My overview of the What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam? exhibit appeared earlier this week on the Washington City Paper‘s Young & Hungry blog. Read the post here.
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Washington, D.C.-based writer Rhea Yablon Kennedy covers sustainable food, higher education, Judaism, the deaf community, urban agriculture, and the occasional bizarre clothing trend.
Rhea’s writing, images, and video have appeared in The Washington Post, The Washington City Paper, Grist.org, and The Jewish Daily Forward, as well as publications at Gallaudet University.
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