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The bus is coming to South Philly for an afternoon.
Plus: White Castle tests out beer; and Campbell's Soup Co. teaches school kids how to garden, all in our morning news roundup.
With the community put in charge of the garden, a plan starts taking shape.
One of Rach's lackeys was put in charge of the murals, because the show didn't want to pay Mural Arts to do it.
The garden Rachael Ray had built is being turned over to a group based in Camden, NJ.
The show is reportedly shooting a Philly focused episode next week.
Lockwood is about to get some very local produce.
The latest version of the Noble's menu features seasonal updates of some of the restaurant's most popular dishes.
This time around the dinner will feature ingredients from the rooftop garden and West Philly's Farm51.
City Council Blocks Expansion of an Upper Roxborough Community Garden; Gubernatorial Hopeful Tom Corbett Pushes For Privatization of PA’s Liquor Stores
Plus Iron Chef tanks in Australia, and college administrators crack down on "drunkorexia" all in our morning news roundup.
Colossal Wawa Plans Meet Opposition in Conshohocken; Drunken Chester County Man Arrested For Trying to Eat Kittens
Plus halal-certified soups stir protests, and hotels get in on the rooftop vegetable garden craze, all in our morning news roundup.
NJ Pushes Fertilizer Ban to Save Aquatic Life in Barnegat Bay; Chefs Deem Kitchen Gardens the Hottest Trend of 2010
Plus L.A.'s Food Policy Task Force works to get food stamps accepted at every farmers market, and carrying weapons in bars and restaurants that serve alcohol is a hot topic, all in our morning news roundup.
The dinner showcases the bounty of fresh ingredients reaped from Noble's rooftop garden.
Giant Supermarkets Recall Spinach; Hot Beef Sundae and Seven-Pound Breakfast Burrito Top List of Most Fattening Dishes
Plus big changes at Phoenixville’s Steel City Coffee House, and Starbucks adds instant iced coffee, all in our morning news roundup.
The monthly dinners are limited to just 10 guests.
This week Noble utilizes the freshest possible ingredients.
A presidential decree and a presidential pastry chef keep their focus on nutrition, while natural wines are the focus of local restaurants this week.
Oceana, Char No. 4, and Brooklyn Social open outdoor spaces.