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Volcano Roll

If you have the unfortunate taste aversion to fish like me then you understand the frustration associated with everyone’s obsession with sushi. I feel like it swam out of the ocean and hit the world’s trendesphere (another new word) overnight and hasn’t decided to jump back into the water since. 249 more words

Blog

Eating my way around America - Kentucky edition

Wowzah! I’ve fallen seriously behind on updates lately. I landed in Edinburgh two days ago and have several wee journeys to write about. So, I’ll start with Lexington. 1,203 more words

Travel

Cyberbullying - do you need coverage?

We wrote last week about LexElite’s highly customizable Homeowners Insurance.  One of the most notable endorsements available is CyberSafety coverage, which provides liability coverage with limits up to $250k for cyberbullying claims, including claims of negligence in supervision. 99 more words

Insurance

March Madness Kentucky Style: Visit Lexington

March Madness Kentucky Style

It’s March Madness – that’s college basketball season to the rest of the world – and there is no place in the world better for lovers of college basketball than Lexington, Kentucky!   684 more words

Travel

Dianna and Ryan, Graylyn Estates Engagement Photography in North Carolina

What a fun engagement photography shoot today at Gralyn Estates with Dianna and Ryan!! Spring came a little late this year, but luckily we got a spot of good weather.  47 more words

Winston Salem

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council Proposes Minimum Wage Increase

By Courtney Ross Samford

Last week, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council joined a growing list of U.S. cities and local governments that are considering an increase in the minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per hour. 202 more words

Employment Law

The Most Fateful Decision of April 19, 1775

Lord Hugh Percy, the 2nd Duke of Northumberland and holding the rank of brigadier general commanded the relief brigade that was ordered out from Boston by Sir Thomas Gage after Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith had sent back a messenger asking for reinforcements. 805 more words

Emerging Civil War