Thirsty for some local flavors, we went to six bartenders and requested they invent drinks based on historic local events and people.
Maggie Heely, a licensed marriage family therapist in the state of Kentucky, offers advice.
Amy Jo Goforth, Designer at Aebersold Florist, New Albany, Ind., talks wedding flowers.
Scott Harper, of Bristol Bar & Grille, talks wedding booze.
Erica Schnell, Director, Ice House and Crushed Ice Events, talks wedding venues.
Doe Anderson's ad campaign says great things about Mercy
The Workhouse Ballroom is through the green doors in the side of a hill
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with new staff writer (and new mom) Anne Marshall.
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with Forecastle founder JK McKnight.
Under the shadow of the Louisville Water Tower Saturday afternoon, the LIBA Buy Local Fair celebrated its fifth year of keeping Louisville weird.
Next Wednesday, get your captain on at the Louisville Magazine monthly launch party, devoted to the "Derby 139" issue. The Kentucky Derby Festival will be co-hosting the event, and it's one you won't want to miss.
A special "relaunch" of Louisville Magazine's March 2013 issue about the oft-ignored West End will occur next Thursday at the Old Walnut Street development. What follows is a brief summary behind the publication's in-depth look at the nine neighbhoods behind the Ninth Street Demarcation Boundary, and what to expect at the relaunch event.