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Newsletter Apr 03, 2018

The weather is getting colder and winter is on its way, but there are still opportunities to enjoy Berea’s natural beauty and outdoor events! Hike to a frozen waterfall at Anglin Falls or enjoy holiday shopping in the Artisan Village and on College Square.

​Originally published by Preserve Cast

In Berea, Kentucky, the local government has taken stock of the town’s historic artistry and crafting traditions, decided to invest, and the craziest part? It seems to be working. Mayor Steven Connelly joined Nick to share some of the unique history...

Visit Berea!  Jan 06, 2018

​This video was produced as a cinematic short that tells the story of Berea, designed to enhance awareness of all Berea has to offer - arts, music, history, outdoor adventure and more.

Local shop owners, artisans, educators and business people spoke about their pride in the community,...

Originally published by Fast Company Article written by: Courtney Balestier

On a bright August morning in Berea, Kentucky, Herb & Willow, a tranquil coffee shop and local arts market, is sunny and quiet. From behind the counter, Senora Childers, 25, chats with Jesse Fowler, 22, who sits...

Written by Beverly Fortune Originally posted in LexGo

The Native Bagel Co. had been open five days, and Lisa Caldwell Reiss was there for a second time, bringing her friend Loretta Reynolds.

“They’re delicious,” Caldwell-Reiss said, breaking off a piece of a...

By: Destiny Calhoun Originally posted in The Pinnacle

If you love eating food but hate breaking the bank on eating out your concern may be addressed by the new restaurant in town, Noodle Nirvana. Noodle Nirvana is a new startup by Mae Suramek ‘95, and offers...

Mae Suramek spent years doing good. Now she’s cooking well and doing good at the same time. After graduating from Berea College, Suramek served in the Americorps Program, at a Lexington domestic violence shelter, at a refugee resettlement center in Raleigh, and in human rights advocacy for city...