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Marco Pierre White's Gallery Exhibit; Bareburger Expands to DC

Plus, the deadline looms for the UC Berkeley's Food Fellowships.

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Food and Farming Journalism FellowshipsLONDON— This month, the Little Black Gallery in London is hosting a show dedicated completely to chef Marco Pierre White's seminal 25-year-old cookbook, White Heat: According to a press release, photographer Bob Carlos Clarke's iconic White Heat images will be on display through March 10, with many photographs of White previously unpublished and unseen until now. More information here. [EaterWire]

WASHINGTON, DC— The New York-based organic burger chain BareBurger has made its expansion plans official: Eater DC reports the chain's long-awaited DC outpost has signed a lease for Dupont Circle. [EDC]

CALIFORNIA— The University of California Berkeley's School of Journalism is currently accepting applications for its Food and Farming Journalism Fellowships, aimed at post-graduates and professional journalists who are working on food-related stories. The Fellowship was co-created by writer Michael Pollan and the 11th Hour Project, and will grant $10,000 to 10 print and radio journalists. The application deadline is March 15, 2015; more information here. [EaterWire]

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