November 29, 2012 - 11:21am
The natural and attachment parenting resource, Mama’s Hip, turns 5 this month. Join in their celebration this Saturday, December 1 during the Bardstown Road AGLOW festivities.
Mama’s Hip, the natural and attachment parenting store located on Bardstown Road in the Highlands, is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a party for all the mamas, papas, and families of Louisville. They want to say thank you for the welcoming warmth they have received over the years from...
November 23, 2012 - 2:07pm
The red ribbon was savagely cut last evening (seriously, kids, I’m totally judging you if you hit stores yesterday at all for anything other than extra cranberry sauce), and the Holiday shopping season is open. Give locally, give literary with the Carmichael’s Bookstore 2012 Holiday Catalogue.
What were you up to at 6am this morning, love-a-doves? I’ll venture some deductive reasoning (whoa, nelly!) and fan out some sound options for us, here:Perhaps you were safe and snuggled in your bed-and-nest-place with a tummy still making little gurgle noises. This is a good...
November 5, 2012 - 11:48am
Style icon Margaret Browning of Margaret's Consignment & Collectibles held a free holiday workshop at her boutique Saturday afternoon. If you want or need any ideas for your holiday celebrations, whether it involves your wardrobe or your kitchen, then Browning is here to help.
Saturday afternoon, Margaret Browning of Margaret’s Consignment & Collectibles held a free workshop for anyone wanting to help make their holiday entertaining and style more fabulous. Those in attendance experienced a wonderful hostess who entertained with stories from the style...
November 3, 2012 - 11:41pm
Ralphie making one last stand in Louisville.
In this Christmas adventure like no other, young Ralphie Parker’s fervent campaign for a Red Ryder BB Gun unfolds despite a chorus of worries (“You’ll shoot your eye out!”) and amid seasonal shenanigans involving a leg lamp, a bunny suit and a tongue stuck to a frozen...
December 12, 2011 - 2:04pm
Miracle on Your Street! Fix those %$#@*&g Christmas Lights!
“He worked in profanity the way other artists might work in oils or clay. It was his true medium; a master." The description of the dad in Jean Shepherd’s “A Christmas Story” could apply to me at the holidays. Especially, when Christmas lights won’t work.