L.A. School District Bans Jamie Oliver, All Reality TV from Schools; Chick-fil-A Isn't the Only One That's Anti-Gay
The Los Angeles Unified School District has denied a request by Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution to film at a local high school, and has banned all reality TV shows from shooting in schools. [Hollywood Reporter]
A Finnish group that calls itself the Food Liberation Army has "kidnapped" a statue of Ronald McDonald and posted a video on YouTube of it with a bag over its head. [Digital Spy]
Research shows that the 5 million children in the United States with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder could be treated with a change in diet. [CNN]
Think Chick-fil-A is the only anti-gay food company out there? It turns out Domino's, Brown-Forman, which owns Jack Daniel's, and Coors are also not flying the rainbow flag. [OC Weekly]
Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A owners are fighting back against liberal groups, who are protesting their endorsement of anti-gay campaigns. [Salon]
Performance artist Alison Knowles is staging a series of lunches at the MOMA cafeteria twice a week through February 11. [NY Times]
Munson Diner, the Hell's Kitchen diner that was moved to the Catskills six years ago as part of an effort to save it, needs saving again. [NY Times]
Le Cirque owner Sirio Maccioni's three sons are apparently big fans of Artichoke Basille's Pizza. They recently visited the pizzeria and grilled staff on secret ingredients. [NY Post]
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