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  • Farmers find a new life in cheese

    CHESTER SPRINGS, Pa. Sue Miller loves hanging out in her cheese cave. "Sometimes I get attached to certain wheels of cheese," said Miller, co-owner of Birchrun Hills Farm, a dairy farm about 30 miles outside Philadelphia. "And my husband says, 'You know,...
  • Whole Foods Market to open Feb. 11 in Davie

    Whole Foods Market to open Feb. 11 in Davie
    The Whole Foods Market store that has been on Peters Road in Plantation for nearly 20 years will move to Davie this month. The store will open Feb. 11 at 1903 S. University Drive and will be bigger than the Plantation shop. It will feature The...
  • Health issue sidelines alderman in 16th Ward campaign

    Health issue sidelines alderman in 16th Ward campaign
    In the only City Council race that pits two sitting aldermen against one another, one candidate has been sidelined by an undisclosed health issue. Ald. JoAnn Thompson, 16th, is in the hospital after what her campaign would describe only as "a scheduled...
  • Weekend guide: The Kids are all right

    Weekend guide: The Kids are all right
    Much like the genesis of his band’s debut album, a conversation with Kids vocalist and bassist Joshua Diaz is a series of twists and turns, paths he’s been down before, and unfamiliar ones that come with the territory of publicizing a new...
  • Meet Tommy Lansaw

    Meet Tommy Lansaw
    TOMMY LANSAW 26, Lakeview Behind the bar: Wednesdays-Saturdays at Wood in Boystown Bartending bio: Originally from Cincinnati, Tommy's first break in bartending came while working for an herb and spice business at a local farmers market. Molly...
  • Baltimore County Council OKs zoning bill for Towson Row

    Baltimore County Council OKs zoning bill for Towson Row
    The Baltimore County Council on Tuesday paved a smoother path for Towson Row, a proposed $350 million mixed-use redevelopment project on York Road. Council members unanimously approved a bill allowing the county's permits director to grant Towson Row...
  • Iron Chef visits Lincoln Hall to promote 'wellness day'

    Iron Chef visits Lincoln Hall to promote 'wellness day'
    Chef Mario Rizzotti, a judge on the Food Network show, "Iron Chef America," stopped by Lincoln Hall School last week to host a prep talk on healthy eating as part of the school's annual "wellness day." Students in sixth through eighth grades at the...
  • Annapolis firm and Panasonic look to electronic shelf labels to revolutionize in-store shopping

    Annapolis firm and Panasonic look to electronic shelf labels to revolutionize in-store shopping
    The head of an Annapolis-based advertising firm that works with top consumer brands is betting the next breakthrough in electronics won't be in smart phones or televisions. Instead, Compass Marketing CEO John White believes the next frontier is the...
  • Palm Beach Outlets ready to celebrate first anniversary

    Palm Beach Outlets ready to celebrate first anniversary
    Palm Beach Outlets — Palm Beach County's only outlet center — will turn 1 year old on Valentine's Day. The outlet center will mark the milestone with a cake-eating contest, gifts for 25 mothers with a baby born last Valentine's Day, free...
  • Lori Borgman: Now leading the Kale Rebellion

    I have a rebellious streak. I admit it. Recently my rebellious streak has been focused on kale. I'm sick of hearing about kale. Kale soup, kale salad, kale smoothies, roasted kale, steamed kale. Kale Jell-O. Kale Pop-Tarts. OK, there's no kale Jell-O...
  • Commercial real estate: A new race for space

    An improving national economy lifted Lane County's commercial real estate market in 2014, spurring investors to scoop up a variety of properties, from office and bank buildings in downtown Eugene to medical clinics in Creswell. It also sent both new,...