Joseph’s 40th Anniversary
Joseph’s Salon and Spa proudly celebrates its 40th anniversary. In 1972 Connie Lee Flint and Joe Dan Flint opened the namesake salon on the corner of Dutchmans Lane and DuPont Road. From this single location, Joseph’s has introduced the community to new brands, pioneering new services, and bringing wellness to the community. Now owned and operated by Connie and Joe’s daughter, Kelli Campbell, Joseph’s continues its high standard of eco-friendly luxury. In the early ’80s, with his vision of synergistic wellness and beauty, Flint was the first salon in the state of Kentucky to offer Aveda products to his clientele. By 1992, the salon gave product exclusivity to Aveda and by 1997, Kelli added the lifestyle and spa component. Taking wellness a step farther, in 2012 Kelli initiated a program with Norton Suburban Hospital to provide in-room services to expectant mothers.
The Joseph’s team of style and treatment specialists are very creative and rooted in a team-based culture. Many of the stylists are internationally trained and key members of the creative team travel to New York and other markets to learn and bring back new style trends. Spa services are also up-to-the-minute with such offerings as 100% organic spray tanning and semi-permanent mascara applications.
You can join Kelli and the staff at Joseph’s in their anniversary celebration on Saturday, Sept. 29. The celebration lasts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and includes slices from the Brick Oven Pizza Company, gift bags and cupcakes. Enjoy the Aveda Experience including product and treatment demonstrations. The event is open to the public. Joseph’s Salon is located at 3938 Dutchmans Lane. For information call 502.897.5360 or visit www.josephssalon.com.
Olivia & Co. Relocates
Olivia & Co. has relocated from Hurstbourne Parkway to 4903 Brownsboro Road. “We moved for a couple of reasons: a better location and a larger showroom to showcase our fabulous clothing and jewelry,” said owner Olivia Powers. “We want people to know that they can find something unique, whether it is the perfect outfit for a special occasion or our large selection of statement jewelry.” For more information about the boutique, visit www.oliviaandcompanyboutique.com or call 502.426.4046.
Kosair’s Gift To UofL
The University of Louisville has received $1 million from Kosair Charities to support eight health-related programs designed to benefit our most precious gift – our children. The largest portion of funds will support the Department of Pediatrics’ Forensics Medicine team, who work to identify, evaluate, document and prevent child abuse and neglect. Other programs supported include the UofL Autism Center at Kosair Charities, The Kosair Charities Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases, the Kosair Charities Pediatric Clinical Research Unit, the Kosair Charities Birth Defects Research Fellowship in the UofL School of Dentistry, the Kosair Charities Pediatric Surgery Research Fellowship, the division of child neurology and the maternal-fetal medicine program.
Through the years, Kosair has provided nearly $30 million in philanthropic support to the university in its efforts to provide the highest quality health care possible to children. To date, more than 65,000 people and organizations have contributed more than $713 million total to the Charting Our Course comprehensive campaign, so UofL can continue its journey to becoming a premiere metropolitan research university and enhancing the lives of the people of Kentucky and beyond.
Anthropologie is proud to debut its first location in Kentucky at Louisville’s Oxmoor Center. Anthropologie’s diverse assortment of women’s fashion, accessories and home décor continually changes and exhibits a range of influences, from vintage to global. Anthropologie’s designers and buyers travel the world to find unique pieces and inspiration for our own design.
Anthropologie is recognized for designing each store to be unique; the location reflects the nature of the site and local environment. The entrance to the 6,500 square foot Oxmoor Center store is marked by a 34-foot tall sky blue façade that was handcrafted by artisans. The windowed exterior bathes the entire space in natural light, illuminating interior details such as the reclaimed barn wood used throughout. The magic of Anthropologie’s shopping environment will be created by a full-time team of visual artists. They will devote their talents to conceiving of and realizing innovative window and store displays that inspire the customer with their creativity and whimsy.
Anthropologie is located at Oxmoor Center, 7900 Shelbyville Road. Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. For information call 502.426.0068.
Assumption H.S. Music Video
Assumption High School has released the “Imagine” video, a music video that features an original “Imagine” song with students within the entire school singing in several scenes throughout the building. The school invites young women to become more than they can “Imagine,” and this video shows how young women can find their path and in four years become more than they could ever “Imagine.” In the video, you will see various areas of the school and symbols that demonstrate the mission and values of Assumption High School.
The students practiced for 90 minutes one day for the video and then spent 90 minutes filming on the following day for a total of three hours. Student leaders were in charge of choreographing their scenes to segments of the song. The video was produced by Cool World Productions. The original song was recorded and performed by Assumption High School students. To view the video and the behind the scenes video, visit ahsrockets.org.
New WHAS president & GM
Television company Belo Corp. (NYSE: BLC) announced that Linda Danna has been named president and general manager of WHAS-TV, Belo’s ABC-affiliated station in Louisville, Ky. She will begin her new role on Oct. 15, 2012.
Danna most recently served as vice president and general manager of KGPE-TV, a CBS-affiliated station in Fresno, Calif., from September 2008 to the present. Prior to that, she was a director of sales and interim general manager at WOAI-TV in San Antonio, Texas, and senior vice president and general manager at WWJ-TV and WKBD-TV in Southfield, Mich. She also served as senior vice president and general manager of WUPA-TV in Atlanta and general sales manager of KTXH-TV in Houston, Texas. Danna holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Radio Television and Film and minors in Political Science and Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin. Additional information is available at www.belo.com.
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