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New Interim Director at Café Reconcile, Treme Benefit Announced, and More

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CENTRAL CITY?Non-profit lunch spot Café Reconcile, which specializes in job and life skills training for at-risk youth, has announced its new interim director. Restaurant consultant Glen Armantrout is replacing Sister Mary Lou Specha, who left at the beginning of this year. [EaterWire]

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT?My Darlin' New Orleans, the annual benefit associated with HBO's Treme, will take place on March 31 this year. No food or music details are out yet, though. And speaking of Treme, while shooting will be done in May, this show itself won't premier until this fall. [TP]

CITYWIDE?In more non-profit news, chef John Besh's Besh Foundation is doubling the number of culinary scholarships it offers. In the second year of its Chefs Move initiative, the Foundation is offering scholarships to the French Culinary Institute in New York City for both culinary arts and pastry arts. [TP]

Cafe Reconcile

1631 Oretha C Haley Boulevard, New Orleans, LA 70113 (504) 568-1157

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