Since the Times-Picayune broke the news about sexual harassment allegations against New Orleans chef John Besh last fall, the restaurant industry has had to take a hard look at the bad behavior it’s tacitly allowed for years. There are many women in the industry actively trying to make the workplace safer and more equitable for everyone. Hear how an artist, editor, and restaurateur joined forces to create a poster to battle sexual harassment and how a digital directory is building equitability at food events, in publications, and beyond.

Taking “a stand” literally, we have a report from Harry Rosenblum about that summer staple: the lemonade stand. We also look into a Japanese steakhouse that tried to offer standing-room-only dining at its New York location – a trend that didn’t stand with diners.

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