All the Derby talk got you interested in horses? We interviewed Mary Midkiff a few years back about her routine as an active horse trainer at the time. We loved the mental picture we got reading about her time at the barn as part of her daily routine. Your assistant has … [Read more...] about Love Horses?
Travel and Daytrips
Let’s be honest: Mint juleps aren’t for everyone. We might feel obligated to partake in this official drink of the Derby when we gather together on the first Saturday in May, but this stout, labor-intensive cocktail is rarely at the top of the list of ways we enjoy our … [Read more...] about Beyond the Mint Julep
Derby/Springtime is the best time to strut your stuff in a new dress — ideally, one that shows off your best assets and downplays any areas you’re not so confident about. One common ‘trouble zone’ among women is upper arms. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind while shopping if … [Read more...] about Not Sure About Baring Your Arms?
Many people had a lot of downtime in 2020; so much downtime that they began developing new hobbies and taking up craft projects. The Speed Art Museum’s exhibit Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper, which will run through August 22, 2021, takes the idea of crafting … [Read more...] about Louisville: You Have to see These Costumes (Made out of Paper!)
The Cool Kentucky exhibit at the Frazier History Museum is exactly what it sounds like: information about cool geologic features that exist in the state, cool products that are created within the state, and people who were born in the state and went on to do cool things. “It … [Read more...] about Louisville: Go See “The Cool Kentucky” Exhibit