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Free Tix to Fed Up Documentary; A Benefit at Beast

FOOD ON FILM— The Kate Couric-produced obesity documentary Fed Up (watch a preview here) doesn't premiere until May 9, but Slow Food Portland has arranged a free preview screening at NW's Cinema 21 on Monday, April 28. Tickets are complimentary but must be pre-reserved here; following the screening, SFO and the Curriculum of Cuisine program director Maggie Michaels will lead a panel discussion. [EaterWire]

NORTHEAST— Chef Naomi Pomeroy will hold a benefit for Salem, Oregon's GeerCrest Farm, a non-profit organization that educates kids about farm life. The multi-course dinner, limited to 24 seats, is scheduled for Monday, April 28; reservations are $250 and available by calling 503-841-6968. [EaterWire]

BROOKLYN— SE's recently revamped Brooklyn House has launched lunch service, now available Wednesday through Sunday starting at noon. Co-owner Erica Litzner notes the lunch — not breakfast — menu features sandwiches, salads, and pastas, all of which are dedicated gluten- and soy-free. [EaterWire]

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