Five Reasons to Read “The Food Fighters: DC Central Kitchen’s First 25 Years on the Front Lines of Hunger & Poverty” by Alexander Justice Moore
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Five Reasons to Read “The Food Fighters: DC Central Kitchen’s First 25 Years on the Front Lines of Hunger & Poverty” by Alexander Justice Moore

 ”….[T]oo much of what we call ‘charity’ is more about the redemption of the giver than the liberation of the receiver.” ~ Robert Egger We’re all well aware of the scarring marks that hunger, poverty, and shady pasts can leave on one’s life. The struggle for good nutrition is often linked to the inability to … Continue reading »

“Moonshine” by Jaime Joyce: American Heritage & Cultural Tradition Unveiled + 5 Places to Find Moonshine in DC
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“Moonshine” by Jaime Joyce: American Heritage & Cultural Tradition Unveiled + 5 Places to Find Moonshine in DC

Alright class, raise your hand if you know what moonshine actually is. If you were thinking “unaged whiskey” you’d be right. Now raise your hand if you associate moonshine with a positive view of American history. No? Perhaps you still hold the stigma of dishonest backwoods hillbillies and “firewater” that will turn you blind. (We’ve … Continue reading »