These exhibits are food for thought

Table for Ten collaboration covers all aspects of eating, from soup to nuts

Joseph Krupczynski and the “Movable Feast’’ food cart. Joseph Krupczynski and the “Movable Feast’’ food cart. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Jan Ellen Spiegel
Globe Correspondent / October 20, 2010

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HOLYOKE — Given the fundamental truth that eating isn’t optional, it may be that a nearly yearlong, multiple-museum series of exhibits on food is a perfect everyman topic. Or, considering the amount of time and effort we already spend dealing with food every day, overkill. The 10-museum consortium in western Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley known as Museums10 is banking on the ... (Full article: 728 words)

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