Summertime means the return of RYE on Market’s free Back Porch Sessions. RYE, a restaurant located on Market Street in NuLu, is all about using seasonal produce from local farms and has been hosting the city on their back porch since June 2012. But this year they’re trying something new.
The Parlour is serving up pizza hot and fresh in Jeffersonville, Indiana, brought to you by the same group behind Portage House. The pizzeria sits at the foot of the Big Four Bridge in the historic Duffy-Hancock House.
Chef Loreal Gavin aka “The Butcher Babe” was the May speaker at Connecting Things, a small monthly gathering for creatives. She was kind enough to bring along some of her delicious pastries and several copies of her new cookbook, “The Butcher Babe Cookbook: Comfort Food Hacked by a Classically Trained Chef.” Her book is available on Amazon and at other major retailers.
The last Thursday of every month, Chris Vititoe and Mandee McKelvey turn Decca’s cellar into a “cave for secrets.” The pair co-hosts a storytelling series that originated in Chicago, “We Still Like You.” “WSLY” bills itself as an opportunity to tell stories from your past that “make you feel weird” to a room full of “friendly strangers” – Trust me, it’s a lot of fun and a great way to see some of Louisville’s funniest comedians out of their element.
If you ask Keith Nash what he’s most proud of in life, he’d probably tell you his 5-year-old daughter; she starts kindergarten this fall. Close second? The street wear fashion line he launched with his close friend James Ray. Beyond the Pen, established in 2012, is also turning 5 this year. The two dropped their winter collection, “Olive Branch,” in January.
For most of her adult life, Morgan Haley had been holding her breath. Haley, known as the “Southern Yogi” to her 361,000 Instagram followers, dedicated 10 years of her life to competitive swimming with the goal of making it to the Olympics, “In swimming you hold your breath… I was doing the only sport where you actually can’t breathe.”
Midway through a Level Up Louisville floral watercolors class led by Lauren Dahl, who happens to be an elementary school art teacher, I look up and think, “This feels like adult kindergarten – in a good way.”
Forty-five minutes outside of Louisville, in the aptly named Mt. Eden, sits 90-acres of bliss known as Black Rooster Farm.
Get your jam on at the Speed on Saturday, July 22 for the museum’s “Southern Sounds: Women in Contemporary Southern Music” festival.
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Say yes to the dress, the venue, the caterer, the photographer and more at Louisville’s first interactive wedding show! You’re cordially invited to join Made Weddings at the Henry Clay Sunday, August 20 from 2:30 to 6 p.m. for a full-scale mock wedding ceremony, cocktail hour and reception.
William Boles has made a career out of make-believe. Boles is the set designer for Actors Theatre’s upcoming production of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches” and “Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika,” opening August 31 and September 21, respectively.
eanie B. Kahnke, senior director of public relations and external affairs for the Muhammad Ali Center, says that she believes “people were surprised by how loved [Ali] was,” which is why the city of Louisville is coming together like never before this summer for a six-week “I Am Ali” festival.
A few weeks ago, I paid a visit to Acting Against Cancer’s new black box theatre at ArtSpace during a rehearsal for their upcoming production of rock musical “tick, tick…BOOM!” by Jonathan Larson. It is the only other musical by Larson, whose preeminent work is a little show you may have heard of: “RENT.”
Hello, spring! Spring time in Louisville is here and gone before you know it. To fully enjoy these blissful few weeks of warm weather without the oppressive humidity – grab your sunnies and get to brunch on one of the best patios in the city.