On The Cover and in the Lab

This dress from House of K Boutique was the perfect pick for our cover model. Photo by Melissa Donald Marie Riggs has come up with a clever idea for helping people improve their health. Read about what she's doing here. Marie is in the winterization lab weighing out the materials necessary for molecular filtration of cannabinoid solutions. Photo by Sunni Wigginton  Marie is preparing a sample for the gas chromatograph to assess the CBD potency in a batch of hemp extract. from Blogger https://todayswomannow.com/2018/05/on-cover-and-in-lab.html

By |2018-05-23T13:22:10-04:00May 8, 2018|Featured|

Three Events to Buy Tickets for This Month

By Gioia Patton/Arts Insider Jessica Lang Dance The Kentucky Center New York-based Jessica Lang Dance is dedicated to creating and performing the work of Jessica Lang (a former dancer with Twyla Tharp), who was hailed as "a master of visual composition" by Dance Magazine. The recipient of a 2014 Bessie Award, Jessica Lang Dance makes its Kentucky Center debut with a repertoire rich with stunning movement, compelling visuals, and beautiful cinematic composition. The program is set to include Lang’s Thousand Yard Stare, a work embodying the incredible pride, honor, and searing loss experienced by military [...]

By |2018-06-21T15:17:49-04:00May 6, 2018|Featured|

Three Events to Buy Tickets For This Month

By Gioia Patton/Arts Insider Giselle Louisville Ballet One of the most beloved and beautiful ballets in the classical canon, Giselle closes the Louisville Ballet’s 2017/18 season. Giselle is the classic tale of love, betrayal, forgiveness, and redemption. It begins with the budding love between Giselle and Albrecht, only to be followed by his heartbreaking betrayal, which drives Giselle mad and sends her to her grave. Ultimately, though, the power of true love prevails, allowing Giselle to forgive Albrecht and save him from death at the hands of Myrtha, the Queen of the Wilis. This adaptation [...]

By |2018-06-21T15:17:49-04:00April 11, 2018|Featured|

Ten Ways (for Seniors) To Supersize Your Social Life

By Torie Temple Being social has taken on a new definition since the advent of social media. But being sociable doesn’t have to mean long hours in front of a computer screen. There are many opportunities to get out and mingle with people who have similar interests right in your neighborhood. Here are ten ways to amp up your social life today. 1. The Jewish Community Center knows how to keep seniors in shape, entertained, and informed with many cultivated programs to suit individual needs. “The Senior Social Club has gone to places like Brown [...]

By |2018-06-21T15:37:40-04:00March 20, 2018|Featured|

Three Events to Buy Tickets For This Month

By Gioia Patton/Arts Insider Men are From Mars – Women are From Venus LIVE! The Kentucky Center This light-hearted one-man fusion of theater and stand-up is based off the book by the same name, a 1992 New York Times #1 best-selling hit by John Gray. The show began in Paris in 2007 and went on to become an Off-Broadway hit before becoming a theatrical success all over the world. Much like its namesake, this show explores the differences between the sexes through a series of vignettes that capture a wide range of relatable topics from [...]

By |2018-06-21T15:17:49-04:00March 6, 2018|Featured|
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