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With weather warm and hopefully shower-free in Louisville  this Memorial Day weekend, you may be deciding whether to barbeque with the family or hit one of the many events on the schedule for the weekend.  Memorial Day is a time for remembering the contributions of those who have died for our cou...
As you may know, I had a baby in April.  My little Memphis has quickly learned to keep up with me, though as every mother of a newborn knows, there are times when I know to follow her lead.  She has even accompanied me on a few showings.  If "cute" can seal the deal, I will be a billion dollar ag...
  There’s nothing like Spring to bring out the inner homeowner in all of us. Even though housing has had its challenges over the last few years, recent surveys verify that people want to buy homes even if they are not a good short term investment.  So, when someone asks me if it is a good time to...
Now that spring has decided to stay around in Louisville, residents are ready to enjoy  the parks that are such an important part of the city’s design. The parks you know and love in Louisville have a new name: the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks.  Individually named for Indian tribes, the parks wil...
With only few days remaining until the Derby, Louisville is preparing for an influx of visitors for the big race. Though some pre-Derby events have been washed out with recent events, people are flocking into the city. They come for the race but receive a few days of good old Southern charm and m...
Louisville may be soggy from all the rain, but nothing stops the Derby. As we move in the last two weeks before the big event on May 7, the horses are practicing on a drenched Churchill Downs and other festivities are proceeding on schedule. If you have lived in Louisville a while, you know that ...
Did you see and hear the wonder of the Thunder heard in Louisville last night? Thunder Over Louisville, the spectacular airshow and fireworks display that marks the official opening of the Derby Festival, will culminate in the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby on May7th. Held a week earlier tha...
The Kentucky Derby is to Louisville what the Mardi Gras is to New Orleans.  The city is consumed with the May event for several months of the year; in the spring, even if you aren’t particularly interested in horse racing, many of the most exciting Louisville happenings from February on are relat...
With Derby Day approaching on May 7, Louisville is already in full race mode.  You'll hear a lot about the Derby in upcoming blogs, but today, let's address some questions you may have about the race. What is the Kentucky Derby? The Kentucky Derby is an annual horse race held the first Saturday ...
As all of Louisville prepares for the "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports," insiders know that the dress code for the Kentucky Derby includes a hat.  With the Derby a little more than a month away, the race is on as Louisville prepares for the great day and area milliners prepare to dress th...

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