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From South Philly's Italian Market and cheesesteak kings, the Steven Starr and Jose Garces restaurants that make Center City a can't-miss culinary destination, and the smorgasbord of West Philly's various ethnic offerings, Philadelphia has enough to satisfy the most discriminating, adventurous and hungry foodies. A large and growing contingent of dedicated and informed bloggers here are focused on everything from gluten-free and beer to fine dining and a thriving collection of BYOB establishments in most every corner of the City. Non-profits like Philabundance and The Food Trust work to eliminate disparities in food access and have developed programming and tools that are used across the country. Farmers markets abound in the city and suburbs, and community supported agriculture is increasingly catching


Connecting local kids to food

On the Ground: The Farm at Bartram's Garden cultivates community

Every year, this four-acre plot produces 12,000 pounds of food, welcomes 10,000 school kids, employs 22 high school interns, hosts 45 families in a community garden, distributes 80,000 seedlings, supplies 50 farmstands and welcomes 1500 volunteers. And there's more.

3-D Printing

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: A 3-D printing workshop, youth art in Callowhill and Philly's first big vegan fest

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Philly Skyline

Dear Philadelphians: When it comes to the DNC, stay for the party

Apocalyptic warnings about traffic and security led to a mass exodus before Philly's last big public event. But when the Democratic National Convention descends July 25-28, residents and visitors alike will enjoy a slate of enticing activities.

Juvenile in Justice: End Solitary

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Exploring juvenile justice through art, a farm fest in Southwest, Philly Feast

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Homeschooler Days at Bartram's Garden

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Homeschooler Days at Bartram's, Jazz in West Philly, and arts on the river

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Food Founders

Phil Hughes of Mavuno Harvest

Phil Hughes of Mavuno Harvest

City: East Falls

The Peace Corps is a life-changing experience for many, and laid the foundation for Mavuno Harvest

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