week cooking program in Lincoln Park Wednesday, to the cheers of family members in the audience. The program is run by the non-profit, Kitchens for Good (KFG). The group says it ... read more

Cutting the Gender Gap in Vermont's Meat-Processing Industry

"We need people who are willing to show up every day and want to work ... an educational retreat and farm in Lincoln that raises much of its own food. She was 39 weeks pregnant with her second child. While Lake ably and calmly killed, skinned and gutted ... read more

Holiday shopping at Fenway Park, for fans and team alike

BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox held a Christmas carnival at Fenway Park on Saturday for fans who ... They gave themselves second chances with offensive rebounds, which helped make up for Oakland’s deadeye shooting. At this point, Kendrick Nunn had ... read more

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Wrapping up summer, unwrapping fall

30, with little doubt that Lincoln will retain its title. With over 1.3 million miles logged in Lincoln, the second place challenger, Madison, Wisconsin has little chance of catching ... The LLCHD Summer Food Program provided 107,000 meals at 45 sites ... read more

Mountain View offers Loveland curbside tree recycling to benefit arts program

This year, for the second ... up trees on Jan. 6. A donation of $10 per tree is suggested to benefit the arts programs at the school but is not required. "The program supports all of the arts at Mountain View, but it also gives the kids a chance to serve ... read more

Evanston, Round Lake Park nonprofits honored as 'Neighborhood Builders'

Nineteen-year-old Donail Rucker of Rogers Park ... of programs for those interested in customer service, cooking and information technology, just to name a few, in hopes of leading people down career paths they might not have had the chance to travel ... read more

Out On the Town: D.C. Arts & Entertainment picks, December 14-20

Saturday, Dec. 16, at 3 and 8 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 17, at 3 p.m. Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U St. NW ... been transformed for the holidays with twinkly lights and tasty food from a pop-up cafe, s’mores and snuggy blankets around a fire pit and hot holiday ... read more

School cafeterias may be among the best places for kids to eat

Most of that food isn’t prepared from scratch, although there’s a growing movement to bring scratch cooking to public schools. Still, given that volume, you might expect school kitchens to rack up ... program manager. “The menus that schools ... read more

How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture

We got a VCR and spent three days watching tapes, taking very careful notes, categorizing and cross-indexing every talent, every program concept, everything that was on tape. Donna Hanover, co-host, Food News ... then run back up to serve it. read more

Nonprofit notes, Dec. 10

The improvements will be implemented for Festival of the Arts 2018, slated for April 24-29 at Bicentennial Park. For more information, call 270-4848 or go to artscouncilokc.com. Grant launches senior feeding program Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma received ... read more


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