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A.L.S. Benefit at Hearth; Fresh Off The Boat Trailer

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EAST VILLAGE — On Monday, September 23rd, Hearth will host a special dinner to benefit A Life Story Foundation, which is an organization dedicated to the fight against A.L.S. Marco Canora will be joined by Michael Symon, Andrew Carmellini, Seamus Mullen, Michael Anthony, Claudia Fleming, and Siobhan DeCarlo for this seven-course meal. Tickets are $325, and wine service is included in the price. Check out more information here. [EaterWire]

FOOD MEDIASeason two of Eddie Huang's web show Fresh Off the Boat premieres on September 30. Vice released a trailer today, and it looks darker and more cinematic than season one. In the clip, the Baohaus restaurateur explains: "Season two of Fresh Off the Boat is about cities in transition, and the wreckage that capitalism leaves behind." Huang visits Detroit, New York London, Moscow, Mongolia, and China over the course of the season. [EaterWire]

EATER BOOK CLUBJames Beard Award-winning writer Brett Martin has signed a deal with Crown to publish Fuck You, Eat This. The book will be a "narrative account of the creative revolution taking place in modern restaurants and the rise of the celebrity chef." It will specifically look at chefs who came out of Daniel Boulud's restaurants, like David Chang and Andrew Carmellini. [Eater National]

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