Our March potluck featured Arianna Sikorski, founder of Taste My Culture, and third-generation holder of a 100+ year-old Alaskan sourdough starter. Ariana travels the world exploring cultural heritage through taste. From the heights of Machu Picchu to the geothermal waters of Iceland, she and her sourdough starter continue to explore and live as a catalyst for scientific discovery, cultural exchange, culinary experimentation, artistic adventure, and, ultimately, a sensory experience of Alaskan history. Continue reading
The March potluck was a return to our movie night as we screened the film Captain Fantastic. Captain Fantastic tells the story of a father devoted to raising his six kids with a rigorous physical and intellectual education being forced to leave his paradise and enter the world, beginning a journey that challenges his idea of what it means to be a parent. The film raises many themes which Weston A. Price members can relate to, such as living off the grid in the wilderness, foraging, hunting, and growing your own food, and homeschooling while living in a world that is capitalistic and consumeristic. Continue reading
For our February potluck, we were excited to host Oram Miller, a certified building biology environmental consultant and electromagnetic radiation specialist. Oram, who is the Director of Learning and Development for the Institute for Bau-biologie and Ecology, shared his in depth knowledge of the current 4G networks and what the projected plans and timeline for the 5G rollouts were. Continue reading
Our first chapter potluck of the new year was devoted to the festive holiday that occurs the beginning of every February known as Super Bowl Sunday. Growing up in Cleveland, I’ve been a lifelong Browns fan. This past year, the Browns finally showed some promise and could be Super Bowl material in the years to come. But despite not being in the playoffs for a long time now, I still always enjoy watching the Super Bowl no matter what team is in it.