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A conversation with Alicia Kennedy.
Alicia Kennedy wears many hats. A food and drink writer from Long Island—now based in San Juan, where she’s covering the local culinary scene—Alicia’s written for NYLON, The New Republic, Time, and the Village Voice, to name just a few. She also hosts Meatless, a podcast on meat consumption and culture, and currently writes a weekly newsletter on the goings-on of good media.
Mentioned in this episode:
Alicia's newsletter: https://aliciakennedy.substack.com/
The JBA talk between Tunde Way and John T: https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/recordingView?webinarKey=7172502883044897296®istrantEmail=kimseverson%40gmail.com
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Meant To Be Eaten, Coral Lee, food, author, talk, radio, Alicia Kennedy, drink, writer, NYLON, The New Replublic, Time, the Village Voice, consumption, culture