Last December I moved to Germantown, a pragmatist’s utopia of shotgun homesteads, neighborhood bars, bike-ability, urban gardens and minimalist charm, conveniently nestled between the Highlands and Old Louisville.
Norton Commons is a New Urbanist development that straddles the Jefferson/Oldham county line.
“I really don’t want to cut the grass anymore. I’m so tired of cutting grass." That’s one of the promises of urban life: a maintenance-free home in a walkable place with no yard work.
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Spending a day, or two, or three, with Sandy Gulick would be exhausting if it weren't so damn much fun.
Ever heard of pollution-free grass cutting?
Inheriting a home from your parents is not unusual. Inheriting one that stretches back through six generations of your family is.
Flea Off Market
Yum Center gets a full helping of Red Hot Chili Peppers
A cold, implacable drizzle had turned our palms into soggy prunes by noon. My friends and I were in the Infield as always, on a knoll that slopes, then slightly rises, toward that familiar bank of aqua-colored portable toilets.
A bit of advice: If you're six feet tall and 165 pounds, you might not want to set your hopes on being a jockey.
Of all the red-letter occasions local trainer Dale Romans considers worth celebrating, none comes close to the thought of winning Derby Day.