Thursday, June 22, 2017

What To Do This Weekend

This weekend, watch a battle for the throne in Kentucky Shakespeare's production of Richard II at the C. Douglas Ramey Amphitheater in historic Old Louisville’s Central Park. The play is part of the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, the oldest free Shakespeare festival in the country. This weekend also offers opportunities to admire the beauty of multiple varieties of daylilies (even from a hot air balloon!), bid on a date with a bachelor for a good cause, have some family fun at the track, or catch a movie or free outdoor concerts.

Check out our selections below, and have a great weekend!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

What We Love About Rachelle Starr’s Mission

By Miranda Popp

It’s about more than the renowned pastries, but rather about the mission behind it.

Monday, June 19, 2017

What Connie Leonard is Watching

By Lucy M. Pritchett

Oddly enough, after 20 years reporting the real news for WAVE 3 News, Connie Leonard finds her relaxation and laughs by watching reality TV. Her recurring nightmare is one in which she arrives late and misses the live shot for a broadcast story. She recently changed her work schedule so she can take her daughter to school and be home in time to tuck her in at night. You might be surprised at the person she would like to interview today. Photo by Melissa Donald.

Brooke Vaughn is Keeping It Real

By Lucy Pritchett

She thought she would be baking chocolate chip cookies and selling coffee until retirement. But as Please & Thank You cafés and bakeries expanded, Brooke Vaughn took on a whole new role in the business — ensuring its growth. She says she’s happiest when working on new projects, and she rocks her tattoos proudly. Photo by Melissa Donald.

Carole C. Pfeffer’s Other Talent

By Lucy M. Pritchett

She has served academia her entire career, moving from teaching to administration. If she hadn’t become provost of Bellarmine University, Carole Pfeffer might have tried for a career as a standup comic — or an astronaut.
Her treasured possession is her Lexus convertible, and she lets the top-down breezes blow her troubles away. She is living her motto: Have fun along the way.Photo by Melissa Donald.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Just Ask Joyce: How do you discipline a child who can’t control the reason behind her problem?”

By Joyce Oglesby

Q: “My child has a sensitive food disorder. It’s not detectable to look at her, but if she happens to eat something that triggers the sensitivity, it manifests itself in acting out and even temper tantrums. When I’m in public, I’m often embarrassed at the disruption because people are rude with their looks and sometimes even make critical comments about my parenting. My husband gets frustrated because I don’t want to go out to dinner with or without our child, but I don’t feel comfortable leaving her at home, either. It’s a dilemma. She’s under a doctor’s care, but how do you discipline a child who can’t control the reason behind her problem?”

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