Author Archive: Lauren DePaso
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Voice-Tribune Staff Writer Lauren DePaso enjoys being a tourist in her own city, exploring the nightlife and cheering on the Cards. A Louisville native, she currently resides in St. Matthews.
In a small(er) town like Louisville – whether you interpret that as geographical or social – it is still rare to find high school sweethearts. When I came across Richard and Lesa Buckler, I had to find out how anyone could find love in high school and make it last 33 years later.
My significant other and I have a-wedding-a-month until November (and two in June), so I took this calm before the storm and ventured out to Yew Dell Botanical Gardens seeking solace from everyone else’s wedding bells – only to be slapped in the face by nature.
This year’s 33rd annual Derby Breakfast will be the perfect toast to your morning. Whether it’s a pre-party before heading to the track or your morning destination, one thing is certain: If you aren’t there, you’ll be green with envy.
A graduate of Trinity High School, Louisville native Ryan Smith is proving his allegiance to the University of Kentucky by serving as student body president and gives us some insight into all the madness that comes with a Wildcats win – or loss.
I first realized my love of art at the ripe age of 7 when I started painting – my fingernails that is. And while I thought staying in the lines and adding a top coat was a masterpiece, it was soon brought to my attention that OPI does not manufacture oil pastels, and I have since changed my definition of “masterpiece.”