Getting Down to Business: Cellar Door Chocolates Start-Up Success
Girl Scouts Cookie-inspired desserts that support confidence and science.
The tastiest and most inventive chocolate creations from all over Louisville.
Chocolate and bourbon and Olympic dinners, oh my!
It's Valentine's Day - time to get treats for that special someone! What better place to go than Louisville's own Cellar Door Chocolates? Read on to find out about their holiday offerings.
The Holidays are coming, and you need chocolate. Why not find the best in town?
Looking for high-quality Halloween candy to splurge on? Cellar Door Chocolates has you covered.
The Frazier History Museum hosted Girls Night Out with “Diana. The event included mini-massages, eye makeup makeovers, tarot card readings, palm readings, royal jewelry, photo booths appetizers and chocolates.
The saying “Everything tastes better with bacon” was put to the test as Hammerheads Restaurant was ultimately crowned the “Bacon King” for the second consecutive year. The 2012 Bacon Ball hosted by the Louisville Visual Art Association promised a “mixed media culinary delight night of booty shakin’, art making Bacon Ball extravaganza” and they certainly spent the evening gettin' piggy with it.
On Thursday, October 20, 2011 Ella Burnside, a seventeen year old, Louisville high-school senior put together an amazing event called Taking on Goliath which benefited Joyful Heart Foundation. What started her freshmen year at Christian Academy as a writing assignment has transpired into her passion and mission for Joyful Heart Foundation.
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