Changing Appetites 

In a city filled with abundant healthy options, a third of the city is stranded in a stark food desert. Here's how things are starting to change.

On a quiet weekday morning, Fattah Muhammad drinks coffee at the McDonald's in the center of South Side Plaza while laying out a vision of crisis and doom. It doesn't involve the Pale Rider wreaking havoc in the parking lot. There's…

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