Making an Event Fun Instead of Stressful

Making an Event Fun Instead of Stressful

By Bella Portaro-Kueber Victoria Staton gives couples a chance to enjoy the wedding planning process. Photo by Aubrey Hillis Great! You’re getting married soon! Now what? All you need is love — and a wedding planner. Walking through the early planning stages can be...
She’s Helping Someone Start Over

She’s Helping Someone Start Over

By Carrie Vittitoe We featured Kena Young in the print magazine in December, but wanted to share a more detailed story of how she supports people in need. Sometimes the best ideas seem to rise out of thin air. Maybe they are divinely inspired or an idea you read or...
Who’s Taking All Those Photos?

Who’s Taking All Those Photos?

By Bella Portaro-Kueber In today’s age of modern technology we’re all iPhoneographers. We take photos with our smartphones and share them with the world on our favorite social media platforms. One such platform — Instagram — has grown to over 700 million active users...
Creating a Dance That Fits Her Life

Creating a Dance That Fits Her Life

By Marie Bradby After a day of teaching ballroom dance — waltz and foxtrot, rumba and cha cha — professional dancer and teacher Lindsey Rutherford doesn’t just go home and relax at her farm in New Albany, Indiana. She rides her horses or her four-wheeler, or she boats...
Her Heart is with the Animals

Her Heart is with the Animals

By Bella Portaro-Kueber  Generous, giving, and humble… These apply, but there are various words to describe Johnna Kelly and her impact on various animal nonprofits in Louisville. From Metro Animal Services to The Animal Care Society, Johnna does what she can,...