A packed house awaited guests of this month's Louisville Magazine launch party at Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, thrown in honor of the publication's Food & Dining issue.
After four nights of fabulous fashion and fierce competition under the Big Four Bridge at Waterfront Park, what are the final thoughts on Waterfront Fashion Week? Designers, bloggers and organizers share their viewpoint of Louisville’s first-ever fashion week, from what they liked to what they desire for 2013.
The final night of Waterfront Fashion Week 2012 brought glamor and fire to the shows under the tent, presenting Louisville's first-ever fashion week with a proper sendoff into 2013. Whether you missed out on the evening, or just want to relive the magic, this post is all you'll need for the journey.
The third night of Waterfront Fashion Week brought punk rock and romance down the runway, along with a fair bit of minimalism, and dreams of paradise. Want to see what you've missed? Then this piece is for you.
Waterfront Fashion Week makes its debut on October 17th. Want to know more about Louisville's first-ever fashion week? Allow Waterfront organizers Peggy Duffy and Clinton Deckard, along with fashion consultant Jo Ross, to tell you all you need to know, from the event's genesis to what to expect when the first model hits the runway.
When no one from the mammoth railroad company appeared at the hearing, I ordered it condemned and demolished. The problem, of course, was that my agency didn't have anywhere near the amount of money it would have cost to demolish the bridge.
The Great Steamboat Race has only been rescheduled a few times since racing began in 1963.
Linked to the North by its Civil War stance but portrayed each May with plantation imagery, just where does Louisville's core allegiance lie?
Local news for Feb. 15, 2011
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