A Tribute to Lara MacGregor

In 2018 as part of our Most Admired Woman winner photo shoots, Lara MacGregor sits among hundreds of scarves — ready to be sent to cancer patients — at the Hope Scarves office in St. Matthews. We are mourning the loss of Hope Scarves founder Lara MacGregor, who died on January 18 from metastatic breast cancer. She was 45. By Tiffany White Lara MacGregor spent her career in nonprofits and fundraising. While she longed to start her own nonprofit, she never dreamed her own cancer journey would be the impetus that made it [...]

By |2022-01-27T13:01:16-05:00February 1, 2022|Community & Sisterhood, Digital Exclusives|

The February Issue Is Out!

Jessi and Bilal Powell, former University of Louisville and New York Jets running back, just celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary. With their two children Nya, (7), and Tavis, (9), they have re-settled in Louisville after Bilal's retirement from a successful career with the Jets. The pair reflect on their longevity and their family life in our Love, Sex, and Hormones issue. Styling: Christine Fellingham | Photo: Kylene White | Hair and Makeup: Autumn Sharp In our February issue, love is in the air as we explore the multiple aspects of relationships — the [...]

By |2022-02-01T03:35:33-05:00February 1, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Featured|

Fresh Eats

Improving your eating habits has become easier! These four local restaurants serve up healthy, flavorful superfoods and drinks your tastebuds will love. By Heidi Potter  |  Photos by Kylene White and Melissa Donald CoreLife Eatery offers healthy options such as this Tuna Poke Fire Warm Rice Bowl. You can customize any bowl ingredients to your liking. Southwest Grilled Chicken Bowl. Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts. CoreLife Eatery  |  9365 Viking Center Dr, Louisville, KY, (502) 709-7131  |  1225 Veterans Way, Clarksville IN, (812) 670-5680 With two locations in metro Louisville [...]

By |2022-01-26T18:54:18-05:00January 28, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Health & Wellness|

A Calming Drift

Kim Hannan’s turning point came when she realized she hadn’t made her health the top priority. Now, she is embracing a new life of self-care and showing others how to let their stress float away. By Carrie Morrison Shoaf    |  Photos by Kylene White Kim Hannan had a hard choice to make and was at a crossroads at the end of 2017: throw her successful career out the window to build a brand new, unproven vocation in New Albany, Indiana, or uproot her family for a guaranteed lucrative move to Chicago? The Fortune 500 [...]

By |2022-01-26T17:55:21-05:00January 27, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Health & Wellness, Money & Career|

Work It, Girl: Reclaiming Her Life

Amy Coriell, 50, of Charlestown, Indiana, had knee replacement surgery in her 30s, and since then had struggled with her weight and her exercise regimen.   When Amy Coriell’s health problems began interfering with her quality of life, she devised a plan for getting back on the right track. Now she is stronger, healthier and happier. By Carrie Vittitoe  |  Photo by Kylene White For some people, their bodies make it more challenging to be physically active. Amy Coriell, 50, of Charlestown, Indiana, was born with a knee condition that, despite many surgeries [...]

By |2022-01-25T14:09:27-05:00January 26, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Health & Wellness|

Work It, Girl: Going the Distance

From left, elementary school teacher Ashley Fortson and accountant Katie Rajchel of Jeffersonville, Indiana, are lifelong friends on a quest to run a mini-marathon in every state in the United States. With their next race this February in Las Vegas, they will mark Nevada off their list. Cross Country Running Takes on a New Meaning for These 2 Childhood Friends By Carrie Vittitoe  |  Photos by Kylene White Jeffersonville, Indiana, residents Ashley Fortson and Katie Rajchel met in middle school and became best friends in high school, but the fitness part of their [...]

By |2022-01-27T11:38:09-05:00January 25, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Health & Wellness|
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