"I wouldn't have become a very important person in the Louisville area if I didn't spread and let them know who I am."
These colorful cocktails are best enjoyed on a patio - at the bar or at your house.
Bourbon, whiskey, Louisville Magazine and good company - what better way to spend your Wednesday night?
A different kind of horse fan.
You won't find his name splashed on any marquees, but local guitarist Pat Lentz tops his trade just the same.
When people talk “brunch,” that’s my point of reference and preference. Save dainty for cocktail hour. Brunch, the portmanteau prince of meals, deserves decadence.
Smitten enough with Lucky's Market to endure driving on Hurstbourne Parkway.
Lake Dreamland, a former southwest Louisville resort built in 1931, was once home to summer cottages. Now? It’s complicated.
“This white guy from Louisville can paint!”
The following is an excerpt from author Bill Doolittle’s "The Kentucky Derby: Derby Fever, Derby Day and the Run for the Roses" which will be released in October by Shircliff Publishing/Carpe Diem Books.
A place with character, full of characters.