Nonprofit Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant Planned in Lents

Ne Si'ka holding fundraiser tonight at Eagle Eye Tavern


Food & Drink
A group of restaurant industry workers plan to start a nonprofit, pay-what-you-can restaurant called Ne Si'ka at 9216 SE Ramona St. in Lents, near the New Copper Penny. According to James Layton, a head prep cook at Southland Whiskey Kitchen who's worked at "everything from the greasiest greasy spoons to Atwater's," he got the idea in November 2012 when he read about Jon Bon Jovi's Soul Kitchen in ...   More
Thursday, December 12, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

The War on Hunger: This Man Thinks It's A War We Can Win

It may seem a lonely crusade to help ease America's hunger woes. The cause lacks the resonance of the economy, nor is it as grabbing as the war on terror. But Joel Berg, a national anti-hunger advocate and author, is in Portland with his message that the war on hunger is one that can be won. “We didn't lose the war on hunger,” says Berg, executive director of New York's Coalition ...   More
Monday, March 23, 2009 Ryan Fleming


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