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Congrats to Deal “Chopped” Champions

Congratulations to Alice Deal Middle School students Britney Rivera, Jennifer Villeda, and Zoe Walls who cooked up a winning dish on Saturday to become Chopped Champions. The three members of the Deal Cooking Club took part in the 3rd Annual Chopped Championship sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Tenleytown. After a year of preparation, including monthly cooking classes led by Whole Foods Healthy Eating

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Young Chefs to Square Off in Culinary Competition

Fans of reality TV cooking competitions won’t want to miss Tenleytown’s Chopped Championship. On Saturday, three teams will face off as Whole Foods Market transforms its produce section into an arena for a culinary showdown. The battle will have all the drama of its television inspiration, but spectators might notice one key difference. All the chefs are under 15. Don’t let their ages fool you, though. These kids know how to cook.

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Wilson HS Overwhelms Westboro with Love

Hundreds of Wilson High School students, faculty, community members and local leaders joined together this morning in an overwhelming display of love, tolerance, and respect. The demonstration was a counter to a protest organized by the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church. The notorious hate group targeted Wilson High School in response to the school’s second annual pride celebration in support of

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Stand with Wilson HS Against Westboro Intolerance

The anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church has targeted Wilson High School, planning to picket the school on Monday, June 9 in response to its 2nd Annual LGBTQ Pride Day. Westboro thrives on generating media attention. Let’s thwart them by shifting the focus with a large-scale, peaceful demonstration of support for Wilson and the LGBTQ community. Tenleytown is a wonderful, open, diverse community. Make that the story the media tells on Monday.

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