Tuesday’s Middletown Food Not Bombs appeal hearing at the Dept. of Public Health and the breakfast/demonstration on the street beforehand was covered in CT News Junkie and on the Hartford Courant‘s front page Wednesday. (I’m wondering why the Courant puts “sharing” in scare quotes in nearly every article they write about FNB. Anyone have ideas on that?)FNB also got into the conversation several times on WNPR’s Where We Live, which was coincidentally about food waste. The story has been covered in blogs like Wesleying and Wasted Food. An op-ed by Barbara Ehrenreich in the New York Times mentions the Middletown case as an example of how poverty is increasingly criminalized. And don’t forget to check out Adam Quinn’s commentary piece, “Walking Past the Hungry,” here at HartfordIMC.