“Neonosh is a creative tea nosh with a focus on safe meals, emergent culture, and social music. Neonosh Pittsburgh promotes community food security through co-created communications, resilience support for families, and artfully sustainable food systems.
Neonosh Pittsburgh host Max Morris shares her notes each week via digital publication or Internet radio broadcast, with support from Gut Media, Intuitive Public Radio, and Bridge Family Group.
Neonosh itself is a mezze meal offering many different small plates — ambient audio samples, community commentary, bitesize PDF zines.
Neonosh gatherings (shared meals) are pre-recorded with collaboratively produced multimedia content, sometimes broadcast live. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts, creations, food, art, or music; taste a little something new; discover what nourishes you.”
“Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!” Do you remember this, too?
The first “Hello world!” and then the second, twenty-second, or hundred-and-second repetition for an explorer learning to set up WordPress installations is meaningfully ambient. The ambient meaning exudes: This is a world in which you can build something — say something — change something — become something new.
How long did we ever pause to wonder if this were true?
As we have digested our lives, we’ve found the components we’re digesting to be something frequently different from what we thought we’d be digesting, Sometimes we have eaten one another’s lives and never knew we were doing it. (Sometimes, we did know. What was the difference? How could a person tell?)
In our digests, we want to be kinder. We notice the ingredients that strip our souls out through brittle bones of aching chests and we notice when food, family, and community make us stronger. We feel when there is healing amidst us; we feel when we are being wasted away.
Meeting challenges with courage, creating resilience together, more than ever, we get to choose.