The city’s first commercial brewers weren’t German, according to local beer historians Peter Guetig and Conrad Selle; they were Britons named Ainslie, Metcalfe and Nuttall, and their ale-making breweries — opened circa 1830 — were located between Sixth and Seventh streets north of Market. (East Coast breweries preceded them by two decades.)
Like a slice of old Europe delivered to Kentucky, the Anchorage Cafe takes a rustic approach to menu-making.
The place was packed, everybody ready to hear me tell a story. Yes, me. I was at Headliners Music Hall to participate in the Moth, a live storytelling event that started in New York in the late 1990s and recently made its way to Louisville. The theme that night, which I knew ahead of time, was “neighborhoods.”
A list of the top 11 Louisville area beer festivals for 2012.
The only thing that can stop you from enjoying this browned-and-braised rib dish is a fear of reading recipes.
The Lower Brownsboro Road corridor is lined with a motley assortment of businesses, from a car wash to a quick check-cashing establishment to fast-food joints. Nestled in among the collection is I ♥ Sushi & Teriyaki (2017 Brownsboro Road, 893-8226).
Falls City Pale Ale, with its smooth yeastiness and nice blend of malt and hops, has me going through 64-ounce growlers faster than I really should.
It's been two months since Men's Health Magazine determined that Louisville is a dark-clouded "frown town" -- the fifth-saddest of 100 selected U.S. cities, based on unemployment and suicide rates, antidepressants use per capita, and number of people confessing to feeling down all or most of the time. Is the loss of Jerry Abramson as mayor to blame?
If most of the city is snowed in, Tracy Hodges is out -- salting and plowing the roads. A up close look at one of the most important winter jobs in Louisville, snow plowing, and one of the women responsible for it: Tracy Hodges.
Piano at eight. Violin at 10. By 11, Cheyenne Marie Mize’s uncle had taught her “Sweet Home Alabama” on guitar. The list now includes banjo, autoharp, dulcimer. A look at the life of local musician Cheyenne Marie Mize.
Celebrate February's issue of Louisville Magazine at Loft 123 Patrick O'Shea's.
Josh Moss takes a look at Louisvillian musician: Verity Jones of Vice Tricks and Cahoots.