Today marked the book release of “Food: An Atlas” at UC Berkeley’s Department of Geography. Eager readers could pick up the newly printed book (literally off the back of their […]
Today’s Grits & Greens continued its contribution to the intersection of Food, Art and Technology. Three panelists: a poet, an artist and a technologist introduced new insights and approaches to many […]
On Thursday I attended the first in a series of East Bay networking events titled “Locally Inspired“–put on by the Sustainable Business Alliance. The series aims to “inspire and connect […]
On Martin Luther King Day, Eden and I pulled our “green fingers” out and volunteered for the National Day of Service, organized by Urban Tilth. Urban Tilth is a non-profit […]
It’s been a busy week at the intersection of Food/Art/Technology in Oakland. On Tuesday Grits & Greens kicked off its second breakfast meeting, and Thursday night OakTech opened its 2013 […]
When I think of Yorkshire food I conjure visions of over-done vegetables (perfectly cooked, then given another 20 mins). Yorkshire pudding is relegated to Pub Grub, drowning in gravy over slices of […]
http://www.wisdom2summit.com/ A summit about wisdom, work, life and community. Great idea. Prohibitive $625+ price tag. An important topic that many people could benefit from. Maybe they will livestream?