Sitting at a table covered with floor plans and watercolor architectural sketches, Charlotte Ipsan, the newly appointed president of the future Norton Women’s Hospital and Kosair Children’s Hospital – St. Matthew’s, discussed the transformation she is overseeing with the enthusiasm … Continue reading
This city loves itself. We love our independently owned restaurants and the local chefs who run them. We burst with pride over our talented musicians, actors, writers, and artists. One look at any one of the bustling farmers’ markets scattered … Continue reading
SOME (other) Things to do during Derby season As every local knows, the Derby celebration is a month-long bourbon-tinged party filled with brunches, galas, and drinking lunches. And that it begins the first week of April.
“Look up,” is Susan Foley’s advice for appreciating the architecture of the historic buildings on Main Street in downtown Louisville. “At street level you are looking at store fronts or the fronts of offices,” she says, “so you really do … Continue reading
From the moment a woman in the United States gets that life-changing reading on a little plastic stick, discovering she is pregnant, there are decisions big and small to be made. Such as, how she will exit the bathroom? Will … Continue reading
Amazing Green Planet, opened three years ago by the Baron family, is a one-stop shop for stocking the sustainable home. Upon entering the incense scented store, the neatly organized shelves and nice lighting make it feel more like a gift … Continue reading
A row of colorful wildflowers, sunflowers, and zinnias line the roadside of a densely planted plot of land that makes up the Groce Family Farm. It’s nestled in the middle of a neighborhood in New Albany, Indiana and as Katherine … Continue reading
Today’s world is chock-full of choices and parenting is no exception. A growing number of new parents are making informed and deliberate decisions to care for their children in a more natural and earth-friendly way.