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Supervisors Vote on Urban Farm Rules; Georgia Couple Steals From Child’s Lemonade Stand

• Today the S.F. Board of Supervisors takes a final vote on an ordinance to allow urban farmers with gardens less than one acre to sell their produce without an expensive permit. Take that, Oakland. [SFoodie]

• Hopes to reopen The Parkway, Oakland’s movie theater with beer and pizza, in a new location have been frustrated. But a single entrepreneur is still seeking a suitable space. [East Bay Express, Earlier]

• In honor of their 33rd birthday, Ben & Jerry’s is giving away free ice cream cones today between noon and 8 p.m. [Yumsugar]

• That McSweeney’s food quarterly from David Chang that we mentioned? It’s going to have an iPad app, naturally. [Bon App]

• Now this is low: A couple allegedly stole $150 from a little girl’s lemonade stand in Georgia. [13 WMAZ]

• Chocolate milk is the latest controversial school-lunchroom item. C’mon, is nothing sacred? [WP]

• Speaking of cafeteria food, a Chicago school has made it mandatory, banning brown-bag lunches entirely. Now brewing among the student body: the mystery-meat mutiny. [My Fox Chicago]

• Office candy jars are not so sweet for people trying to lose weight or keep it off. [WSJ]

• Cart vendors in Central Park are getting another obstacle thrown in their path as the Parks Department wants to see food carts with a “Victorian-era” look. Okay … [DNA Info]

Supervisors Vote on Urban Farm Rules; Georgia Couple Steals From Child’s