Having always been a fan of the old Speed Museum, I was understandably excited at the prospect of seeing the new, improved Speed Museum. The $60 million renovation, which doubled the museum’s square footage and tripled its gallery space, necessitated its closure for three years.
High temperatures can cause a dangerous reaction called hyperthermia, commonly known as heat stroke. It is important to recognize the signs of hyperthermia, and seek medical attention if you or someone in your care shows symptoms.
Packing up the kids for a road trip can be difficult. Making sure they are stocked with things to do to keep them occupied can be a tough battle on its own. If car sickness, a common type of motion sickness, is thrown into the equation, road trips can be even more of a struggle.
Once mainly the tool of chefs and caterers, sous vide cooking has come out of the restaurant and into the home kitchen. Many are embracing sous vide (pronounced sue-veed), which uses a low-temperature water bath to cook food sealed in an air-free bag, maintaining flavor and nutrition.
The annual Lexington Pride Festival took place at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington on Saturday, June 25, 2016. The event promotes awareness for the LGBTQ community. Participants were invited to come out for a celebration of equality, love and self-expression.
Until a new law was passed this spring, it was against the law in Ohio — along with many other states — for firefighters or paramedics to provide basic first aid to dogs and cats rescued from house fires, car accidents or other crisis situations. Only licensed veterinarians could do that.
Using pasture-raised chickens from Danville, peaches from Hazel Green and squash from Falkville, cooks concocted dishes spotlighting local ingredients. Served on rustic wooden tables at the al fresco farmers market in downtown Decatur, the dinner represents an ever-growing trend of farm-to-table eating embraced by epicureans across the nation.