How one indoor farm is changing how food is grown — and building a new future for Appalachia
Now the 35-year-old runs one of the largest indoor farming operations globally, growing row after row after row of tomatoes. "When we do something and we put our mind to it, we go massive," Webb told CBS News' Ben Tracy. Climate change is altering our weather patterns and changing where and how we grow our food. They can grow year-round and all night thanks to special grow lights that keep the 720,000 plants inside developing. He believes he and his team are building a new future for Appalachia.cbsnews.com
Look out, Labs: French bulldogs now 2nd most popular US dog
FILE - In this Feb. 16, 2015, file photo, a French bulldog competes at the Westminster Kennel Club show in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)NEW YORK – Could the French bulldog become America's favorite purebred pooch? Stocky and smush-faced, French bulldogs have their charms — at least in fans' eyes — but also their limitations. More than 98,300 Labs joined the AKC's registry last year, compared to about 66,500 French bulldogs. ___VIVE LA FRENCHIEWhen Labrador retrievers first topped the chart in 1991, French bulldogs ranked a distant 82nd.
The Dish: Chef Edy Massih on Lebanese roots, new shop
The Dish: Chef Edy Massih on Lebanese roots, new shop Born in Lebanon, chef Edy Massih said he'd like to be the Middle Eastern Martha Stewart. At 26, he appears to be on his way. From food to layout, Massih does it all. He speaks to Dana Jacobson about the latest venture he launched during the pandemic in his very own Brooklyn, New York neighborhood.cbsnews.com
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 2/14
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 2/14 Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Jim Axelrod interviews New York Times columnist Suleika Jaouad, who followed her nearly-four-year treatment for leukemia with a 15,000-mile road trip in search of healing. Plus: Mark Phillips sits down with actress Kate Winslet ("Ammonite"); David Pogue explores what goes into the making of a 21st century diamond; Rita Braver profiles Sarah McBride, the country's highest-ranking elected official who is transgender; Major Garrett outlines this week's historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump; Mo Rocca visits the final resting places of former presidents; Dr. Jon LaPook has a story of maintaining childhood wonder in the age of COVID; and Martha Stewart offers her recipes for a delicious Valentine's Day brunch.cbsnews.com
Amazon, Cadillac score with Super Bowl ads
NEW YORK – During this year's Super Bowl, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reigned supreme on the field. Overall, this year's crop of Super Bowl ads focused on light humor that strove to entertain and connect. Bud Light Seltzer LemonadeBud Light used lemons as a metaphor for everything that went wrong in 2020 to introduce its new Seltzer Lemonade. Michelob was likely hoping to drive people to repeat views online with the celebrity lookalikes, but during the fast-moving Super Bowl the conceit was confusing. With its first-ever Super Bowl ad, Scott's was looking to keep that momentum going, but the overstuffed ad ended up being distracting.
From 2009: Mo Rocca rocks his homemade hoodie
From 2009: Mo Rocca rocks his homemade hoodie Inspired by the plucky do-it-yourself seamstresses of "Little House on the Prairie," and by Etsy.com founder Robert Kalin (whose website sells homemade crafts and clothing), correspondent Mo Rocca set out to create and sew his own hoodie, with the help of designer R. Mackswell Sherman and the critical eye of crafts queen Martha Stewart. Fashion world, watch out! [Originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" March 29, 2009.]cbsnews.com
Indoor farming start-up with Martha Stewart on its board joins the SPAC craze to go public
An indoor farming start-up that heralds itself as the future of agriculture and has Martha Stewart on its board announced Tuesday it is going public through a reverse merger, the latest in a series of blank-check deals during the coronavirus pandemic. AppHarvest operates a 60-acre facility in Morehead, Kentucky, that it says is one of the world's largest high-tech greenhouses. The capital raised through the deal will be used to scale up AppHarvest's indoor farming facilities, according to a release. Webb defended the valuation, contending it reflects both the opportunity and the necessity for indoor farming in the world as it experiences the realities of climate change alongside a growing population. Stewart, appearing on "Squawk Box" alongside Webb, said she was motivated to join AppHarvest's board by its mission of environmental sustainability.cnbc.com
Under Trump, 'You're fired!' even greets federal prosecutors
Bharara had a snickering response to news that his successor as top federal prosecutor was stepping down from the job. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)NEW YORK Former Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara had a snickering response to news that his successor as top federal prosecutor was stepping down from the job. Doesn't sound like stepping down, Bharara tweeted soon after the announcement was made Friday night that Geoffrey S. Berman was out. He explained he was appointed by Manhattan federal judges and wouldn't budge until a successor was confirmed by Congress. A few months into his work, Manhattan judges appointed him permanently because Trump never formally nominated him.
