Category: Business Profile
Have you heard the one about the guy walking past an antique store? He sneered and said to his friend, “That’s all used furniture.”
Some of the most beautiful horses in Louisville aren’t at Churchill Downs – they are at St. Matthews Jewelers, 3634-A Brownsboro Road. They’re far less expensive than their live counterparts, and a lot easier to keep clean.
Central Avenue is where you’ll find the world’s most legendary racetrack; but for party central, ride on out to Jeffersontown.
For all of us who are falling behind in our New Year’s resolution to get fit, Mike Jett, co-owner of PURE Fitness Training, has encouraging news.
There was a time when many Louisvillians celebrated the Kentucky Derby by watching celebrities get off the train.
While you’re getting ready to send a few Kentucky Derby souvenirs to distant friends, John and Sherry Hassmann are preparing to ship entire cases of Derby-Pies to the submarine U.S.S. Louisville.
Many men and women returning from military duty after World War II faced a daunting challenge — getting a job in a competitive market.
When your own mother is your first customer, you’d better have a lot of confidence in your products.
Ever since Homer’s Odyssey hit the ancient bestseller lists, “Circe” has meant a sorceress who turns men into beasts.
Hear the name “Swope” and you think of cars. Think “Heine,” and you smell coffee brewing. And “Heitzman” brings to mind delicious pastries and breads.