Bringing Art to Her Beer

Bringing Art to Her Beer

Leah Dienes wasn’t always a beer drinker. In fact, when she turned 21 she preferred bourbon. “When I was in college, I could only afford to drink one beer when I went out with my friends, and I didn’t even like it,” Leah says. “But after college, I began to develop a...
Molly Owens: Switching to a Gluten-Free Diet

Molly Owens: Switching to a Gluten-Free Diet

By Ashli Findley It was a little over two years ago when Molly Owens was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, an autoimmune disease and intolerance to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. When gluten is consumed, the body attacks itself, resulting in the...
How She Promotes Peace

How She Promotes Peace

By Holly Hinson Cory Lockhart was only 3 years old when she first traveled internationally. Since that time, the teacher, writer, public speaker, and peacemaker has visited and performed on-the-ground human rights and charity work in a number of countries, including...
Best Bodies: Terri Weber

Best Bodies: Terri Weber

TERRI WEBER AGE 60 JOB Investor Relations Manager, Greater Louisville Inc. WORKOUT SPOTS Jewish Community Center, Seneca Park, and the Parklands PASSION I was not always fit. After my divorce, I started playing tennis but also started drinking. Finally with the...
Why I Eat This Way: And How Much Better I Feel

Why I Eat This Way: And How Much Better I Feel

By Ashli Findley One of 26-year-old Melissa Copeland’s favorite things to do is try new restaurants with her husband Jordan. Ironically, it’s food that she’s had to be much more cautious of since being diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) in September 2016....
After an ADHD Diagnosis

After an ADHD Diagnosis

By Megan M. Seckman Henry was never a stereotypically easy child. According to his mother, Scheri Mullins, he was excessively energetic and prone to tantrums. Although highly curious and intelligent (he learned to read before kindergarten), he wasn’t particularly...