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  • Luxe Loves: Louisville, September 2014

    Luxe Loves: Louisville, September 2014

    They only come out a few times per year. So save your pennies and get ready to covet some of these beautiful items. Here's our Luxe Loves for fall. View

  • Grind Burger Kitchen: Not Your Average Burger

    Grind Burger Kitchen: Not Your Average Burger

    The Grind Burger Kitchen has a delicious and constantly evolving menu that keeps you coming back for more. It's fabulous. View

  • How To Wear A Blanket Coat

    How To Wear A Blanket Coat

    Wear a blanket coat without looking like you are ready for a western-themed party. Here's how. View

  • Dull to Dazzling: A House Transformed

    Dull to Dazzling: A House Transformed

    With two growing boys, this young family desired a larger home to accommodate their lifestyle. Grab a cup of coffee and take a peek at this gorgeous renovation! View

  • Merry Dougherty: FACES of Louisville

    Merry Dougherty: FACES of Louisville

    Owning a store like Merridian, you might think that Merry Dougherty's own house is perfect. But, she admitted to me that she just recently bought curtains for her master bedroom -- after almost 20 years of looking! Find out more about Merry today. View

  • Beauty Products You Should Try

    Beauty Products You Should Try

    Take the guesswork out of buying beauty products with this great list of recommendations from some of our FACES of Louisville. This list may become your beauty bible ... View

  • Shrimp and Grits, Separately

    Shrimp and Grits, Separately

    Shrimp and grits are classically served together, and sometimes in the same pot. Today's recipes are cooked separately for EASY, consistent, great results -- for company or a family meal. This meal is oh-so-good! View

  • 10 Tips to Help You Kick Procrastination to the Curb!

    10 Tips to Help You Kick Procrastination to the Curb!

    Today, discover 10 valuable tips to conquer procrastination tendencies once and for all. View

  • Collecting Southern Art

    Collecting Southern Art

    Today we feature local galleries selling art that speaks to both the novice and the connoisseur. View

  • Amy Streeter: FACES of Louisville

    Amy Streeter: FACES of Louisville

    From a 10 foot floral peacock to a dress made of roses, this floral designer definitely thinks outside the box. But, you would be surprised what her first career was because it had nothing to do with flowers. View

Happenings

  • Sept 22: Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco to speak at U of L

    Sept 22: Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco to speak at U of L

    Inaugural poet Richard Blanco will be speaking at the University of Louisville on Monday September 22 at 7 p.m. in the Student Activities Center. Presented by Carmichaels Bookstore, the Hispanic/Latino Faculty and Staff Association and the LGBT Center, Blanco will... View

  • Sept 20: Bike to Beat Cancer

    Sept 20: Bike to Beat Cancer

    Saturday, September 20 is the Bike to Beat Cancer,  a one-day cycling event for riders who want to make a difference and help those battling cancer at Norton Cancer Institute. There are four distance options from which to choose: 35,... View

  • Sept 20: Seven Sense Festival on Preston St.

    Sept 20: Seven Sense Festival on Preston St.

    Saturday, September 20 is the inaugural Seven Sense Festival, a brand new festival on South Preston St. There will be live music with 30 bands and three stages, food from local food trucks and restaurants and beer from six local... View

  • Sept 20: Lock, Stock & Smoking Barrels

    Sept 20: Lock, Stock & Smoking Barrels

    On Saturday, September 20, Copper and Kings distillery is hosting Lock, Stock and Smoking Barrels, a festival of barrel-aged beer, brandy and smoking hot food and music. This Louisville Craft Beer Week event features Barrel Proof Brandy tastings and 12 breweries serving... View

  • Sept 19: ReSurfaced Launch Party

    Sept 19: ReSurfaced Launch Party

    On September 19, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., the ReSurfaced Launch party will be held at 615 West Main Street downtown. This is a downtown pop-up plaza where the former Museum Plaza was, complete with food trucks, beer, wine,... View

  • Now-Sept 21: Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown

    Now-Sept 21: Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown

    Now through September 21 is the Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown, where they have been making bourbon since 1776. There are events all week long, including bourbon, food, entertainment, tours, family activities and much more. To see the list of... View

  • Sept 21: Louisville AIDS Walk

    Sept 21: Louisville AIDS Walk

    Sunday, September 21 is the 21st Annual Louisville AIDS Walk on the Belvedere. This is a three mile walk and pets are welcome. Thousands of Louisvillians will walk together in celebration, remembrance and hope. www.kyaids.org Image credit:... View

  • Sept 19: Downs After Dark

    Sept 19: Downs After Dark

    September 19, celebrate Oktoberfest with the sounds of Polka music and the taste of sausages, pretzels, sauerkraut and a variety of beers at Downs After Dark. Plus, get chances to win prizes in the yodeling and chicken dance contests. Oh, and... View

  • Sept 18: Westport Village Fall Fashion Affair

    Sept 18: Westport Village Fall Fashion Affair

    Thursday, September 18 is the Fall Fashion Affair at Westport Village from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Each store will have discounts, prizes and refreshments. Now is a great time to buy your fall wardrobe. www.westportvillage.com View

  • Sept 30-Oct 3: IdeaFestival

    Sept 30-Oct 3: IdeaFestival

    With an impressive lineup of speakers and programming, over 15,000 people will attend the IdeaFestival over four days. "Founded in 2000, IdeaFestival is a celebration for the intellectually curious. It’s an eclectic network of global thinkers and one-of-a-kind innovators bound... View