Publisher’s Blog: September 2023

Tawana Bain & Amelia Frazier Living Sisterhood Out Loud Written by Christine Fellingham & Tawana Bain Anyone who knows me– even just a little bit– knows this to be true: “Sisterhood” is not just a word for me. It’s a way of life. I unapologetically surround myself with strong, supportive women who live authentically, show up consistently and are willing to step up and be not just sounding boards but real allies when life gets challenging. There’s no age, race, sexual persuasion that defines these women. It’s authenticity and chemistry. My sisters are [...]

By |2023-10-15T08:40:14-04:00September 9, 2023|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Modern Family: Revisiting the Science Center

Jean West helps cut the ribbon on the Science Center exhibit Uniquely Human. Jean West returned to one of her sons’ favorite weekend destinations as a committee member for a groundbreaking new exhibit. Uniquely Human is a must-see for kids of all ages. Written by Jean West | Photo courtesy of the Kentucky Science Center (Louisville) It was the best deal for families with children. The dual membership to the Louisville Zoo, and the Louisville Science Center. For many years we alternated on weekends, my sons choosing which they wanted to visit when [...]

By |2023-08-24T12:05:08-04:00August 28, 2023|Community & Sisterhood|

Do Some Good This Fall

Charliese Brown Lewis Celebrating their 10th anniversary and a decade of fundraising in Kentucky and Indiana, the annual Give for Good campaign, organized by the Community Foundation of Louisville, makes its return next month. Plan to be part of it. Written by Rana Alsoufi | Provided photo Give for Good is an online giving day event that aims to support local organizations through funding and increased awareness. In the past ten years, the campaign has successfully raised over $50.6 million for local organizations in eight counties in the Kentuckiana region, providing support to [...]

By |2023-08-24T12:04:52-04:00August 25, 2023|Community & Sisterhood|

Making College Dreams Come True

Jacqueline E. Ellis is the college transition coach for the Lincoln Foundation. The Lincoln Foundation has been serving talented, underserved students in the Louisville Metro area for more than 110 years, helping them overcome barriers to higher education and achieve their potential. Written by Tabnie Dozier | Photographed by Bill Wine There’s a program in Kentuckiana that’s going beyond the school walls to make sure that aspiring college students are equipped with the tools necessary to graduate from high school and attend college. The Lincoln Foundation is devoted to identifying talented, underserved students [...]

By |2023-08-24T12:05:50-04:00August 18, 2023|Community & Sisterhood|
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