It’s time to ring in the new year again, and as always there will be something to do for everyone in Louisville. No matter what your age, or your interests are you are likely to find an event that will … Continue reading New Year’s Eve in Louisville
Listed for sale on December 11, 2013 by Keller Williams Realty Louisville East, this cozy Cape Cod home located on the outskirts of the upper Highlands in the Bon Air neighborhood might be just what you’re looking for. Walking through … Continue reading Highlands Cape Cod Alert: 2420 Hawthorne Ave
As I posted back in December, the restaurant rock stars that started Havana Rumba, Mojito, Burger and Mussel Bar, etc, are opening a small taco joint on Baxter Ave across the street from Papalino’s Pizza. It is now officially open, … Continue reading El Taco Luchador is a Most Delicious Highlands Addition
**NOW OPEN** View a follow-up piece here As disappointing as it was when I found out that I would no longer be able to walk across the street and grab a delicious gourmet grilled cheese from Lil’ Cheezers, I can … Continue reading El Taco Luchador Opening Soon on Baxter Ave
Most can agree that Mid City Mall at 1250 Bardstown Rd in the Highlands needs a change. Not a touch-up. That’s been done. Not lipstick. That’s been done too. I’m talking about a transformation, and a man named Steve Hickerson … Continue reading Mid City Mall Needs an Overhaul
You have probably seen some sort of letter in the mail stating that you’re “pre-approved” for something, whether it’s a loan, a car refinance, or a credit card. Maybe you wanted to buy a house before and the Realtor asked … Continue reading What’s a Pre-approval and Why do I Need One to Buy a House?
If you have seen many of my posts, you will know that this is right up my alley! I love creativity, especially when it involves photos and video. While I wasn’t quite prepared to do something this intricate for Christmas … Continue reading This Family’s Video Christmas Card Wins
It’s incredible to think that not too long ago, the city wanted to tear this thing down. The Tepee at Hogan’s Fountain has been part of the Cherokee Park landscape since 1965 when C.G. Campbell and Sons finished the project … Continue reading Hogan’s Fountain Tepee Getting a New Lid
Waking up early with nothing to do on a dreary Saturday morning is kind of a bummer, but I came across a sweet little gem this morning thanks to Insider Lou. Ben Sollee will performing and signing his new vinyl … Continue reading Ben Sollee at Please and Thank You this morning!
Remember earlier this year? When I wrote something like “Lynn’s Paradise Cafe Closes After 22 Years“. Yeah, well I should have called it then and written it in my original blog post, but I didn’t. Here we are almost a … Continue reading Lynn’s Paradise Cafe to Reopen?