Molotovs Crash the Cocktail Party in West Philly; How About an ‘Unhappy Meal’ to Go With Your Depression?

• The Seafood Factory and Bar has many interesting selections on its drink list, but the Molotov cocktail that came crashing through the front window of the West Philly watering hole early this morning isn’t one of them. [NBC Philly]

• For food and for profit, GreenSpace Alliance makes a case for opening up the tens of thousands of acres of open space in Pennsylvania for agriculture. [Newsworks]

• Here’s one more reason to avoid fast food: a study shows it’s linked to depression. So should we start calling them Unhappy Meals? [Telegraph UK]

• Speaking of, today Burger King launches changes a year in the making, adding smoothies, chicken strips, and snack wraps to its lineup. [WP]

• Serious flooding in Fiji has many trapped on the island’s resorts, some of which are starting to run low on food and water. [ABC AU]

• If you thought you were being responsible by choosing small fish like sardines over big ones, think again: a group of marine scientists is calling for fisheries to catch these so-called “forage fish” at half the current rate. [NYT]

• The FDA has opted not to ban the industrial chemical known as BPA (found in plastic water bottles and canned food), despite a petition from the Natural Resources Defense Council. [Salt/NPR]