Jumping off U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama’s mission to make American school lunches healthier, the Associated Press thought it’d be interesting to see exactly what sort of lunches are being served to kids around the world.
Earlier this week, the APsent photographers to schools in 13 different countries to check out what students ate for lunch. The results, not surprisingly, reveal a wide spectrum of foods and manners of serving them.
D.C.’s massive Woodner apartment building has lived many lives—from fancy hotel to one of the last bastions of affordable housing in a gentrifying neighborhood. Now, it’s on the brink of another change.