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Burning Couches, Sorghum Interview, Wagner’s Pharmacy, Grants for Lexington Food, The Great Coffee Wars, & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

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

What’s Cooking Now! interviews Ronni Lundy, author of the new book Sorghum’s Savor

Lexington Farmer’s Market has its spring kick-off this Saturday (April 4) at Cheapside and Sunday (April 5) on Southland Drive.

Where to Go and What to Eat For Easter Brunch 2015 in Louisville

What madness is this?Austin [Texas] City Council members debated a plan Thursday to put restrictions on smoke from barbeque restaurants.”

Lexington’s Bluegrass Farm to Table Wins a Federal Grant. (h/t Rona Roberts)

“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)

Whole Foods Couches

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