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NoMa Seeks Artists to Transform Underpasses

If you’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity to let your artistic side shine and leave your mark on this city, this may be it. The NoMa Parks foundation is seeking artists to “turn the underpasses at Florida Avenue, NE, and K, L and M Streets, NE, into stunning contemporary art installations, and further strengthen east-west connections in NoMa and to Capitol Hill.” 47 more words

Real Estate

ACTS OF CREATION: WE ON A WORLD TOUR WITH A PAN IN OUR HAND..

The article below appeared in The Guardian from London.  It started as pop up’s and now it’s roaming restaurants.  It speaks to the concepts such as “the incredible shrinking” world aka globalization, immediacy, and as Ferran Adria said on Charlie Rose, the need to create “chaos” to continue groundbreaking creativity.   1,394 more words

Alan Philips

MAD Symposium- taking food to the wild side

It is usually around this time of year that I start to imagine myself perched on a hay bale in an old circus tent, listening to some of the greatest minds talk about the future of food. 285 more words

Food

Noma's Kitchen Ingenuity

As expected, the lead curator for modern, “New Nordic” cuisine does not use a standard, traditional kitchen. In a video made for the Culinary Institute of America, Noma’s René Redzepi explains why his kitchen is designed the way it is, and why he does not have a traditional kitchen brigade, composed of saucier, poissonier, and so on. 183 more words

Food

NoMa Apartment Building Touts 'Community Dog'

LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — A new NoMa apartment building is touting a rather unusual amenity — a community dog.

2M Street is very pet-friendly, and even has its own private dog park. 355 more words

News

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I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of Noma, but it’s reputedly the “best restaurant in the world,” located in Copenhagen, Denmark and run by a young chef named Rene Redzepi. 856 more words

Life & Spirit