The future of food is often defined by cutting-edge technologies like lab-grown meat or blockchain. Mike Lee, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based food product developer and co-founder of Alpha Food Labs, argues for a simpler solution — we need to grow and eat different plants.
People will tell you there are no shortcuts, but that is only true if you think a shortcut is a magic “Masterpiece” mode in your camera or a special action in Photoshop.
Going from point A to point B is the ultimate goal. If you have already reached your destination it doesn’t matter how short or how long the path has been. You’ve made it! However, if you are at the beginning of your journey, it’s good to know the shortcuts, because there are many other goals to achieve in this life than spending it only on one. The shortcut is the ability to focus only only on the things that truly matter and make a huge difference.
Excellent article on facts I’m sure many of us didn’t know about Mr. Wonder. He changed some really important things for the industry.
His music has changed music.
Sure, we all know Stevie Wonder’s iconic songbook — we could reach our word count here solely by reeling off standards such as “Higher Ground,” “Superstition” “Sir Duke” and many more. But as he hits town for an extended engagement at the Park Theater, let’s examine how Stevie Wonder has impacted the music industry itself.
The Metro Council voted Thursday in favor of an ordinance that will require some types of businesses in greater Portland to separate their food scraps from the garbage.
This means that, starting in March 2020, businesses that generate 1,000 pounds or more of food scraps per week must collect their food scraps separately from garbage. The program will roll out over five years. Eventually, almost 3,000 businesses, including schools, will be required to separate their food scraps. Businesses that generate less than 250 pounds of food scraps per week will not be subject to the requirement.
Businesses in the Portland area already have to separate recyclables like metal, paper and glass from their trash.
So why add food scraps – stuff such as eggshells, bones and peels – to this list?
If you have a strong online presence or pay to market your photography business, bogus leads can bombard your inbox. Atlanta photographer Katie Coon received one recently.
An article published by Fox 5 Atlanta reported the story which would be familiar to many of us photographers: a new lead comes in, providing what sounds at first like a standard wedding, event, or portrait shoot. However the client doesn’t want to, or apparently cannot, speak on the phone.
You might think restaurants are struggling, given the number of famous and franchised places that have closed lately. In fact, the industry itself has fared well since the Great Recession.
But, some key things are different, according to the trade publication Restaurant Business. Jonathan Maze, RB’s executive editor, looked at 10 ways restaurants have changed since the economy tanked in 2008 and 2009.