“I really don’t want to cut the grass anymore. I’m so tired of cutting grass." That’s one of the promises of urban life: a maintenance-free home in a walkable place with no yard work.
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Spending a day, or two, or three, with Sandy Gulick would be exhausting if it weren't so damn much fun.
Ever heard of pollution-free grass cutting?
Inheriting a home from your parents is not unusual. Inheriting one that stretches back through six generations of your family is.
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Yum Center gets a full helping of Red Hot Chili Peppers
A cold, implacable drizzle had turned our palms into soggy prunes by noon. My friends and I were in the Infield as always, on a knoll that slopes, then slightly rises, toward that familiar bank of aqua-colored portable toilets.
A bit of advice: If you're six feet tall and 165 pounds, you might not want to set your hopes on being a jockey.
Of all the red-letter occasions local trainer Dale Romans considers worth celebrating, none comes close to the thought of winning Derby Day.
Louisville Magazine's staff shared their reasons for loving the Kentucky Derby in the April issue. Now it's your turn...
On Tuesday, April 3, at 4 p.m., 10 photographers working for Louisville Magazine set up at 10 places around the city.