The one aspect of his story that seems most out of place is the wildlife science part, which he explains it in midlife crisis terms. “There I was, turning 40 and I’d already been in the food business for half my life,” he says. “Early on I’d thought about a career in wildlife biology or something like that, and I knew I wouldn’t be content until I got the degree I’d always wanted.
Being able to stop by a local diner, feeling a sense of community and passing by unique landmarks on the way to work are some of the pleasures of living in a close knit area. Neighborhoods are more than collections of houses, and we’re beginning to see stories about the changes they’re going through due to the economy and worldwide news. SlickNick’s strolls through Rochester, New York, have been simple, yet powerful, reminders of how macro affects micro.
We just need to open our eyes and SEE. Everything in this world is subject to change. The only constant in this world is change; continuous change. Back to the new store that is being finished, it reported to be Annick Goutal first in the United States. Until now the brand (now owned by Amore Pacific) has been available through luxury stores like Barneys and Bergdorf (though we vaguely remember a Madison Avenue shop sometime in the 1990s). The store is expected to open in the Spring and is promising special Grand Opening invitations for those who log on to the Annick Goutal website or scan the QR code on the store front door (pictured at left)It has been a quiet time in the Sample Sale Cycle around the city, with a few events here and there, but not the kind of concentrated activity we had been seeing previously.
We are currently studying natural alternatives to current cancer therapies to determine if they are safe and effective against cancerous cells. Natural health products are being studied to assess their selective anti cancer properties by examining their efficacy against cancerous models. This project aims to test the anti cancer effects of olive leaf and peppermint on Non Hodgkin Lymphoma cells, to determine the series of biological events that occur following treatment with these two extracts (both in combination and individually), and assess whether or not these extracts are toxic to non cancerous cells.
Lissie Daniel is survived by eight children: Shirley Harlow of Frankfort KY, Austin (Becky) Daniel of Franklin TN, David Daniel of Bowling Green KY, James (Kelly) Daniel of Bowling Green KY, Joe (Connie) Daniel of Bowling Green KY, Mark (Penny) Carter of Bowling Green KY, John (Carla) Daniel of Bowling Green KY, and Larry (Sandy) Borden of Bowling Green, KY. Lissie is also survived by 16 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. She also has 2 sisters: Elizabeth Gudgell of Maysville, KY and Virginia Mullins of Dayton, OH, one brother: John (Juanita) Mulberry of Sadieville, KY, one brother in law: Harold James of Georgetown, KY along with nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends and her beloved dog Jasper..