Thursday, May 26, 2016

Relax with this Sea Salt Glow from Frankfort Avenue Massage!


Looking to relax and unwind after all the Derby festivities this month? We’re giving away a 90-minute Sea Salt Glow worth $120 at Frankfort Avenue Massage to one lucky winner!

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Have Knee Problems? Pilates May Be the Answer

By Brigid Morrissey


Lindsey Winkler's experience as a Pilates instructor is a great compliment to her Flamenco dancing.  She dances with a Fresian horse named Meindert at the World Horse Expo in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.



Whether it’s a Flamenco dance with horses or her engagement to her Cuban fiancĂ©, there is a connection between Pilates and almost every aspect of Lindsey Winkler’s life. Originally from northeast Ohio, Lindsey came to Louisville specifically for instructor training at Pilates Village. Lindsey had every intention of moving back home, but when job offers kept rolling in, she decided to make the move permanent. “There were too many opportunities here, and I love the city,” she says. “It hooked me.” Meeting her future husband here while salsa dancing didn’t hurt, either.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Picking the Right Swimsuit for Your Body Type

By Alissa Hicks


Photos: Melissa Donald 
Top (left) available at Old Navy, $23; Bottoms (left) available at Old Navy, $20; Top (right) available at Old Navy, $20; Bottoms (right) available at Old Navy, $23.



Summer is right around the corner, and when it comes to choosing a swimsuit for the season, it’s easy to become self-conscious. It’s important to think about picking the right swimsuit for your body so you can make sure you’re showing off your best assets. Here’s what to know before buying…

Monday, May 23, 2016

A Fascination With All Things Victorian

By Lucy M. Pritchett

Photos by Patti Hartog


Deborah Lutz admits to having a penchant for things that edge on the creepy. To wit: the framed display of butterfly wings fashioned into a blue and yellow design that hangs on her living room wall. Or the two soft-brown moths, each the size of your palm, that are forever frozen — framed and under glass — that reside in her bedroom.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Her Love of Strings Started Early

By Anna Patterson


Brittany Kotheimer MacWilliams is cultivating a new generation of musicians. Photo by Melissa Donald 


Concertgoers in the crowded theater applaud as you take the stage. Behind you sits a full orchestra, awaiting the conductor’s downbeat. Your dress swishes as you raise your violin to your chin. You are the soloist, the one everyone has come to hear.

Oh, and you are also 10 years old.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

A House Restored: They Saw the Vision of this 1846 House

By Anna Patterson

Photos Melissa Donald 


As the wrought-iron gate swings shut, the door to a beige historic home opens before me. I am greeted by an ecstatic golden Labrador, Major.

I step through the doorway, and splashes of color overwhelm my senses — from the purple neon kitchen banner to the blue-green pelican hanging over the fireplace. The home is filled with sunshine, and I can’t help but smile as I take it all in.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Five Ways To Make Your Loved One Smile



Did you know you can turn caregiving into a more enjoyable experience for you and your loved one? Take the pressure off by lightening your load with these caregiving tips.

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