April 12, 2013 - 4:02pm
Springtime tea, lectures, and farm feedings await you while you smell the tree blossoms at Blackacre.
Has spring finally sprung in Louisville? The white blossoms on the dogwood trees near my house sure tell me that it is desperately trying.
September 25, 2012 - 10:00am
When a perpetual dieter tells you she's had the best salad she's ever eaten, you better listen up.
Recently I took notice of Please and Thank You, 800 E. Market Street in the heart of NuLu. They were awarded Leo's “Best Place to Get a Piece of Heaven” specifically for their chocolate chip cookies, reputedly a religious experience of the best kind. I work just a few blocks...
March 23, 2012 - 11:15am
A tea party to make your inner child squeal with glee!
Sisters Tea Parlor is a sweet, frilly haven from the cares of the world.
March 20, 2012 - 10:45am
Spend a springtime evening sipping tea, nibbling little treats and watching a Southern drama unfold!
It’s spring, y’all. It’s time to put away those awful overcoats and bust out something just a little more pink and frilly; time to sit on the porch sipping a glass of cool peach tea and shoot the balmy breeze with your girlfriends or sisters or mother or great aunt Clarabelle.
July 29, 2012 - 7:06pm
Have you ever wondered how a doctor might amputate a limb to save your life 200 years ago? Find out at Historic Locust Grove. Then, take Afternoon Tea with the Jane Austen Society of Louisville.
Two hundred years ago, treating bleeding, making dental repairs, removing musket balls from injured bodies, amputating limbs and performing cranial surgery were done differently than technology allows in 2011. The procedures are among the common surgical techniques to be demonstrated in the first-...