Author Archive: Samantha Stratton
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Later this year, Larry Kozlove will compete in the World Bridge Tournament in Veldhoven, Netherlands. A member of one of two teams chosen to represent the United States in Veldhoven after competing in the U.S. Senior team trial in Detroit, Kozlove is certainly a talented card player. However, until recently, he hadn’t played bridge competitively in more than 20 years.
Kentucky recently was named the fourth “fattest” state in America. With our affinity for fried food, mint juleps and local brews, it’s no surprise that many of us have horrible eating habits that contribute to this classification. We need help, but don’t always know where to find it.
Both former University of Louisville athletes – Nell is in the U of L Hall of Fame for women’s basketball and William was the 1990 leader in interceptions when he played Cardinal football – they met in college and have since built a solid life for themselves and their children.
It seems like come summer, all those fabulous beauty tricks we learn during the spring, fall and winter go to waste. With the heat and humidity, putting on a full face of makeup can feel like a lost cause. One woman is helping say goodbye to that defeatist attitude and hello to fabulous summer makeup trends.
As many of us approach the midpoint of summer vacation, we feel like we’ve run out of things to do. How many days in a row can we honestly spend lounging by the pool? Wait. Forget I asked that. But, seriously, I’ve found a solution to the summer monotony that not only gets you outside but also has some cultural arts appeal.
After 64 years of marriage, three children, nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and unbelievable charitable giving, philanthropic couple Gladys and Lewis “Sonny” Bass can teach us all a thing or two not only about how to make a relationship last, but how to be good people.