on December 7, 2009
Coming up later this week:
Oakland North’s Lilly Mongeau and Laurel Moorhead follow an Oakland Unified School District lunch from finish to start, examining “natural flavors,” visiting an assembly line, and tracing some ingredients to their surprising overseas origins.
A photographic exhibit documenting how free antiretroviral drugs changes the lives of AIDS patients worldwide debuts this Wednesday at the African American Museum and Library. Becky Palmstrom will bring us the story.
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