Chef Jonny Rhodes built a revered Houston restaurant. His next mission: Fighting ‘food apartheid.’

By most accounts, Houston chef Jonathan “Jonny” Rhodes has already achieved tremendous success. Just a few years removed from culinary school, he has worked in several Michelin-starred kitchens and is running his own celebrated restaurant. Nonetheless, he says, everything in his career has brought him to this moment, confronting food justice against the backdrop of…

Miss Manners: How to address letters to unknown recipients

Dear Miss Manners: My grandmother taught me the value of writing letters and, though I haven't done that in quite some time, I think the current outbreak is providing us ample opportunity to be kind in simple ways.My son and I are going to send letters to the local nursing home, which we've already discussed…

An around-the-clock virtual protest lifts voices of those unable to

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Then she heard about the website Public Public Address on Instagram. The project accepts video submissions of people protesting wherever they can — in their basements, bedrooms or garages — before an algorithm incorporates the clips into a “live” feed broadcast online around-the-clock.Duggan uploaded a video of herself walking with a sign that read “Say…

American Heart Association’s State Budget Wish List Would Ease making Healthy Choices

As the April 1 deadline looms for this year’s state budget, the American Heart Association calls on the state Legislature to keep the health of New Yorkers in the forefront. Two-thirds of New Yorkers are...

The retired inventor of N95 masks is back at work, mostly for free, to...

Peter Tsai invented N95 masks. He’s come out of retirement to join the covid-19 fight. - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofileNext articleshomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post Logoarrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access…

My grandparents were racist. Here’s how I moved on with my head held high.

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My grandparents were racist. Here’s how I moved on with my head held high. - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post Logoclosearrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real…

Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Grand Re-Opening Mosaic Health

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WHAT: Ribbon Cutting to celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of Mosaic Health WHEN: Thursday, October 14, 10:30am WHERE: Mosaic Health, 1651 Oneida Street, Utica, NY 13501 HIGHLIGHTS: • Mosaic Health Utica was renovated as part of an expansion project...

Here’s how to transform coleslaw from cookout supporting player to star

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Overview Ingredients StepsColeslaw confused me as a child. The soggy pile of shredded cabbage and carrots sitting in a puddle of watery, too-sweet dressing was hardly appealing. Next to the potato salad and macaroni salad (which had certainly been touched by the hands of a grandma or auntie), coleslaw seemed more of an afterthought at…

Life in a post-coronavirus world: will it feel so very different?

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This column will change your lifeCoronavirus outbreak The majority of people will drift back to their baseline mood of cheery or curmudgeonly, even after seismic events ‘We’re creating the future as we go.’ Illustration: Michele Marconi/The GuardianHas there ever been an easier time to be a futurist? I’m distrustful of the profession at the best…

‘I felt like I existed’: An oral history of one woman’s first hug after...

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(Maria Hergueta for The Washington Post)Two weeks into self-quarantine, Karina Montgomery told The Washington Post she was so touch-starved that she “would pay $50 for a 2-minute hug.”While living alone with her cat Tobias in San Diego, she was abiding by California’s stay-at-home order, going out only to pick up food. No masked walks with…