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Thursday, July 12, 2007
Chataqua 2007: Food for Thought
What would Upton Sinclair think about genetically engineered foods? How about Cesar Chavez's opinions on immigration policies related to migrant farm workers? What do you think G. Washington Carver's views on free range farming and corporate farms might be?

And finally, would Julia Childs be willing to perform her show in HDTV and make podcasts for your iPhone?

Find out the answers to your questions and more, at the Maryland Humanities Council annual Chataqua for the next four evenings, under the big top tent on the campus of Catonsville Community college. It's free and starts at 7:00 PM. Some foodie friends and I will see you there.
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