July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
The New Albany Farmers market is now open. May hours are 8am-1pm. Items currently include lettuce, veggie plants, annuals, eggs, beef, pork, and arts & crafts.
Vendors from around the area showed up this past Saturday for opening day of the New Albany Farmer's Market. This market isn't just for farmers, however; in addition to food and plants, there were also baked goods, arts & crafts, a live band, and a Bubble Bus.
Valiantly resisting the urge...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
This week's staycation spotlight is targeted for those still seeking the perfect Mother's Day weekend for the mother(s) in their life.
Looking for something special to do with the mother(s) in your life this weekend? A Mother's Day Weekend Staycation is a splendid way to show your appreciation and love. The goal here is to provide a vacation for Mom, so don't forget the main caveat of a good staycation: NO WORK. For her, that is....
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
Still looking for that perfect Derby ensemble? Let some of the fine folks in New Albany help you out with that.
Nestled within the newly renovated White House Center is a lovely little boutique called Mariposa, run by local resident Laurie Jacobs. In business since February of this year, Mariposa specializes in fine consignments. And these consignments certainly are fine. I almost walked out of that store...
November 30, 2009 - 11:07am
If you don't get worn out on the First Friday Trolley Hope, get the shopping done and over with in one night and enjoy December without the hassle of last minute nonsense.
Saturday from Taylorsville Road to Lexington Road, merchants will pop open their doors and invite the city in for an evening of shopping, dining, discounts, and more for Bardstown Road AGLOW, a twenty four year tradition.
Evidently, Santa has traded in his sleigh for "The Pool Party Express" and...
September 19, 2009 - 9:01am
These are a few (more) of my favorite things
I don’t have immediate plans to leave Louisville, despite vague fantasies of spending a year in New York City and a more persevering dream of moving to Paris. But if my husband and I were to pack up and leave our town, whether for a small burg or international city, there are things I’d really miss...