September 10, 2012 - 3:45pm
Local farmers' market offers beatiful setting with fresh eats and cool tunes.
Pick up and dig into local and fresh produce from the Jeffersonville Farmers Market! Why? Because local tastes better. Period. Compare an apple that was picked yesterday from a tree a few miles from you to one that was picked, waxed, boxed, shipped, delivered, and stocked at a grocery store a week...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
WFPK radio personality and former ear X-tacy buying manager Matt Anthony began his lifelong love affair with music while living in Italy at a young age. He produces and hosts two radio shows, DJs at live events, and has opened his own record store in the newly opened Tim Faulkner Building.
He's got six tattoos, a room full of records, and a heck of a background story. Matt Anthony is one hip guy with class to spare. He's a WFPK radio personality, painter, writer, former ear-X-tacy buying manager and is now the owner of one of the newest small record shops in town. Matt...
March 30, 2012 - 5:12pm
Indulge in a daily sweet treat that can help you leave your seasonal allergies in the dust!
With airborne pollen at a seasonal high in the area, symptoms such as bedeviling sneezes, swollen eyes, and runny noses plague many Louisville residents. However, a tasty and all-natural cure can help active Louisvillians get back to the city’s many outdoor offerings.
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Work, work, work, beer (my day in a nutshell)
So after a busy day of multiple business meetings (hey, I don't just write about beer you know) I got to pay a visit to Against The Grain for my final meeting of the day, a planning meeting for the LIBA Brewfest this summer. I was determined while I was there to enjoy a brew, and boy did...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Today we profile Lotsa Pasta, a local business around for 30 years next month, and one that the family that owns it is very proud of.
I tell the majority of the folks that I sit down with to interview for these local entrepreneur profiles that one of the main inspirations for the series is the fact that, in many discussions with business people around the area, I kept hearing a repeating theme of how bad business was, or how down...