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By adamg - 2/27/23 - 10:15 am

City Councilors Ricardo Arroyo (Roslindale, Mattapan, Hyde Park) and Gabriela Coletta (Charlestown, East Boston, North End) today proposed a "food recovery" program aimed at getting more food to people who can't afford it by reducing the amount of food restaurants, hotels, colleges, sports arenas and event organizers now simply throw away at the end of the night. Read more.

By clodaghdrummey - 2/24/20 - 8:15 pm

The February Market is just about here! Stop by the PSF Community Center this Saturday, February 29 from 10 am to 2 pm. The market will feature live music, face painting and new children's activities.

By clodaghdrummey - 1/24/20 - 3:30 pm

The Presentation School Foundation Community Center is excited to launch the Brighton Winter Farmers Market. Read more.

By Emerald Necklace Conservancy... - 9/21/15 - 3:47 pm

The Emerald Necklace Conservancy is pleased to announce a new fundraising event, Emerald Necklace YogaFest, to be held on October 4 at Clemente Field in the Back Bay Fens, Boston. The event will run from 9 am to 3pm and include morning and afternoon yoga classes, demonstrations, a pop-up marketplace, food trucks, raffles and more. Featured yoga instructors are Cara Gilman, of Sweat and Soul Yoga; Dan Steel, of Coolidge Corner Yoga and Izzy VanHall, AcroYoga instructor. The event welcomes all levels of yoga experience – from first-timers to practiced yogis!

By dwyer - 4/3/10 - 7:31 am

Marshmallow Fluff is essentially candy that spreads like peanut butter. It's an American classic that was born in Somerville, but the new strawberry variety with its bright pink color is frightening. (read entire article by John Stephen Dwyer)

By Ron Newman - 6/3/09 - 10:23 am

The Boston Public Market opened last week at Dewey Square (South Station). It will operate every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 am to 6:30 pm, through October 30, selling locally grown fruits, vegetables, meats, and other farm products.

They don't seem to be doing much publicity yet, so I decided to give them some free advertising here.

By brooke_mackinnon - 9/10/08 - 11:38 am


September 10, 2008 – As school systems cope with higher costs for food and fuel, Project Bread, Massachusetts’ leading antihunger organization, provides a new Better Lunch Toolkit for food service directors. The Better Lunch Toolkit ensures school meals are leaner, leafier, and more colorfully nutritious.

By Damon_Cawley - 2/5/08 - 10:02 am

Guests will be served blues-inspired hors d’oeuvres created by Azure’s nationally recognized Executive Chef, Robert Fathman and specialty drinks made with Reyka Vodka. The party will feature blues by Stretch and a raffle for several prizes, including a grand prize chef's tasting dinner for 6 at Azure. Guests are encouraged to wear blue, and there will be prizes for the best blue attire!

Tickets are $50 per person. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Community Servings. The funds raised from the sale of each ticket will provide two weeks worth of meals for a Community Servings client.

By conficio - 3/31/07 - 1:13 pm

Is Food Fuel or Fattening?

Melrose Running Club
Presents an evening with
Nancy Clark, MS, RD
Internationally Known Sports Nutritionist

April 5th, 7 PM
Memorial Hall, 590 Main St.
Melrose, MA

We all want a healthy lifestyle, but our food choices often prevent us from reaching that goal. Join us on April

5th when Sports Nutritionist Nancy Clark will explain how we can still enjoy food while it fuels our body.

Whether you're a couch potato, a casual walker, or a marathon runner, you won’t want to miss Nancy's dynamic and

inspiring presentation.

By pierce - 3/5/07 - 6:44 pm

Daily Candy shucks the starbucks and grabs a cup from Flamepoeira on Lewis Street in the North End, apparently just missing Bostonist.

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