Wanna take a road trip?
I can't skip town and spend the weekend in Tucson, but if I could, I'd head straight for this: the Tucson Slow Food Film Festival, on January 12-14. There's a different theme at a different restaurant each night (with feature films to match). and Saturday afternoon has a packed lineup of food-related feature shorts and documentaries, plus a keynote speech on food politics by Dr. Marion Nestle of NYU. Sounds like a blast! I'd love to see something like this here in the Valley. Maybe our Slow Food peeps could join forces with No Festival Required...
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