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Dinner Parties For Change; Julia Child Doesn’t Fly In France

• A Hyde Park dinner party group called Across The Table aims to bridge social spheres and address serious topics in casual restaurant settings. [Tribune]

• Despite her acclaim in the United States, Parisians have never really cottoned on to Julia Child. [NYT]

• Michelin’s new ad campaign focuses on its “famously anonymous” reviewers. [NYT]

• A new report in the New England Journal of Medicine calls for a tax of a penny per ounce on soft drinks. [WSJ]

• Dairy farmers are calling for federal antitrust operators to investigate their field. [WSJ]

Dinner Parties For Change; Julia Child Doesn’t Fly In France