Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, right? This is particularly true in Louisville, where the celebration transcends all races, cultures and creeds.
Losing her voice for a year in high school led this actor to a career in directing. Meet Meredith McDonough of Actors Theatre, our newest FACE of Louisville. Image: Justin Philalack
Helmed by Cathe Dykstra, Family Scholar House supports single parents as they go to school and earn degrees, gain self-sufficiency and secure bright futures.
Breathe new life into your corporate gathering and inspire your team with a team retreat at one of these uber-cool, out-of-the-box spots.
She is in charge of a volunteer organization that serves over 23,000 people per year. Meet Jennifer Hancock, President & CEO of Volunteers of America.
In the first of a monthly series about all the things Louisvillians love, writer Heidi Potter talks about how locals love their funeral homes.
Kathy Mullen of Visually Impaired Preschool Services is changing lives for visually impaired children and their families in our region.
Not planning on cooking a Christmas meal this year? No worries! Here are the Louisville restaurants that are open on Christmas Day. Image: Morton’s The Steakhouse
This renowned architect’s modern aesthetic has been making a quiet yet significant impact in Louisville’s design scene. Meet Emily Fisher Paprocki, our newest FACE of Louisville.
Check out this not-so-typical bachelor pad, designed by a not-so-typical designer when it comes to this type of project. The result is a win-win for everyone involved!
Actors Theatre modernizes A Christmas Carol by casting an aerialist actor as the Ghost of Christmas Past. Meet Lindsey Noel Whiting.
All design is personal and intentional for Natalie Officer. She finds beauty in interpreting her clients’ stories into inviting spaces.