These historic Southern theaters are revered for their architectural beauty and their impact on the communities in which they’re located. Find out more about these six landmarks that have stood the test of time.
Louisville Art & Music
Check out fabulous Louisville art, local museums and great places to hear live music. Art and music nourish the soul, and Louisville art galleries bring together the vibrant art scene while our museums feed our mind and the music stirs our soul. Add dance to our local art scene and you'll see just how cultured Louisville really is!
Julia Reed and Keith Meacham’s ‘Reed Smythe & Company’ is an online destination for unexpected, beautiful pieces for home and garden, all created in collaboration with artisans from the South and beyond.
With summer vacations and poolside weekends rapidly approaching, it’s time to stock up on the best summer reading of 2019. Here’s what book reviewer and bibliophile Saralee Woods recommends.
The scandal at the forefront of everyone’s minds has lessons and implications from which we can all learn. We enlisted a PR expert to share a different perspective on the situation as well as the advice she’d offer anyone going through a PR nightmare.
Spring brings a fresh start and a fresh crop of books. Check out five spring reads suggested by Jennifer Puryear of Bacon on the Bookshelf.
StudioWorks showcases and sells art created by people with disabilities, including an artist with autism whose painting was selected as the Kentucky Derby Festival poster. Find out more about this amazing local organization. Image: Chimel Ford
Settle in for a long winter’s read-fest. Here are the latest recommendations from Jennifer Puryear of Bacon on the Bookshelf.
Crescent Hill Trading Company is all about “restore, repurpose, reuse,” and they practice what they preach. Check out their reimagined masterpieces.
Jennifer Puryear, our favorite bookworm to consult, is back with five new books to read this fall (plus a few bonus picks!). Take a look at her recommendations for Fall 2018!
World traveler, art collector, quilt expert, author, producer and champion of Kentucky’s treasures — these are a few of the titles held by Shelly Zegart, our newest FACE of Louisville.