The buy local, farm-to-table scene in Louisville was born as the unlikely fraternal twin of modernized mass transit in the River City.
“I think we might be in trouble,” Suzette mumbles, visibly shaken. The face of J.W. Anderson – the head of Mission Control – is paused on the monitor. She slowly rises from the chair, falling into my arms. I’m worthless … Continue reading
“Obviously, being put on the spot to produce something new every time is quite an endeavor. Honestly, at times it can be very daunting, with schedules and all. But, really, it’s beer. We make beer. I love it, my partners … Continue reading
What do Zooey Deschanel, John Malkovich, Martin Scorsese, and Samuel L. Jackson have in common with Adam Fish, co-founder of the startup Roobiq? Besides interests in film, the former set have been featured in Apple television commercials interacting in unexpected … Continue reading
It’s now been over a year since ear X-tacy closed its doors for good, leaving a stunned local vinyl scene in the hands of a smattering of smaller shops. While some have done admirable jobs of picking up the considerable … Continue reading
Leon Wahba, the immediate past chair of the Jewish Community Relations Council, acts much like a friendly grandfather. “[The Jewish Community Relations Council is] the eyes, ears, and face of the Jewish community,” said Wahba. Even though I had never met Wahba … Continue reading
Timothy, Can you settle an argument between a coworker and myself? When out to lunch, she always asks for a cup for water and fills it up with seltzer. I think that she is stealing – she should be paying … Continue reading
When Whitten and Jaclyn Montgomery were six and nine respectively, their mother, Sandy, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. What followed was more than a year of the Montgomery girls’ parents being largely away from home as Sandy sought experimental treatments … Continue reading