Many communities are home to “food deserts,” or areas where grocery stores are inaccessible due to distance or cost. Food deserts can form because of deficits in public transit, high food prices, residents not owning vehicles or having limited mobility for various reasons, or other factors. Some areas, including Washington D.C., are lucky to have mobile food markets, which aim to alleviate this difficulty. Retired city and school buses have been turned into food and farmers’ markets in order to distribute fresh food to undeserved neighborhoods in many areas, including D.C., St. Louis and Toronto. … RETIRED BUSES REBORN AS MOBILE FOOD MARKETS
We have some wickedly momentous news: Our awesome little city just got its very first Southern comfort drive-thru kitchenette — and it just recently opened.
That’s right — just when you thought DC living couldn’t quite possibly get any sweeter– it totally did. … HEY YOU — STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND SEE THIS…
Just when you thought I couldn’t talk about the Yayoi Kusama exhibit anymore — some jerk went and did the absolute most mega adorable gesture on the planet and — surprise! We’re back!
As if the bar hasn’t been set high enough for all my poor menfolk out there — some dude went and just completely crushed any hope you had for normalcy and the mundane in your private love lives. … ATTENTION ALL MEN: YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG. LESSONS FROM AN ART EXHIBIT