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A Note on the INDY’s New Food Calendar 

While The INDY curates calendars brimming with user-submitted listings and editorial copy for music, art, stage, page, and screen, our food calendars have been relegated to a sporadic feature tucked inside our other food coverage, Food to Go, which highlights a few events we've heard about. No more.

At a time when the Triangle's food scene is active and growing, we decided we need a food calendar that's as robust and reader-responsive as our other calendars. Starting in next week's issue (or the week after, depending on how quickly the submissions roll in), we'll add a more comprehensive food calendar to the others in the back of the paper and on our website, combining reader-submitted listings of food, farm, and dining events with our takes on the must-go events of each week.

Those of you who submit other kinds of listings to us already know the drill. Send the name, date, time, location, and cost of the food event—with a very brief description and your contact info—in the body of an email to calendar@indyweek.com. (To be considered for editorial coverage, also cc our new food editor, Victoria Bouloubasis, at vbouloubasis@indyweek.com.) Or, even simpler, use our online submission form, which can be found along with full guidelines under the "Submit" tab at www.indyweek.com.

Bye-bye, intermittent Food to Go. Hello, weekly food calendars. We're going to do some wonderful eating together.

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