July 27, 2010 - 3:33pm
If you try to inch out, cars zip by your front bumper, missing you by no more than a foot. Terrifying.
Before I moved to Crescent Hill, I lived in a two-bedroom apartment on the corner of Bardstown Road and Edenside Avenue, not far from the Eastern Parkway intersection. It was an awesome place, within walking distance to Cherokee and Tyler parks, a grocery store, my dentist and doctor, a movie...
July 22, 2010 - 10:50am
This is what happens when big businesses who care less about customer
happiness and more about the bottom line encroach into the Highlands.
The smoking, general rudeness and simulated copulation makes me give this place a big thumbs down for a place of tweenage good, clean fun.It's also might be the worst place for people of any age to walk by in the Highlands on a weekend night.
But hey, this is what happens when big businesses...
July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors-to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years.
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors—to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years. The current—for today—location at 1534 Bardstown Road.
July 11, 2010 - 4:59pm
Finishing the lasagna is an endurance sport.
The first people I mentioned Le Gallo Rosso to said something like, "What, where?" This small Italian restaurant, inconspicuously located in a Victorian-era house on Bardstown Road, is easy to miss among the other high profile restaurants that surround it. The Bristol is next-door and...
July 29, 2012 - 7:52pm
The market is open again, every Saturday through December 18th, 2010.
Located at 1722 Bardstown Road in the parking lot of the Bardstown Road Presbyterian Church, the farmers' market is a weekly Saturday morning routine for many residents of the Highlands, and it is open for business once again.