Sullivan University student Kendall Knies won the American Culinary Federation’s Southeast Student Chef of the Year Award after competing live against two other students at the ACF 2013 Southeast Conference, held March 1 through 4 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
The shock on their faces told the story. After only their second invitation in the school’s history to participate in the national competition, the Special Olympics Cheerleading team from Pitt Academy won the top honor as Grand Champions at the Cheersport Nationals held last month in Atlanta. Over 900 cheer teams competed, but only 22 Special Olympic teams received a bid.
PNC Broadway in Louisville and WXMA-FM’s (102.3 The Max) “Lambert & Lindsey Morning Show” announced March 7 the 2013-2014 Louisville Broadway series line-up from the Broadway.com studios in New York City.
“Get a table – Try not to end up under it.” The provocative slogan is just one of many featured in the ad campaign for the second annual Unbridled Eve Gala, which promises an evening of A-list celebrities, first-class musical performances and a multitude of features all benefiting a great cause.
This week in business, Melanie Story, MD, and Erica Williams, MD, family medicine, joined Baptist Medical Associates; the Louisville Marriott Downtown completed an extensive renovation, donating bedding from the previous room décor to eight local charities: the Louisville Orchestra and its musicians announced a new three-year contract; and Cabela’s Inc., the world’s foremost outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, will officially open the doors of its Louisville, Ky., store – the company’s first location in the Bluegrass State on April 11.
Food Network celebrity chef Aaron McCargo Jr. is best known for concocting dishes with big, bold flavor.