No Picture
News

A Beer with the Brewer: Nick Landers

January 19, 2018 superuser 0

Asked to choose a beer for us to sip while chatting, Nick Landers takes a moment before offering up Festbier, a classic Oktoberfest lager. As to why he chose that one, he says, “Because I like it, and because I need to get rid of it.” To no one in particular, he says, “I’m waiting […]

[…]

No Picture
News

ICYMI: A Saturday roundup of Insider’s top stories

January 19, 2018 superuser 0

From the closing of Asiatique to word that another senior executive at Papa John’s has stepped down, here are Insider’s top stories this week. Asiatique closes after 24 years A year in the life of a restaurant is like a year of life for a pet, the translation from a calendar year isn’t one-to-one. For […]

[…]

No Picture
News

7 Questions With … poet, speaker and author Hannah L. Drake

January 18, 2018 superuser 0

Louisvillian Hannah L. Drake wears many hats — author, poet, spoken-word artist, blogger, storyteller, activist — and underneath each one is an important message. Drake has written two novels and six poetry books and has spoke at dozens of events around Louisville and beyond. She champions for the Smoketown neighborhood, where her father was born […]

[…]

No Picture
News

In Other News… Kentucky’s first for Medicaid work requirement, Forecastle 2018 lineup, KFC, Lawrence

January 18, 2018 superuser 0

Work it Out: Last Friday, Kentucky became the first state to receive approval from the Trump administration to place a work requirement for Medicaid benefits, says USA Today, New York Magazine, The Washington Post and TIME. The Medicaid waiver requires able-bodied adults to complete 20 hours a week of “community engagement,” defined as work, pair […]

[…]

No Picture
News

The Closing Bell: Logan Street Market seeks vendors; Access Ventures, app to offer grants to artists; Chef Lee starts nonprofit; and more

January 18, 2018 superuser 0

Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend — a roundup of stories that can’t wait till Monday. Logan Street Market seeking vendors, construction could start soon Construction on an open-air market in Shelby Park could begin as early as next month, according to […]

[…]

No Picture
News

Want to build your network and feel truly connected to your community?

January 18, 2018 superuser 0

Then stop trading business cards and experience Focus Louisville to make meaningful professional connections. Thousands of leaders in the region have built valuable relationships and expanded their options for community leadership through the Leadership Louisville Center’s 2 ½ day program. With over 6,000 alumni since 1985, Focus Louisville continues to receive rave reviews with participants […]

[…]

1 2 3 14