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Grubwithus Offers Chance to Dine with Famous Vegans

The social networking site has launched a month-long calendar of events with well-known vegetarians and vegans.

Vegans in more than five US cities will soon have a chance to dine with some of the movement’s most impressive athletes, authors, and activists. Grubwithus, an online community focused on bringing people together to dine, is hosting dinners with famous vegetarians in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and other cities as part of the site’s Veg Month, which will take place throughout January. Upcoming meals include Main Street Vegan author Victoria Moran (New York City); Gene Baur, president of Farm Sanctuary (Washington, DC). You can check out the full Grubwithus Veg Month calendar and sign up for events on its website.

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