Posts Tagged ‘West Side Campaign Against Hunger’

Notes from the Neighborhood

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NeighborhoodChatter Compiled by Sean Creamer & Megan Bungeroth SHAKESPEARE’S LADIES Just about all of Shakespeare’s characters are iconic symbols of the human condition, and the same can be said of the heroines within his tales. The experimental Shakespeare ensemble Dark Lady Players will be performing Shakespeare’s Annunciation parodies Sunday, March 25, at 5 p.m. at West-Park Presbyterian Church, 165 W. 86th St. The event is free to attend and [&hellip
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Fighting Hunger on the West Side

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Local food bank sees 50-percent increase in cases since 2008 By Gavin Aronsen Hunger is on the rise on the Upper West Side. Volunteers at the West Side Campaign Against Hunger prepared for one of its busiest periods of the year on a recent Tuesday, as they managed their final delivery of food just before [&hellip
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Serving Up Food and Pride to the Hungry

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Food center’s volunteers are also clients By Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke Doreen Wohl was surprised to discover another side to the United States when she came here from England in 1953 with the American Friends Service Committee to work with migrant farm workers in Pennsylvania. “I grew up during the war and the idea of America was [&hellip
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Nutrition for the Body and Soul

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About a year ago, Manny Ramos began getting cooking compliments from his wife. Ramos always enjoyed cooking, but his dishes were usually yellow rice and beans with fried chicken. “One day, I cooked pasta with cheese. My wife asked me how I did it,” Ramos said. “She likes the way I cook now.” Ramos’ new [&hellip
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