Life & Style2022-09-07T14:27:49-04:00

Local Comedian Holly Lynnea Gets Her Time to Shine

“I admire George Carlin, Richard Pryor and Whoopi Goldberg because of their honesty about their pain. I also appreciate the delivery styles of Robert Klein, Chris Rock and Wanda Sykes. I loved Dick Gregory for his truth,” says comedian Holly Lynnea. By Tiffany White | Photos by Lola Scott Ready for some laughs? Louisville native Holly Lynnea has plenty to give you for her upcoming performance where she will be opening for Chelsea Handler at the Louisville Palace next month. Holly, who has been on the comedy circuit for 11 years, has toured [...]

By |March 29, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Life & Style|

In the Kitchen with Damaris: Meat-Free Southern Cuisine

In a new show filmed in her Highlands home, chef Damaris Phillips and her vegetarian husband showcase the seemingly impossible: mouth-watering southern dishes made without meat. Hungry yet? By Damaris Phillips | Photos submitted We started filming my first in-the-kitchen cooking show, Southern At Heart, right here in Kentucky in 2013. Fast forward nearly a decade and I am ready to invite people back into my kitchen for a new show, Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy. Many aspects are still the same. We make comfort food. There is still a bit of improv singing as [...]

By |March 25, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Life & Style|

Backstage Pass: Spring Arts Guide

This season, take in the sights and sounds of all the great performances happening in our city. By Gioia Patton/Arts Insider Pictures from Pieces – Quilts from the Eleanor Bingham Miller Collection Speed Art Museum Pictures from Pieces celebrates the recent, generous gifts of 10 American quilts from Louisville’s Eleanor Bingham Miller. Eleanor began collecting quilts — particularly those made by Kentucky women — in the 1980s. The inspiration for this came from her work as one of the co-founders of the Kentucky Quilt Project, a landmark program devoted to documenting Kentucky quilts, their histories, [...]

By |March 25, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Life & Style|

Seeing Green

The Green Building, located in the East Market District, was built using eco-friendly materials and operates off of renewable energy systems. Louisville’s path toward developing a sustainable community has been rocky, but advocates are boldly stepping forward to make powerful changes that will stick. By Mary Chellis Nelson | Photos by Sarah Lyon Sustainability is boasted just about everywhere these days. Fashion brands tout their use of recycled fabrics and worker-friendly manufacturing practices. Grocery chains outline their efforts. Following the 2021 COP26 United Nations climate summit, corporations have flocked to hire sustainability experts. [...]

By |March 11, 2022|Life & Style|

A New Leaf

The University of Louisville Volleyball Team in Eco-Friendly Fashion Styled and written by Christine Fellingham | Photos by Kylene White | Hair and makeup by Jill Higginbotham and Mariah Sanchez for J Michael’s Spa & Salon Green thinking is redefining how we dress. From sustainable fabrics to recycled materials and thrift-store chic, there’s a shift away from overconsumption towards ecologically-aware wardrobe building. Eager to support this new fashion philosophy, we shopped local for eco-chic looks, then headed to our own rain forest at The Louisville Zoo for a nature-inspired fashion shoot. And, because their generation [...]

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