On Thursday, July 11th, from 7pm to 8:30pm, at Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. Seventh Street, explore the role of food in creating cultural identities and starting conversations. At WFAE’s Public Conversation: The Gathering Power of Food, Levine Museum’s historian Tom Hanchett will moderate a discussion focusing on how to preserve food’s gathering power even in today’s busy lifestyle. The panelists are Stephen Crotts, a Rock Hill artist and communal food enthusiast, and Amy Rogers, author and WFAEts Editor. You do need to register on the website. Also, enjoy food from food trucks across the street at Chow Down Uptown before or after. Chow Down Uptown runs from 5pm to 9pm, but it’s wise to get your food early before your favorites are sold out.
July 3, 2013 Food and Drink