In 1971, Don and Sandy Coulter were like other 30-something Louisvillians: smart, ambitious, and in love—not only with one another, but with their thriving Cherokee Park neighborhood. Fueled by a passion for antiques, art, and community, Don and Sandy, along … Continue reading
By midwinter I find myself itching to refresh my home, dig into my garden, and generally get as much Vitamin D as the elusive sun allows.
There’s a lot to do in Old Louisville. A renaissance revival of sorts is shaking this area to the core, allowing mom and pop shops to crop up through the rubble of previously abandoned shop fronts. The Phoenix-like rebirth of … Continue reading
Next time you drive through Clifton, cut down Payne Street and notice the wildflower garden lining the street.