BC Food & Beverage Industry Networking Event Returns

BC Food & Beverage Industry Networking Event Returns

CANADA, September 24 – Members of the British Columbia food and beverage industry will come together at the Every Chef Needs a Farmer, Every Farmer Needs a Chef event in the fall and winter. “This event is a great opportunity for chefs to meet the people in our agriculture and food industry and learn more … Read more

State and labor officials seek ‘culture change’ to improve mental health in construction industry

State and labor officials seek 'culture change' to improve mental health in construction industry

With decades of experience in the trades, DeShon Leek understands firsthand the dark side that comes with working in the construction industry. Leek, who serves as the Southeast region representative for the Michigan Construction and Building Trades Councilhas seen many cases of workers struggling with mental health issues, even during boom times like the one … Read more

Canucks accepts challenge to change culture and accepts Patrik Allvin’s plan

Canucks accepts challenge to change culture and accepts Patrik Allvin's plan

VANCOUVER – With self-improvement, as with many things, it’s easier to promise something than to deliver. How many New Year’s resolutions have failed to survive January? Or New Year’s Eve? But as for Vancouver Canucks general manager Patrik Allvin’s mission this season to have the players elevate the culture by working every day to put … Read more

Joe Biden’s claims on inflation, jobs and pandemic in ’60 Minutes’ interview draw scrutiny

Joe Biden's claims on inflation, jobs and pandemic in '60 Minutes' interview draw scrutiny

President Biden was criticized Monday for downplaying decades-high inflation and other problems during a “60 Minutes” interview, with critics accusing the president of being out of touch with economic reality. Inflation During the formal interview, Biden insisted that the monthly inflation rate had “barely” increased. “We’re in a position where, over the last couple of … Read more

Kentucky woman enters new career after boating accident

Kentucky woman enters new career after boating accident

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Last September, WKYT’s Amber Philpott brought you the story of a Russell Springs woman who survived a horrific boating accident on Lake Cumberland over Labor Day weekend. María Fuentes was saved thanks to a mysterious kayaker she met. In the last year, Fuentes has had to overcome the loss of a … Read more

A fallen entrepreneur reunites with the community she left behind on ‘Fabulation’

A fallen entrepreneur reunites with the community she left behind on 'Fabulation'

As a director, Cox’s elegant work on Gloucester Stage Company’s “Tiny Beautiful Things” earned her an Elliot Norton Award from the Boston Theater Critics Association this year. She now stars as a high-flying, high-powered New York publicist who makes a crashing but revealing landing in Lynn Nottage’s “Fabulation or, The Re-Education of Undine” at Boston’s … Read more