Burning Couches, Sorghum Interview, Wagner’s Pharmacy, Grants for Lexington Food, The Great Coffee Wars, & More! In the Weekly Miscellany
Old Faithful: Louisville’s Wagner’s Pharmacy
Lexington Farmer’s Market has its spring kick-off this Saturday (April 4) at Cheapside and Sunday (April 5) on Southland Drive.
What madness is this? “Austin [Texas] City Council members debated a plan Thursday to put restrictions on smoke from barbeque restaurants.”
“The nonprofit North Limestone Community Development Corp. will get a $550,000 grant to help turn a former Greyhound bus station into a public market and local food hub focused on the surrounding neighborhood.”
Trouble Was Brewing In 1674: The Women’s Petition Against Coffee & The Men’s Answer. I’m absolutely #teammen on this one.
“Whole Foods does not condone the burning of couches.”: Lexington’s Whole Foods Market is selling burning couch cakes in honor of UK’s NCAA Tournament Run. My neighbor has a couch out on the street, but the cake may be safer. (photo via @lexingtonkycom)