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Katie Parla

Katie Parla, a New Jersey native, grew up in an Italian-American restaurant family. She moved to Rome in January 2003, shortly after earning a BA from Yale University in the History of Ar...

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Jimmy Bradley

The author and chef-owner of two popular New York City restaurants—The Red Cat and The Harrison—Jimmy Bradley presides over neighborhood joints that have become destinations for guest...

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Noa Santos of Homepolish

After the Jump is back with a new season for 2014, and Grace Bonney kicks off the new year with Noa Santos of Homepolish! Homepolish is a startup that connects top designers with clients ...

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The King Amendment

This week on What Doesn't Kill You, Katy Keiffer is talking about the King Amendment to the Farm Bill with John Goodwin, Director of Animal Cruelty Policy for the Humane Society's Animal ...

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Good Food: Sebastian Naskaris

From Flying Pigs Farm, to the Moore County public school system in North Carolina, Sebastian Naskaris is working to bring good food to all! On this installment of Good Food, Daniel Meyer ...

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Common Threads

Common Threads is connecting families to food in low income neighborhoods. Tune into this HRN Community Special to hear Erin Fairbanks talk with Linda Novick O'Keefe, the CEO of Common Th...

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Women in the Food Movement

On this installment of It's More Than Food, Michel Nischan talks with Karen Washington, Maria Hines, and Dorothy Hamilton- all advocates for women within the realm of food. Karen Washingt...

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Chef Peter Hoffman on Sustainable Fisheries

Peter Hoffman, chef of Back Forty and Back Forty West, is known for his commitment to local food. In this HRN Community Session, Peter explains why eating local isn't alway the best choic...

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Lorena Siminovich

This week on After the Jump, Grace Bonney is in the studio with Lorena Siminovich: graphic designer, illustrator, and founder of Petit Collage. Lorena began taking graphic design classes ...

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Sandy Chilewich

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Sandy Chilewich has revolutionized tabletops from the ground up, well, legs actually. Founding HUE hosiery in the late '70's, Sandy used textile design innovatio...