The First Lady Urges Healthier Choices at Restaurants; Gaga’s Raw Meat Dress Starts Beef With PETA

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• In a speech to the National Restaurant Association yesterday, Michelle Obama urged restaurateurs to provide more healthy items, especially on kids’ menus. [AP]

• Lady Gaga wore a dress stitched together from raw beef at The MTV Video Music Awards this past Sunday, angering PETA activists. [Independent UK]

• The food truck trend has inspired fashion trucks to hit the streets. [L.A. Times]

• L.A. City Council approved three contracts for LAX concessions to a joint venture that combines companies owned by Earvin “Magic “Johnson and the widow of Johnny Cochran, among other entrepreneurs. [L.A. Times]

• San Pedro will see a return of Lobster Fest for the 12th year this weekend, now with food trucks. [Daily Breeze]

• Interactive iPad wine lists are becoming increasingly popular. [NYT]

• Gatorade is bumping up its social media presence in an effort to appeal to teen athletes. [WSJ]

• A new ad from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine seemingly blames McDonald’s for heart disease. [WSJ]

The First Lady Urges Healthier Choices at Restaurants; Gaga’s Raw Meat Dress