Celebrate February's issue of Louisville Magazine at Loft 123 Patrick O'Shea's.
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.
Josh Moss takes a look at Louisvillian musician: Verity Jones of Vice Tricks and Cahoots.
A look at the life of local musician Meg Samples.
If you've been to a local concert lately, you've probably noticed the same thing we have: It's the female musicians who are rocking our world. The Ladybirds, Shimmy Shimmy Dang! album release party at headliners, Sept.9, 2011.
Fried meets low-cal fresh in this shrimp dish loaded with textures and tastes: one writer's suggestion for a healthy yet delicious recipe: Crispy Shrimp with Ginger-Citrus Sauce on Toasted Israeli Couscous.
"Nom nom" is Internet onomatopoeia, a phrase describing someone noisily and blissfully devouring a mouthful of food. (It's a possible transcription of Cookie Monster's chewing, paired with pictures of cute bunnies or a drunken David Hasselhoff.) If you're anything like me, it's definitely the way you'll be pronouncing David Truong's Nam Nam Cafe -- or at least the sound you'll make with some of his simple and sensational Vietnamese dishes.
Dining Out: Restaurants & Reviews: A look at the history behind the Silver Dollar.
A look at the man behind The Leatherhead: Nick Boone
Start the New Year off right with Louisville Magazine as we celebrate our January issue and Louisville Bride at the Tumbleweed on the Waterfront January 4, 2012!
Whatever started the backing-and-forthing between Louisville's Rick Pitino and Kentucky's John Calipari--a rumor spread on the recruiting trail? questionable gamesmanship during a Final Four matchup? coiffure envy? -- doesn't matter anymore.
… and still owns the rights to it. Seriously. Those copycats at the NCAA didn’t coin everything with their made-for-television hoopla, their Final Fours and Elite Eights.