March 7, 2012 - 3:23pm
Itchy eyes? check...congestion? check...seasonal beers? check
Around this time of season each year a few things start happening - March Madness gets into swing, I start feeling congestion and itchy eyes from my allergies, and Spring seasonal beers start appearing. Two of these three things make me happy, but I'll leave it up to you to consider the...
July 29, 2012 - 6:53pm
Walking is the bargain basement of the fitness world. It’s easy, affordable and doesn’t require fancy equipment. “All you need is pair of good shoes, motivation and an interesting place to walk,” says Angela Hollingsworth, who led walking groups for years as a health educator for Metro Louisville.
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July 29, 2012 - 6:53pm
Most of us won’t mind the passing weather so much, but the big temperature adjustment is expected to make people complain.• Current radar
After two very warm days in Kentuckiana, a strong cold front will be sweeping its way through the region, bringing with it a good chance for thunderstorms and severe weather. Severe weather is defined by surface wind gusts exceeding 50 knots (60 m.p.h.), or hail size exceeding three quarters of an...
November 5, 2010 - 9:00am
It's that time of year again... yes, time to ask yourself why Flavor Flav wears that clock strapped around his neck. Well, not so much, but what if I told you it's for Flavor Flav to remind you to Spring your clocks forward and Fall your clocks back an hour each year? Yeah, I wouldn't believe me either. Find out when to turn your clocks back this Fall and why he wears that silly clock.
It's that time of year again... yes, time to ask yourself why Flavor Flav wears that clock strapped around his neck. Well, not so much, but what if I told you it's for Flavor Flav to remind you to Spring your clocks forward and Fall your clocks back an hour each year? Yeah, I wouldn't believe me...
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
Porcini, a Louisville dining destination for 18 years, has a new General Manager, Jenny Vice. She brings some new ideas, but knows she already has a pretty good thing goin'.
Porcini has been an elite member of Louisville's dining scene for 18 years. I recently had an opportunity to sit down with their new General Manager, Jenny Vice, to discuss some of the things she plans to bring to the restaurant (without losing sight of what has made them so successful).