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Lee's Place Burgers

A great hamburger stands out against millions of awful ones
Americans eat more than a billion hamburgers each year, most of them at fast-food restaurants. That's a lot of bad, sad burgers.
By MC SLIM JB  |  June 20, 2010

Review: Food, Inc.

As visually flashy as it is viscerally alarming
You are what you eat. And if you're like most Americans, you eat hamburgers made from cows who likely spent their lives crowded in fetid factory farms, ankle-deep in mud and excrement.
By MIKE MILIARD  |  June 16, 2009
unfarmed list

Food unfarmed

Pollan and Schlosser, on message, in Food, Inc.
Following in the Peabody Award-winning footsteps of Aaron Wolf's congenial, informative documentary King Corn, Robert Kenner's omnibus agri-doc Food, Inc . offers a bleaker portrait of America's food economy at this year's Food+Farm event series, centered at SPACE Gallery from May 7 to 10.
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  May 13, 2009

Eating, my words

Going green
In 2008, I’m going to eat less meat.
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  December 26, 2007

Good eatin’

Barbara Kingsolver grows her own
In 2005, author Barbara Kingsolver moved her family from Tucson to a farm in Virginia to embark on a year-long experiment of returning to nature.
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  June 27, 2007

Fast Food Nation

Hold the fictional fixings
The line between factual documentary and fictional re-creation, if it ever existed, has disintegrated before the assault of Fahrenheit 9/11, Syriana , and now Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation . Watch the trailer for Fast Food Nation  (QuickTime)
By PETER KEOUGH  |  November 15, 2006

Fall back

This season, Hollywood lives in the past
If you cannot remember the past, so Santayana said, you’re condemned to repeat it. Watch trailers for this fall's new releases.
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 13, 2006

The fat of the land

Does the obsession with losing weight do more harm than good?
A few months ago, for Jenna Broccolo’s 15th birthday, she and her family took a trip to New York City to attend a festival in Little Italy. Jenna, a sophomore at Westerly High School, asked her mom for one more gift: a full-length mirror. “You go, girl!” said her mom, Ann Marie Broccolo.
By  |  January 17, 2006

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