She’s country singer John Rich’s 87-year-old grandmother, and she’s known as “Queen of the Working Class.” Today, she shares her secret to a long life, how she drinks her whiskey, and so much more. Meet Granny Rich, our newest FACE of the South.
FACES: Women of Louisville
StyleBlueprint showcases people from Louisville each Monday. These local women are defining our city and keeping it uniquely special. From entrepreneurs to artists and corporate executives, all of our FACES are inspiring. You will also find inspiring women from across the South included in our FACES series.
Erin Meiman’s career path has always been steeped in the arts — from the Columbus Symphony to the Cincinnati Ballet to the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, and now at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville!
Along with her husband and business partner, renowned Chef Frank Stitt, Pardis Stitt is guiding the staff and furthering the vision at Bottega Cafe and Restaurant, Chez Fonfon and the James Beard award-winning Highlands Bar & Grill. Meet our newest FACE!
Tanya Tucker is back! Her powerful voice and the touching lyrics of her new album are simultaneously nostalgic and new. We’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of the South.
Lauren Stanfield recognized the beauty of flowers while growing up on her parents’ horse farm in Cincinnati. Years later, that hobby has blossomed into a business, Fleur & Frond. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville!
Renée Hicks is the founder of Book Girl Magic, an online book club with a very important twist. Find out more about our newest FACE, her fantastic initiative and more.
These Louisville teens are making a splash with their business, and they’ve garnered quite a bit of experience and wisdom along the way. Find out more about Hailey Hertzman and Katie Vonder Haar, founders of Ooh La Lemon and our newest FACES of Louisville.
Amanda Cornish went to the University of Kentucky to get a business degree, and then realized that she would rather be doing something else. Find out what career lured her away and why she loves it so much!
Flying high on a trapeze is Abbie Springer’s “jam,” and since founding CirqueLouis, she’s able to share her love of circus arts with all of Louisville.
Meet the woman whose love of music helps keep Louisville’s music scene spinning. Find out more about Laura Shine of WFPK, our newest FACE of Louisville.