July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
The economy may be rebounding, but it has left many bruised bank accounts in its wake. With vacation season fast approaching, what's a frugal family to do? Never fear, for Louisville.com is here to help! We may not be able to bestow you with large sacks of cash, but we can help you horde your own while still having the relaxing and rejuvenating experience you crave. How? The answer, my friend, is to take a staycation.
Staycationing is not a new phenomenon, though we've only recently slapped a name to it. Most simply, it's a vacation spent either at or near your home. As opposed to far from your home. For more on near versus far, consult Grover. For more on staycationing, keep reading.
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Porcini, a Louisville dining destination for 18 years, has a new General Manager, Jenny Vice. She brings some new ideas, but knows she already has a pretty good thing goin'.
Porcini has been an elite member of Louisville's dining scene for 18 years. I recently had an opportunity to sit down with their new General Manager, Jenny Vice, to discuss some of the things she plans to bring to the restaurant (without losing sight of what has made them so successful).
July 29, 2012 - 8:03pm
This damn snow keeps hanging around, but let me paint a picture for you from a Germantown summer's perspective. During the grey winter months when the ground is frozen and the deciduous trees are bare, motionless, and dormant, I often find myself daydreaming of plush summers. Summers that blow the captivating mulberry tree's breeze passed our nostrils, while its fruit speckle stains the walkways of our backyards...
During the grey winter months when the ground is frozen and the deciduous trees are bare, motionless, and dormant, I often find myself daydreaming of plush summers. Summers when the stench of the stockyards has crept its way abnormally further than usual, and peaked its putrid head far across the...
July 29, 2009 - 6:52am
Don’t have the pocket money to while away the summer in coffee shops? Make your own iced coffee -- cheap
Though Louisville appears ready to set a record for a first ever sub-90 degree July that doesn’t mean a steaming hot coffee is my preferred morning – or afternoon – beverage. I’ve been drinking iced coffee since I was a kid and my grandma made frozen coffee slushies for me and it seems iced coffee...