Author Archive: Mary Alan Woodward
Claudia Sanders Dinner House continues the colonel’s legacy of ‘true Kentucky food’
Kentuckians take pride in hosting one of the world’s top sporting events every May.
The dry winds out West can be tough on skin – just ask Karen Crook, who grew up in a Texas oil family and was an Air Force missile launch officer in Wyoming.
Few professional people begin their careers at 16, but Misty W. Griffin, DMD, owner and dentist at Forest Springs Family Dental, did exactly that.
Lorenzo Dow Pearson, a cabinet maker from Shelby County, moved to Louisville in 1832 to find a broader market for his products.
Ben Palmer-Ball has always been keen on gardening.
James “Jimmy” Davis learned the jeweler’s arts back when F.D.R. was in the White House, Seabiscuit was the horse to bet on, and plans were being made to build an airport bigger than Bowman Field.
Tim and Judy Fout have a recurring nightmare—in the daytime.
Slapstick housepainters who create chaos – such as The Three Stooges in “Jerks of All Trades” – get laughs on television, but who would turn them loose on a real building?
If your store is successful and it’s time to open a second one, what could be handier than taking the space next door?