Category: Biz Briefs
This week in business, Distilled Spirits Epicenter, an educational, training and craft distillery, announced that is has joined the Kentucky Distillers’ Association; Louisville’s $101 million redevelopment of Sheppard Square will begin with new construction in the Smoketown neighborhood; The University of Louisville was one of six 2012 recipients of an Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Award for Webcenter design; and this holiday season, Joseph’s Salon and Spa will pledge $5 of every $100 purchased in gift cards to the American Red Cross to aid in disaster relief.
Gift From Humana Foundation Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana has received a gift of $170,000 from the Humana Foundation to fund the development of an innovative Intergenerational Mentoring Program designed to improve relationship building between senior citizens and children and to benefit their overall well being. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ research has shown that [...]
Heine Brothers’ Coffee is expanding its presence in Louisville with the opening of its newest location in St. Matthews on Nov. 28. In addition to its new shop, Heine Brothers’ is also teaming up with the Center for Women and Families for the “Care in a Cup” holiday initiative at the Blankenbaker Parkway location on Nov. 29.
The Christine M. Kleinert Institute for Hand and Microsurgery (CMKI), a world-renowned nonprofit education and research organization located in Louisville, Ky., hosted the annual CMKI Hands On Award Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Galt House Hotel & Suites.
This week in business, Easter Seals West Kentucky announced plans to open a new regional program for children with special health care needs; the Kentucky Opera will be collecting used shoes to be donated to WaterStep, a nonprofit organization that works to save lives at risk from waterborne illness; Huddleston Bolen LLP lawyers James Cleveland and Kathiejane Oehler have been named as Kentucky Super Lawyers; and 21c Museum Hotel’s flock of limited edition Yellow Penguin sculptures by Italian artists Cracking Art Group will soon make its way to Cincinnati.
This week in business, a new 130-seat theater, rehearsal space, art gallery, sound studio and event venue named Vault 1031/ The Armored Car Theatre is coming to Louisville, Churchill Downs Incorporated announced it has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Riverwalk Casino and Hotel and California native Julie Mackenzie Moore announces the opening of cale & cole boutique at 9428 Norton Commons Blvd.