Category Archives: Current Events

Coffee is a business

Peet’s Coffee just bought majority share in Intelligentsia coffee and acquired Stumptown Coffee earlier this year. So, the bitching has begun about “selling out” and how Peet’s is “just in it for the money”. Yes, they are, because every business … Continue reading

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Grow Pittsburgh – Save the Date!

Grow Pittsburgh has announced when their event “A Taste of Grow Pittsburgh” will happen this year – 22 September 2013. Tickets aren’t on sale yet, but there are only 300 available, so they will go quickly. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Save-the-Date-for-A-Taste-of-Grow-Pittsburgh–September-22–2013-.html?soid=1102602054911&aid=oeDJvF4pHRo

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Will the study of archaeology soon become a thing of the past? | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional

Will the study of archaeology soon become a thing of the past? | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional.

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Skeleton found in car park is that of Richard III – live coverage | Science | guardian.co.uk

Breaking Medieval Historic News! Skeleton found in car park is that of Richard III – live coverage | Science | guardian.co.uk.

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We’ve come a long way from Victory Gardens

This is a problem that I’ve seen with increasing frequency over the last year or two. I am currently checking out the citations because there is part of me that would very much like to prove that all of this … Continue reading

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The Oslo Lunch and Week Three

The Oslo Lunch was served to British Schoolchildren as an experiment during World War II to improve their health. It was cheap and took advantage of any vegetables that could have been grown in a small household garden. The makeup … Continue reading

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In The Hill Dist. No Food Access Means More Health Problems | 90.5 WESA

The continuing saga of providing food to a neighborhood where there are no grocery stores and haven’t been for at least the last 30 years. In The Hill Dist. No Food Access Means More Health Problems | 90.5 WESA. Associated … Continue reading

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