July 28, 2014 - 11:36am
We already know bourbon is awesome. Now it's time to spread the word.
DiRoNA, or Distinguished Restaurants of North America, is a nonprofit organization that certifies restaurants of the highest caliber based on criteria such as a
January 15, 2013 - 12:36pm
Would you like to buy a box of Girl Scout Cookies?
Every January 1st, Girl Scouts break out of the woodwork and face the world as they attempt to persuade us that we need cookies. It always happens right after the holidays, doesn’t it? Right about the time that we have decided we have had enough of the sweets and the calories. And the extra...
December 3, 2012 - 8:00am
Saturday night saw The Highlands sparkle for the 27th annual Bardstown Road Aglow, where your intrepid fashion writer celebrated her first Aglow outing by judging holiday decorations, followed by snapping a few photos of the night that was.
The Highlands along Bardstown Road, Baxter Avenue and Barret Avenue was the place to be Saturday night for the 27th annual Bardstown Road Aglow, the yearly kick-off to the Christmas season in the Louisville neighborhood occurring on the first Saturday of December. This would also be my first Aglow...
October 2, 2012 - 8:40pm
Aspiring chefs Kendall Knies, Jordyn Moseley, Halie Raymer and Kelsee Newman, will compete against chefs from 56 countries that will be represented in the five-day Olympics.
Four student chefs from Louisville’s Sullivan University are headed for Erfut, Germany, on Friday, to compete in the World Culinary Olympics. Today they met with Mayor Greg Fischer, who wished the students a bon voyage, and remarked, "I can't tell you how much I brag about out...
May 22, 2012 - 5:09am
Superchef’s Breakfast location is not ideal, and not easy to find. Located at 2317 Brownboro Road in a building they share with Chicago Gyro’s six days a week from 5:30-11am and Sundays until 4pm, you literally have to know they’re making breakfast inside to know that they are open. Since they opened on May3rd, they simply haven’t had the opportunity to keep up with their co-tenants signage, but once you try the food, you’ll surely be back for more and will have much for fun studying the menu rather than a map.
Love breakfast, but heard of everything in Louisville? I thought I had. Having reached a point of post alarm clock complacency with a cooked egg, some browned meat, and possibly a pastry, I'd grown to believe that breakfast was more of a job rather than the most important meal of...