Media Lines Up For Healthy Serving of “To Live and Dine in L.A.”
June 19th 2015
MFAction teamed up with The Library Foundation of Los Angeles on its “To Live and Dine In L.A.” project to bring awareness to the Los Angeles Public Libraries cultural exhibits and position it as a trusted places of information, learning, and inspiration. The project includes a book and an exhibit that tackles the timely and critically important topic of food justice, showing how vintage menus can serve as documents that go beyond the table, acting instead as guides to the politics, economics, and sociology of eating. Utilizing the strong media relationships that MFAction has built over the years, the campaign has been an unprecedented success. Media love the project and want more!
To date, the project has been featured in outlets including The New Yorker, Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Bon Appétit, NPR, Yahoo! and more. There are exciting press developments still in the pipeline so keep your eyes peeled.
Here’s a snapshot of what’s been published thus far. To read The New Yorker article that features the “To Live and Dine in L.A.” exhibit, click here: “Chronicling Los Angeles History, Menu By Menu”