Jul. 24, 2016
By Rod Lee
If the work Founder and Chef Elaine Pusateri Cowan and her large family have put into readying UXLocale is any indication, the Blackstone Valley’s newest culinary destination is going to be a success.
As David Kmetz points out in a press release he prepared for her, Chef Elaine and a large contingent of relatives—“moms, uncles, aunts, all pushing 80 I might add, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, friends and... Read More
Jul. 24, 2016
By Amy Palumbo-LeClaire
Eric Mahoney, General Manager of AMF Auburn Lanes, has a bowling average of 227 and a business that’s scoring even higher. Elected into the Worcester County Bowling Association Hall of Fame in April, 2016 (for merit and service) AMF has up to thirty leagues designed for bowlers of all ages and ability levels.
“Every guest is treated like family here,” said Mahoney. “We get to know them on a first name... Read More
Jul. 19, 2016
By Magda Dakin
Perhaps man’s earliest hard beverage, mead has a rich history, and has been seeing a resurgence in recent years. Mead has a delicate, yet rich, taste that is made in the same way as wine, using honey instead of grapes or other fruits. Meaderies are classified as wineries and represent about 2.5% of all wineries in the US.
So if you’ve been watching the latest period TV show or thinking about what to drink at a... Read More