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I’ve been so super busy trying to hustle up for tickets for my next Dishcrawl in Whiting, that I haven’t had the chance to share my Super Happy Dance news. The Goob is going to be on Vocalo.org’s Morning Amp show this Monday. Cue the double helping of awesome sauce. This is huge!
Being that I’m a huge fan, I can’t wait to speak with Brian and Molly. So, if you want to catch me-I’ll be on August 19th around 8:40am CST. We’ll be talking about Dishcrawl, NW Indiana’s foodie scene and my little ole blog. It’ll be a phone interview, which is fine because otherwise they may see me do this while talking with them. LOL!
Just as a side note, there are still tickets available for our latest culinary journey into Northwest Indiana. You can save 30% off tickets by using the code reddi. If you are in the neighborhood, please come by for a visit. We are going to videotaped by Dig the Dunes for an upcoming episode so we’d love to have you join us.
Monkeys Share Food to Build Their Social Networks: Scientists have thought for some time that sharing is only a human trait, developed to foster social interactions and conversations. But a new study by the journal PLOS ONE finds that bonobos (the monkey, not the clothing company) also share their food. There’s a catch, however: they prefer to share with strangers, rather than their monkey friends, in order to expand their social network (hey Facebook, give it a try). So next time you’re eating a bagel on the subway, hand someone a piece. You might make a new friend.
Molly will be friends with all bagel eaters.