B. Smith, model turned restaurateur and lifestyle guru, has died at 70
Smith died Saturday evening after battling early onset Alzheimer's disease, which she was diagnosed with in 2013. Her successful home products line was the first from a black woman to be sold at a nationwide retailer when it debuted in 2001 at Bed Bath & Beyond. In 1976, she became the second black model to be on the cover of Mademoiselle magazine, after Joli Jones in 1969. Some described Smith as a "black Martha Stewart," a comparison she said she didn't mind though she believed the two lifestyle mavens were quite different. She hosted the nationally syndicated television show "B. Smith with Style" for nearly a decade, which aired on NBC stations.cbsnews.com
Drake goes into business with Canadian cannabis firm
On Thursday, Aubrey Drake Graham, best known as hip-hop artist Drake, partnered with Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth to launch the More Life Growth Company cannabis producer in Graham's hometown of Toronto. Drake joins a surging wave of celebrities who have aligned themselves with the cannabis industry by selling products, joining corporate boards, or, in this case, creating a joint venture business. It made perfect sense that Snoop Dogg, actor Seth Rogen and even Snoop's pal Martha Stewart were venturing into the cannabis industry. Drake's arrangement with Canopy Growth does stand apart from most of the celebrity cannabis deals, which are mostly endorsements, minority investments or advisory roles. "Canadian cannabis brand development is difficult with restrictions specifically prohibiting utilizing celebrity names, and we believe Canopy is ceding a cash flow positive asset."
Martha Stewart's Style Advice for Inmate Felicity Huffman
Convicted felon Martha Stewart is giving advice in the wake of new footage showing Felicity Huffman in her prison garb. Stewart, who served five months in prison in 2004 after an insider-trading scandal, was asked about Huffman at a Vanity Fair event in Los Angeles Tuesday. Meanwhile, many are curious if prosecutors brought a new charge against Lori Loughlin because they're frustrated with the light sentence Huffman and others have received. RELATED STORIESIs Felicity Huffman Getting Special Treatment in Prison? Felicity Huffman Takes a Stroll in Her Prison Garb: Today on Inside EditionInside Felicity Huffman's 1st Day in Prison
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Fourteen bottled water brands are being recalled for fears of E. coli contamination, more Americans are covered by health insurance, and the Martha Stewart brand is being acquired. CBS News Moneywatch's Wendy Gillette joins CBSN with more on the day's business headlines.cbsnews.com
From the archives: Bill Geist channels Martha Stewart for Christmas
From the archives: Bill Geist channels Martha Stewart for Christmas Can just anyone decorate their home for the holidays as beautifully as Martha Stewart can? In this "Sunday Morning" report that first aired on December 22, 1996, correspondent Bill Geist attempts to find out. Beer cans help.cbsnews.com
Gwyneth Paltrow "psyched" that Martha Stewart sees her as competition
Gwyneth Paltrow "psyched" that Martha Stewart sees her as competition Martha Stewart recently took a swipe at Paltrow for attempting to enter the lifestyle business. Paltrow announced that she's hired former Martha Stewart Living CEO Lisa Gersh to run her lifestyle brand, Goop. Gayle King reports.cbsnews.com
Martha Stewart defends her lifestyle empire, criticizes Gwyneth Paltrow
Martha Stewart defends her lifestyle empire, criticizes Gwyneth Paltrow With a wave of celebrities releasing their own lines of lifestyle products, Martha Stewart is making a major push to stay on top. Michelle Miller reports on how the "hostess with the mostest" is defending her crown against the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow.cbsnews.com