The Pink Palace is more than just a beautiful Victorian mansion. It’s a Louisville legend. Take a look inside this home, which recently (and with great fanfare) went on the market, and check out the surprising space out back.
Louisville native Rebekah Gregory was standing near the finish line at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, when the bombs went off. After a long hospitalization, multiple surgeries and the amputation of her leg, she is now a motivational speaker and book author. Welcome her as our newest FACE of Louisville.
Kentucky native Rebekah Gregory was standing near the finish line at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, when the bombs went off. After a long hospitalization, multiple surgeries and the amputation of her leg, she is now a motivational speaker and book author. Welcome her as our newest FACE of the South.
It’s not too late! You can still squeeze plenty of fun out of summer before it’s over. Here are 14 uniquely Louisville activities to try before summer ends.
There are 16 new restaurants in the area that we think you should try this summer. See what delicious new dishes are up for grabs around this bustling foodie town.
Did you know that Louisville’s top-selling realtor has only been in the business 10 years? Find out the secrets to her success and why now is a great time to buy or sell a house. Meet Terri Bass of Lenihan Sotheby’s, today’s FACE of Louisville.
This woman came up with a plan to aid adults in explaining current events in our world to children, empowering them to shape their own futures. Meet Deena Neimat, founder of Little Voices Are Loud and today’s FACE of Louisville.
There is no shortage of barbecue in this town. Here’s a roundup of great barbecue restaurants in Louisville that you really must try for yourself!
Take a look inside this gem of a condominium, located in the heart of Crescent Hill. This chic urban space is located in a bustling retail area on Frankfort Avenue but feels like a secluded oasis with gorgeous views.
Meet the stunning RaeShanda Johnson – an entrepreneur making a big fashion impact on Louisville who once faced homelessness – today’s FACE of Louisville.
This elegant Kentucky home is so much more than furniture and decor. Interior designer Lee W. Robinson has filled each room with intricate details, making this house a masterpiece.
Erika Holmquist-Wall was hired at the Speed Art Museum three years ago and has definitely made her mark. Recently named Chief Curator, today she’s sharing stories about the collection and how she loves living in Louisville.