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“This is a story of transformation and growth—from crack pipes to glass art,” says Elisha Smith-Leverock, the director shining a spotlight on Jon Gray, co-founder of Bronx-based culinary collective Ghetto Gastro. Working at the intersection of food, design and culture, Gray calls himself ‘the dishwasher’—an unceremonious title that belies his part in disrupting the gourmet dining game.

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