Honoring and Celebrating Juneteenth and Pride Month

With panels, performances and parties around New York City, June can be an opportunity to reflect and to appreciate community.

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Netflix’s ‘High on the Hog’ Renewed for Second Season

The show, hosted by the food writer Stephen Satterfield, traces the origins of African American food.

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The Profound Significance of ‘High on the Hog’

A new limited series on Netflix is a nuanced celebration of African Americans and their food. It is also sorely overdue.

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Martha Lou Gadsden, Soul-Food Matriarch, Dies at 91

For 37 years she stirred the pot at Martha Lou’s Kitchen in Charleston, S.C., a modest restaurant that became known as a temple for Low Country cuisine.

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