August 10, 2013 - 2:05pm
Time is running out for back-to-school shopping. Consider shopping your Louisville locals for unique finds this new school year.
A few days ago I announced how there was quite a bit of summer left for you to enjoy wit
February 12, 2013 - 12:15pm
Taste Fine Wines and Bourbons offers great prices, quality drinks and a cool atmosphere.
NuLu is home to many new restaurants and boutiques, one of which is Taste Fine Wines and Bourbons who recently celebrated their one year anniversary in the up and coming neighborhood. Located between Hancock and Clay on East Market Street, Taste sits right in the heart of the trolley hop zone...
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
Today we profile Lotsa Pasta, a local business around for 30 years next month, and one that the family that owns it is very proud of.
I tell the majority of the folks that I sit down with to interview for these local entrepreneur profiles that one of the main inspirations for the series is the fact that, in many discussions with business people around the area, I kept hearing a repeating theme of how bad business was, or how down...
December 13, 2011 - 5:05pm
Today we profile Louisville Trivia, and it's owner Scott Gibson who began his local business in 2010.
What has a teaching and journalism background, but now works in the healthcare field? That would be Scott Gibson, owner of Louisville Trivia. A self-proclaimed dork who was looking for an outlet for his creative side, Scott began brainstorming business ideas a few years ago. The...
December 12, 2011 - 10:47pm
The first in a series of profiles showcasing Louisville businesses and entrepreneurs. This week we focus on New2Lou, an organization determined to help people from outside of Louisville feel like they've lived here their whole lives.
Welcome to Louisville, its a great place to live, work, and play. That's the message being touted by New2Lou, a social organization designed for transplants to Louisville who are looking for people to connect with, new places to try, and how to get involved in the community. I had...