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Foodie Fridays Hosted by The City of Menifee

Getting to know the local community one bite at a time.
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Gianluca Canseco

On the first Friday of each month, March through October, the city of Menifee teams up with Mt. San Jacinto College to put on a food festival called “Foodie Fridays.” This event includes unique food vendors, local businesses, and live entertainment.

The most recent “Foodie Friday” was held on Apr. 26th and included a wide range of food, from coffee and pastries to Mexican and Asian food. Ensuring there was something for everyone’s palate. Within the rows of food vendors, the middle row had a big section with live music dedicated to tables and chairs where people could stand or sit and enjoy the entertainment.

Gianluca Canseco

Besides the local food vendors, there were also local businesses selling a variety of jewelry, little 3D-printed figurines, and much more. In addition to all the merchandise, there were bounce houses and a small train to ensure the little citizens of Menifee also had a good time. 

To get more involved in the local community, support local businesses, and independently-run eateries at this event visit here. The next “Foodie Friday” is held on May 3rd from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Menifee Mt. San Jacinto College campus. 

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Mia Rotell, Writer
Hi! My name is Mia Rotell and I am a writer and editor for The Talon! I'm going on my second year at MSJC and my second semester at The Talon. I'm extremely passionate about writing and storytelling, which makes me put my all into my pieces and always on the lookout for a story to cover. I'm currently a Journalism major and plan on getting my bachelor's degree in Journalism and Media Communications. My ultimate goal is to be an editor at a major publication like TIME Magazine or one that highlights people/ events of different cultures and backgrounds. Outside my articles, I like to read, write, do yoga, paint, travel, and collect old books.
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Gianluca Canseco, VP and Managing Editor / Writer / Photographer
Hello! My name is Gianluca Canseco. I am working on transferring to (Hopefully) UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. This is my second year at MSJC and my second year as a part of the Talon Student Newspaper. I came to the Talon to improve my writing skills to become a full-time author. Maybe move to New York, who knows? I mainly write local news and, to push me out of my comfort zone, I interview a lot of staff and locals. I like to say I’m a people writer because I’m so intrigued by everyone’s stories and aspirations, so I hope this will translate well into my own books. As of right now, I live a pretty busy life. When I get the chance I like to paint, work out, and read. My favorite book is “Less Than Zero” by Bret Easton Ellis. Fun fact: I love primates. I would’ve been an anthropologist if my love for writing wasn’t greater. 
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