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Capitulo Tres: Empresa Pequeña
A story about what it takes to thrive as a microbusiness. Things aren’t always easy for a husband and wife team working together side by side, 7 days a week to feed an emerging neighborhood. But like everything else, you get out what you put in. In this episode they talk about what has worked, and what has failed. And what it takes to build a thriving business, together.
Capitulo Dos: Foodways
A story about neighborhoods, and ingredients and "progress." Southwest Atlanta is a historically black neighborhood with limited access to appropriate foodways. But the times, they are a changing. With the rise of Atlanta’s BeltLine project, and the forthcoming developments throughout the West End, the question for the neighborhood’s future is simple: How do we pioneer the lifting of a neighborhood, without destroying its soul in the process?
Capitulo Uno: Pupusas
A story about Latin traditions, brought to America. It was a long strange trip that brought Jeannette Flores-Katz from her small town in El Salvador to the big city in San Francisco. That’s where she met her future husband, Kenneth Katz. Today the pair are the proprietors of La Bodega, a pioneering establishment at The Met in Atlanta. La Bodega is a window where fresh ingredients with a Latin flair are available in the food desert of the West End. Meet the pair, and get to know their little shop at the edge of an emerging neighborhood.
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