August 9, 2013 - 3:40pm
School is back in session, and it's time to dress the part. Allow Louisville.com to help you and your teen get ready for the new school year with a few appropriate trends for fall 2013.
The buses are making their practice runs, the big box stores have been selling backpacks, notebooks and pencils since late July, and a sense of excitement and/or dread is entering the hearts and mi
December 7, 2012 - 2:00pm
Before the holidays, people are spending their time shopping, eating and cooking. How is a person supposed to decide on an outfit when they are worried about getting work finished, presents bought and wrapped? Have you decided what you are going to wear?
Before the holidays, people are spending their time shopping, eating and cooking. How is a person supposed to decide on an outfit when they are worried about getting work finished, presents bought and wrapped? Have you decided what you are going to wear?These holiday outfit options can be...
September 27, 2012 - 9:00am
Update your closet with five things from Anthropologie, now open in Oxmoor Mall. Take on the town and work in style.
Louisville now has an Anthropologie in the Oxmoor Mall. The store’s parent company Urban Outfitters, opened on Bardstown Road in the summer. The styles of clothes you will find at Anthropologie are very classy, like their customers. Most of their clothes can be worn at work...
September 21, 2012 - 6:17pm
Transition your wardrobe into the next season with three fashionable jackets from Urban Outfitters.
The weather is getting colder, it is almost time to pack those sundresses away, but do not do that just yet. Urban Outfitters on Bardstown Road cures the dress blues, with their new fall clothes. The store has a great selection of jackets and blazers. Throw a jacket over a sundress, if it is still...
June 22, 2011 - 7:00am
Local news for June 22, 2011
Louisville Courier-Journal lays off 50 [Louisville.com]"A clip of Bob Farmer, a Louisville marketing executive running for commissioner of agriculture, was included in an Internet video posted by his opponent, Republican state Rep. Jamie Comer of Tompkinsville.