Inside the mind of former Trunnell Elementary School principal Betty Stokes, creative ideas continuously arise.
I’m not going to lie – I’m not someone you’d describe as “outdoorsy.”
The death of Muhammad Ali was the loss of one of the greatest gifts to the world that Louisville has ever cultivated....
Thirty-five years ago, Jim Graven purchased the store where he’d been an employee for 11 years. It was called Steepleton.
The Louisville area has no shortage of places to go and things to do to keep a family occupied this summer.
The Louisville Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) held their Closing Meeting Luncheon on June 1 at Vincenzo’s.
On Friday night when word began circulating that Muhammad Ali, civil rights leader and three-time heavyweight champion of the world, had...
In Dr. Julene Samuels’ office, there is no guessing, no speculation.
Memorial Day weekend may be over, but as it is the kickoff to summer, prime travel season has only just begun.
A lot’s changed since 2007, the year banking executive Barry Brauch took a new job at American Founders Bank. In those days,...
It was 1981. I had two interns who were sort of my bosses, and they were these two macho big guys.
The field of medicine has a reputation for attracting some of the sharpest and most astute minds.