Author Archive: Ashley Anderson

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Ashley spends half her time writing stories at The Voice-Tribune office and half her time out on the town conducting interviews, while occasionally dressing in wild outfits to fully immerse herself in the experience (aka Princess Leia at Comic Con). Ashley is a huge UofL fan and loves the Yankees and the Boston Celtics (she is fully aware of the irony). She hopes to one day outshine Erin Andrews on ESPN and enjoys running, Bardstown Road/Fourth Street, Breaking Bad and reality TV (she’s not ashamed to admit that).

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Building Toward Your Ideal Home

Building Toward Your Ideal Home

| May 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Long gone is the tradition of “two-story living.”

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The Next Generation of Cinema

The Next Generation of Cinema

| May 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mall St. Matthews premieres new Cinemark theater.

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Bask In The Islands In Louisville’s Backyard

Bask In The Islands In Louisville’s Backyard

| May 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

A three-day weekend is hardly enough time to jet off to an island vacation. But, this coming Memorial Day you can experience the Caribbean – without stepping foot outside the Derby City.

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Beginning Of New Chapter For Storied Home

Beginning Of New Chapter For Storied Home

| May 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Every home has a story, but not many harbor the rich, peculiar past like that of the Howard-Hardy House.

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Lost In Lou: Part Two

Lost In Lou: Part Two

| May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Another remarkable Run for the Roses has come to pass at Churchill Downs, likely leaving you with one question: what’s next in the Derby City?

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On Top Of The Roofing Industry

On Top Of The Roofing Industry

| May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

April showers bring May flowers, and signal the coming of a warm, sun-filled season – supposedly. But in Louisville, you never know what type of weather to expect, especially during springtime. Severe thunder and hailstorms have been known to plague the city this time of year, and, oftentimes, cause a great deal of trouble for local homes.

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Teaching The World The Wonder Of Love

Teaching The World The Wonder Of Love

| May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dr. Joe D’Ambrosio has been on a quest to find love for quite some time, but it’s not the type you’d might expect.

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Local Legacy Of A Best-Kept Secret

Local Legacy Of A Best-Kept Secret

| May 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

People from all around the world have witnessed the grandeur of the Galt House and Crowne Plaza hotels, both owned by the prestigious Al J. Schneider Company. But, not many realize the quiet, yet mighty business behind the infrastructure of the properties that helped propel the development of the Derby City.

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Splendid Synergy Of Art And Science

Splendid Synergy Of Art And Science

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Plastic surgeon Dr. Alexander Digenis has formed a perfect balance between art and science, spending much of his time at his successful practice, and in his spare time dabbling as a painter and pianist.

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Great Steamboat Race Party Anchored By A Cause

Great Steamboat Race Party Anchored By A Cause

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

For nearly two decades, the Mudd sisters – Janet, Debbie, Leslie, Jolene and Ann – have played host to one of the hottest parties held the day of the Kentucky Derby Festival’s Great Steamboat Race.

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