Longtime Lilly's chef Finbar Kinsella has traded in his fine-dining apron to revamp the kitchen at St. Joseph Children's Home.
People tend to have a misconceived reaction at the mention of the word kohlrabi. You may know what it looks like or one way to prepare it, but you also may not know what you're missing.
Have you ever heard somebody say, "Oh, (Insert American city)? That's just like Louisville." Well Austin, Texas often fills that role. Whether it is by population or character, these two cities seem to share a common ground of weirdness.
Chris Fischer started Fischer Productions, which led to Offshore Adventures on ESPN, which led to Shark Men. So how did a landlocked Louisville boy wind up tagging sharks on the high seas?
46-year-old Gill Holland lives in the Highlands and has a Nulu office inside his Green Building, stops for 21 Questions with Louisville Magazine.
His licecnse plate reads JMOOSE, short for "J. Moose Stickingneedle," a moniker bestowed on this soft-spoken 68-year-old by a child who attended one of the embroidery workshops Mallard leads at local schools.
A University of Louisville medical-research team is in the thick of a worldwide race to come up with a cell-replacement cure for the nation's number-one killer: heart disease.
It's been three years since Pleasure Ridge Park High sophomore Max Gilpin died after suffering severe heatstroke at an August football practice. Here's how his parents remember him - and that day.
For the 26th consecutive year, Louisville Magazine presents its readers' choices for the top restaurants, retail stores, personalities and services--complemented by 11 Critics' Choice picks.
The first beer Tyler Trotter ever drank was a Killian's Irish Red on tap at a high school party, and that same night he got drunk off some homebrew a friend had made.
Kevin Harned, 35, started at WAVE in 1998 and became chief meteorologist last September, when John Belski retired.
During many of the years that she edited this magazine, Betty Lou Amster wrote a monthly column signed "Bla." But blah could not have been further from the truth about Betty Lou. She was a Tennessee Williams character.