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The Importance of A Place at the Table

The Importance of A Place at the Table

Obesity and hunger – two issues that many think are on the opposite ends of the spectrum. But the reality is that they are very intertwined, as is demonstrated in the new film, “A Place at the Table.”

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Photographs by New Journalist Danny Lyon at the deYoung Museum

Photographs by New Journalist Danny Lyon at the deYoung Museum

Now reputed as one of the best documentary photographers to emerge in the 1960s, Danny Lyon transformed the medium of photography by choosing to become a vulnerable and active participant in his photographs, rather than ensconce himself behind a protective and isolating lens.

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Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

If you consider America the most powerful and wealthiest country in the world then here’s a shocking fact: over 16.4 million children in America were living in poverty in 2010, and most likely more in 2012.

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SF Giants – the TV show?

SF Giants – the TV show?

The Chron reports that cable network Showtime is looking to do a docu-series following the SF Giants’ 2011-2012 season (think HBO’s “Hard Knocks”). What? The real question is will The Machine be making an appearance?

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