Master Milliner Jenny Pfanenstiel came to Louisville to sell some of her hats before Derby several years ago, and after continued success, she moved here full-time. Today, she shares her inspirations, her work process and more.
Meet the local woman who, at age 62, is in a job she considers “the crown jewel” of her over-30-year career in social work and education. When she’s not busy advocating for her people, she’s loving being a newlywed. Meet Marta Miranda, our FACE of Louisville.
This compassionate advocate and social activist has found her dream job mentoring students at the University of Louisville’s Cultural Center. Meet Sarah Nuñez, our FACE of Louisville.
We all have art collections, things we have collected that are meaningful, but it’s often tricky figuring out how to display them. We asked Merry Dougherty of Merridian Home Furnishings to help us with the basics of how to display our art.
Meet Beth Malcom, the first female CEO of the Kentucky YMCA Youth Association since it was established 126 years ago. She’s a Louisville native who loves making a difference with youth in our state, and we’re excited she’s our FACE of Louisville.
Looking for a quintessential Kentucky experience? Stay at this newly renovated historic horse farm in the heart of the Bluegrass, and enjoy a gorgeous homestead, elite thoroughbreds and an amazing art collection as well.
This Louisville couple picked Savannah, Georgia, for their destination wedding. It was an intimate affair set in a gorgeous location — and a wonderful time was had by all!
Today we turn the camera on our FACES of Louisville photographer, Adele Reding. She tells us how she got into the business and how to take a great picture all by yourself.
This Louisville chef and “Top Chef” contender tells us all about how she gets her inspiration and where she likes to eat here in town. Meet Annie Pettry of Decca, our FACE of Louisville.
This local sister team runs Door Store and Windows. They are sisters, friends and business partners, and they manage all of those relationships with ease. Meet Ann Gregory and Laurie Scarborough, today’s FACES of Louisville.
Who is bringing home the bacon in your house? The Bacon is an innovative way to market your business or find services you need, all in one place. This is the brainchild of Jennifer Shima, this week’s FACE of Louisville.
These homeowners renovated an existing old home in the Highlands, transforming it into a modern urban space. Learn how they got a big city feel in their own hometown.