July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Just before dawn on the first Saturday in May, Carol Belser adorns the Churchill Downs winner’s circle with roses. She appreciates this early-morning moment as the only part of her day that is almost completely silent. During the rest of her hectic weekend there is little time for reflection.
This article appears in the March 2011 issue of LouisvilleMagazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
Registration is now open for the Camp Odyssey summer program, which will take place this June at the Passionist Earth & Spirit Center in the Highlands. The fun and educational program is designed to help children connect with the Earth, awakening a sense of awe and wonder about the planet we...
March 7, 2011 - 3:24pm
Whether you believe that global warming is a myth or believe that America needs to invest in clean energy, at the end of the day we can both agree that planting a garden to help sustain lower-income communities is a positive action.
Whether you believe that global warming is a myth or believe that America needs to invest in clean energy, at the end of the day we can both agree that planting a garden to help sustain lower-income communities is a positive action."Louisville Grows is a non-profit sustainability consultancy...
February 19, 2014 - 4:21pm
An impassioned area resident begins GoGreen Germantown with sights set on beautification, betterment, and unity.
In true Germantown-Schnitzelburg style, one concerned citizen has begun a project of passion for the community's sake. Schnitzelburg Area Community Council (SACC) board member Susan Brunt
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
There are hundreds of varieties of mint. Why settle for boring ol' grocery store mint for your Julep when you can cultivate your own instead?
Ah, the Mint Julep - a lovely muddled beverage consisting of bourbon, mint, sugar, and ice. Much has been said about this Kentucky Derby drink of choice. Aficionados have debated the relative merits of steeping versus muddling, while others argue that the best results come from using a mint syrup....