Some know “buttermilk” as the slightly sour liquid left behind after butter has been churned. Others? Southern goodness. And for one Southerner, buttermilk represents something much more — a philosophy that nothing should go to waste.
For many, Las Vegas begins and ends on the “Strip.” Even those who give the city a chance beyond the bachelorette parties and work conferences don’t stay long — Las Vegas has historically been considered one of the most transient cities in the U.S.
As a patient at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, days are filled with a lot of rules, from strict medicine schedules to countless doctor appointments. But on a recent Saturday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, there were only two rules that really mattered.
At Chick-fil-A’s Atlanta headquarters, foam is being used for more than insulating drinks. Inside the company’s 35,000-square-foot warehouse preparations are being made for Chick-fil-A’s continued urban expansion into big cities and the small, retrofitted buildings that come with doing business in places like New York City and Chicago.
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