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Tix Still Available for Charleston Wine + Food 2015; Roy Choi's Apparel Line

And 'Eat This, Not That' launches a print magazine.

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CHARLESTON— The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival unleashed its full 2015 line-up in late August, but tickets are still available for some of the annual festival's marquee events (sorry, Sean Brock's "Signature Dinner" at McCrady's is among those sold out). Limited tickets are still available for the "Southern Betty Brunch" (featuring chefs Ashley Christensen, Vivian Howard, and Anne Quatrano), the Edmund's Oast Signature Dinner (featuring guest chef Andy Ricker of Pok Pok), and the Rye History of Charleston whiskey seminar. More information and tickets here. [EaterWire]

LOS ANGELES— Chef/provocateur Roy Choi has announced via Twitter that he's launching a "rolling" apparel line called "Baked Puns," featuring T-shirts and other merchandise inspired by "Roy's most ridiculous riffs on food, weed, and pop culture." Each item will be available in a limited edition, with proceeds going to charity, and the first item is a shirt/sweatshirt emblazoned with the phrase "Shit's Ahoy!" Proceeds for this particular piece will benefit 3 Worlds Cafe; snag one here. [@RidingShotgunLA]

MEDIA NEWS— Meredith Corp. (which publishes magazines like Every Day With Rachael Ray and Better Homes & Gardens) announced today it will launch a new title based on the Eat This, Not That! book series. The New York Times reports the quarterly magazine of the same name will hit newsstands tomorrow, in an initial circulation of 80,000 copies. In addition to health-conscious recipes, the publication will also feature "a guide for making smart decisions when dining at well-known restaurants." [NYT]

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