Big Money, Soda Taxes, and GMOs

Note: this article first appeared in Construction Lit Mag. While big money did not win out in the presidential election (see: the amount of money spent by Crossroads GPS, Karl Rove’s Super PAC, and its success rate in the races it tried to influence), when it came to food issues on the ballot in California, … Continue reading

Darkness in the Red Hook Houses

Sharing food connects us to our primal urge to gather together, to rebuild our tired, weary bodies while sitting around the proverbial fire. If nothing else, that is what makes us human: feeling the need to join others, to find restoration there. We can rise even further than that, by recognizing that we all belong … Continue reading