In recent years, most Americans have made healthier food choices a part of their every day lives. But what about the products we put on our bodies?
The buzz about honeybees in recent years has been about their vanishing act from gardens and farm fields.
Bee hives have found a home in the urban landscape of the Windy City, with empty lots and high-rise building rooftops around Chicago hosting hives flowing with honey sold at the Chicago Downtown Farmstand.
Artist Sara Wood says her 2009 illustration of Martha Stewart in beekeeper garb symbolizes the media mogul as "the queen bee of a massive hive of a corporation."
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