Marksbury Farm started in 2011 with the idea that local food is best when animals are raised in one place and on grassy pastures. Using the ideas of animal behaviorist Temple Grandin, Marksbury uses humane slaughter practices, breaks down its meat on site and supplies local-food restaurants in Lexington and Louisville.
Chef Dan Wu of Lexington, the Lexingtonian who appeared on TV’s “MasterChef” and has worked for years on “The Culinary Evangelist” podcast talking about food, is about to open his first restaurant in the food hall at The Summit at Fritz Farm.
Most internet users are used to targeted Google ads following them around the internet. Those new speakers you were scoping from Best Buy? An ad for them now miraculously appears on your local newspaper’s site as you read the headlines, a subtle reminder you definitely need the ability to play Despacito with appropriate bass levels.
When Krishna Regmi started work as a personal care aide for a Pittsburgh home health agency in 2015, he was given a stack of paperwork to sign. "They just told us, 'It's just a formality, sign here, here, here,'" he said.