Cooking Up Justice With Bryant Terry

Posted on 02/21/2014 by |News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

Bulletin TodayChef and author Bryant Terry says that being a food justice activist could mean lots of things — for example, fighting for small family farmers or supporting major reform of national agriculture policies. But for Terry, author of cookbooks like Vegan Soul Kitchen and The Inspired Vegetarian, activism starts on the plate and centers on health: “My specific focus, for over a decade now, has been to look at the many ways in which people — particularly living in cities, …

This Week in Boomer History: January 20 — 26

Posted on 01/19/2014 by |News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

Bulletin TodayNoteworthy facts from our shared experience: 1. Jan. 20, 1981 — 444 days after Iranian students overran the U.S. embassy in Tehran, 52 American hostages are released. Ted Koppel’s Nightline, born as The Iran Crisis — America Held Hostage: Day XXX, seeks fresh material. 2. Back to the future! The first gull-wing DeLorean sports car rolls off the assembly line on Jan. 21, 1981. 3. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts its first members this week in 1986, including Chuck …