Business Lexington November 2018

As Bluegrass Hospitality Group celebrates 20 years, its founders continue to expand on its most-promising concepts. Read more


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Tom Wilmes

As the federal prohibition on industrial hemp is poised to end, Lexington-based Kentucky Cannabis Company and its retail arm Bluegrass Hemp Oil (BHO) are leading the way with Kentucky-grown and -processed CBD products. Read more



Reggie Beehner

On Nov. 1, Shawn Courtney is slated to open Lexington’s first indoor hatchet-throwing venue, called Battle Axes, in the Distillery District. Read more



Michelle Aiello

As Fazoli’s celebrates 30 years, step inside the brand’s Lexington-based test kitchen to see how new menu items are created. Read more


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Theresa Stanley

Nipaporn “Kukie” Ruadrew first opened her restaurant, Jasmine Rice, in 2010. This August, eight years after the eatery opened its doors, Kukie paid off the last of her loan to become a debt-free business owner. Read more

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Father Jim Sichko has parlayed many of the skills he uses as a published author and priest—relationship building and public speaking among them—into running his new business, Miss Marie’s Spaghetti Sauce. Read more


Grammar Gourmet columnist Neil Chethik discusses the use of double negatives. Read more


Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders discusses Martyn R. Lewis' book “How Customers Buy… & Why They Don’t: Mapping and Managing the Buying Journey DNA.” Read more