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14 December 2015
Lexington Market, in continuous operation since 1782, is among the largest and oldest public markets in the United States with nearly 100 vendors of fresh and prepared foods.  The Market is an institution on Baltimore’s West Side and a lynchpin of the city’s new Bromo Arts and Entertainment District, which brings together entrepreneurship, entertainment, culinary,...
5 October 2015
How did you first become connected to the world of food systems? I always had a fascination with how restaurants work. I got a job assisting a bookkeeper at a seafood restaurant in high school and loved everything about it. When I left my hometown of Islip, Long Island, and went to New York City...
5 October 2015
As you will have noticed if you are reading this on our new website, Karp Resources has changed its name to Karen Karp & Partners, or KK&P for short. The decision to change the firm’s name is the fitting conclusion to a recent review of our brand and clarification of our mission. One thing we...
7 August 2014
A couple of weeks ago I traveled to California for a combination of work and family activities. It was the first multiple-day trip since the reboot began, and I was interested to see how I could hold things—anything—up while on the road. Bookends of this trip were a few days at my sister Debra’s house...