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What’s New With Martha’s Table? The local institution’s new leader talks about its recent changes.

Martha’s Table, which has long provided food and education for DC families that need help, has undergone a lot of changes lately, including a new headquarters near the Anacostia Community Museum in Southeast and a new CEO, Kim Ford. We talked to Ford—a Sidwell Friends alum and former Obama White House staffer—about what the nonprofit is up to.

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Sips & Suppers Created a Weekend of Feasting for Washington Foodies (Photos)

If it’s true that humans need to eat more in the depths of winter for warmth, then over this past weekend the city’s gourmet class were nicely fortified for the frigid days ahead.

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Sunday Night Suppers: Alice Waters and Joan Nathan Pop In at the Purdum-Myers Party

It was a foodie fantasy in the Palisades last night, where Todd Gray and Spike Gjerde conjured up a wintertime feast to benefit Martha’s Table and DC Central Kitchen.

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Feast for a Cause

Sarah and Bob Nixon hosted a benefit with celebrity guest chefs for DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table.

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Volunteer: Participate With Your Children

One of the most important—and challenging—tasks you face as a parent is to instill values in your child. Volunteering with your child is a great way to do that. But to be successful, you’ll want to pick service projects where your kids can make a difference and understand the issues at stake.

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