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Above the Colonel

Posted By Allie Kenny

Following is an excerpt from the recent free public talk, “Southern Food as Cultural Fount: A Conversation,” with national food writer , winner of the James Beard Foundation’s M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award, with award-winning North Carolina Public Radio Reporter Leoneda Inge, WUNC’s first-ever race and southern culture reporter, and Andrea Reusing, the James Beard award-winning chef of the Durham Hotel and also Lantern restaurant in Chapel Hill. For these expert enthusiasts, food is a gateway to such southern topics as history, race, migration, economics and more. Leoneda Inge: You say New York is this great melting pot but no,… MORE

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Two Sides of Pork

Posted By Jenna Poczik

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In Memoriam: Horst Meyer

Posted by Sarah Schroth

The Nasher Museum of Art lost a dear and loyal friend when Horst Meyer passed away last weekend. T… MORE