Author Archive: Mary Alan Woodward
With activities and meals that rival those of a cruise ship, The Forum at Brookside might someday weigh anchor from its 40-acre campus and steam down the Ohio River.
Even though wall-to-wall carpeting was the fashion when Tim French was a boy when his mother decided to have their rugs taken up, they found beautiful hardwood floors underneath.
Fifteen years of catering and owning a restaurant in California’s Sacramento area couldn’t erase Tori Duke’s longing for the neighborliness she enjoyed while growing up in Prospect. Last May, she moved almost all the way home: She unpacked her bags in St. Matthews and opened The Neighborhood Café at 119 St. Matthews Ave.
To the ancient Greeks, Pandora was the first woman, as well as the first to say, “I can’t wait to open that box!”
Every dieter knows the frustration of waiting for this too solid flesh to melt.
Most toddlers are content to make mud pies; but when Deborah Lowery was 3, she preferred to help her grandmother hand-roll meatballs. That homespun heritage is the main ingredient at Ladyfingers Catering, which recently celebrated its 22nd anniversary.