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Fond of Louisville: Why We Love Benedictine

The Seasoned Cynic's Green Goddess Benedictine.Why We Love BenedictineA quick Google search doesn’t often lead to the discovery of a role model, yet three words lured me into an obsessive hunt for information about a Louisville woman who was famous during her lifetime...

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Contain the Floral Explosion

We took our cutting shears into our backyards to gather some greenery and blooms that can work alone or together with some grocery store flowers. We added in some unusual containers to produce beautiful results.Bloom and SparkleKeep your water clear and your blooms...

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Being Authentic Online

Emily Ho’s blog, Authentically Emmie, is much more than a simple web journal. A plus-size woman who writes about body positivity, plus-size fashion, and life in general, Emily is also a marketer, newlywed, and philanthropist with a passion for authenticity.

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Bringing Spring into your Food

Derby Ham Sliders Bringing spring into your food makes for an infusion to involve all your senses. Today’s Woman took some local, spring produce into the kitchen to prepare menu ideas for your gathering. Derby Ham Sliders Take your sandwiches to a new Derby level with...

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Just Ask Joyce: How will I know when I’m suitable for someone else to love?

I recently got divorced and want to get back into a relationship, but I’m not sure I would be a good partner for anyone. My self-esteem was very damaged in my 15-year marriage. I know everything wasn’t my fault, but I am one of those people who tends to take on all the blame. I wish I was anyone else but me. How will I know when I’m suitable for someone else to love?

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Plan an Overnighter in Louisville

Sit down in the dining room with the record-shaped tables and large selection of albums to choose from to set the mood.Crosley turntables, bourbon, and horse racing. These are a few of the themes indigenous to the River City you will see throughout Guesthouse on...

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Take a Quick Trip: 48 Hours in Sedona

For my 40th birthday this year, I wanted the opposite of a party: serenity, outdoor adventure, and introspection. So my husband and I packed our carry-ons and headed to Sedona, Arizona — the West’s most spiritual city and, according to the Sedona Tourism Board, one of the most beautiful places on earth. And after spending just one weekend there, I concur.

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This Trip Brews Excitement

As a resident of Germantown and member of the German-American Club of Louisville, Meredith Grisanti, 29, is no stranger to the lavish fun of Oktoberfest. Giant steins of beer, lederhosen, and polka music? She’s been there and done that, and eins, zwei, drei, g’suffa’d (one, two, three, guzzled) with the city’s best Germanophiles. So when her husband, Alan, proposed a trip to Bavaria to experience the real thing, she said, “Ja, bitte!”

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I Am Not Limiting My Self

“The different phases you go through in life are interesting. Each one is meant to give you a different lesson, so this past year was one that I focused on to figure out what the next part of my life looks like. I’m excited because I know that it’s limitless.” Who...

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Love Does Not = Peace

Q:  “Love is driving me crazy! I’ve been with my fiancé for 10 years. He’s left me eight times, then immediately begs me to take him back. There is never anyone else involved. We love each other desperately but can’t seem to get over the small hurdles. He has a...

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