Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775
Organization:
Gershman Y
Cost:
Program is free and open to the public. RSVP is required.visit whatisyourfoodworth.com or call 215-627-6747 x46.

Location

401 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Comment0
The Gershman Y is a vibrant arts and culture center located in Center City Philadelphia on the Avenue of the Arts. The Gershman Y’s mission is to be an urban community center informed by Jewish values that presents a broad array of arts, culture,

The Future of Food with Mark Bittman

March 13, 2013 7:30 PM-9:00 PM

Location: Congregation Rodeph Shalom. 615 North Broad Street

New York Times award-winning food writer Mark Bittman brings his searing insights to Philadelphia to address the question “What is Your Food Worth?” With equal attention to food production and consumption, he explains how eating a healthier and more socially conscience diet is better for the planet, whether you're concerned with your own body, public health, animal welfare, or the environment.

What Is Your Food Worth?, a two-year long conversation about food, ethics, sustainability and eating Jewish, represents a partnership among Temple University's Feinstein Center for American Jewish History, Congregation Rodeph Shalom, The Gershman Y, and the National Museum of American Jewish History.

Check out: http://www.jewishexponent.com/blog/join-new-york-times-award-winning-food-writer-on-march-13

 

More Events from Gershman Y

Mon. Mar 30
7:30 PM
Considered one of the most influential Jewish writers of the twentieth century, Isaac Bashevis Singer (best known for Yentl the Yeshiva Boy and Gimpel, The Fool) received
Tue. Mar 31
10:00 AM
There are many virtuous women in the Hebrew Bible — women, like Sarah, Hannah, Miriam, Avigail, Dvorah, and Esther, who behave as “moral agents,” interceding for good.
Mon. Apr 13
7:30 PM
In recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day, PJFF presents the powerful and moving true story of Anne Gueguen (Ariane Ascaride), a dedicated history teacher in a French public high school, who chan
Wed. Apr 15
12:00 PM
This series examines what it means to live a Jewish ethical life. We will analyze the ethical dilemmas that challenge us and force us to make critical decisions, despite competing values.
Mon. Apr 20
7:30 PM
THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, the second feature from award-winning Israeli writer-director Nadav Lapid, is a film for poets, philosophers, dreamers, and, perhaps most of all, cinema l

Browse the Calendar

Filter by Date
E.g., 2015-03-30
E.g., 2015-03-30
Advertisement

The Calendar

Mon. Mar 30
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
7:30 PM
Mon. Mar 30
Main Line Reform Temple
7:30 PM-9:00 PM

Subscribe To our E-Newsletter

Advertisement