July 29, 2012 - 6:53pm
Lecture, panel discussion to examine origins and options for buying local
It’s a new kind of cattle drive. The locavore movement has taken off in a big way, with locally grown food and, often, small and/or organic farm origins holding great appeal for those interested in lowering their carbon footprint and avoiding many of the chemicals added to mass-produced produce and...
September 6, 2011 - 9:44am
A list of some things to do at the Kentucky State Fair that are fun for people who don't have anything to do with livestock, don't have kids, don't like country music, and generally don't think state fairs are fun.
Between the smell, the heat, and the mullets, some people aren’t County Fair people, and I can totally understand them. The Kentucky State Fair was my first fair because the Ohio State Fair is held in Columbus, and no one I ever knew in Cleveland cared enough to make the two-hour drive...
August 15, 2010 - 9:16pm
An fun and educational day at Locust Grove, August 22
The Slow Food movement is all about trying to preserve food traditions from the days before a family meal meant something from the microwave or McDonalds.