Their nighttime tours to find edible items among what restaurants and grocery stores have discarded fill their pantries—and raise the question of whether a larger solution to hunger lies in reducing food waste.
It’s always odd to have a note duct-taped to your door, and even odder when it’s not about your car blocking someone’s driveway. So it was quite strange to find this morning that someone had taken issue with the “Welcome Refugees” sign we’ve had posted inside our porch for a couple weeks.
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