Money Matters | What to Expect as an Executor or Trustee

What to Expect as an Executor or Trustee Being asked to serve as an executor or a trustee for an estate is certainly an honor, but it’s also a considerable responsibility. And knowing and understanding those responsibilities can help you be prepared. Many people don’t realize what they are taking on and all the duties…Read More


Money Matters | Debt Management Solutions

Michelle Floyd, CFP, Financial Consultant Debt Management Solutions Balancing debt repayment with investing goals takes some strategy and planning. Some consider investing as a first line of defense while paying down debt as a second. The debt dilemma The process for eliminating debt is anything but an easy-to-solve financial equation. Many people wonder if they…Read More


River City Winery Crab Cakes

By Angie Fenton Photo by Josh Keown One of my favorite date or girls night spots is River City Winery, which is located in the historic Baer Building in downtown New Albany. Owner Gary Humphrey restored the building and opened to the public in 2009 – and there are plenty of reasons why his business…Read More

Photo by Jenny Branson

When Politics Get Personal (And Getting Fit Turns Political)

By Angie Fenton This is not a political column. That needs to be said upfront. I grew up in a household where talking about politics was rarely, if ever, a topic discussed out loud, and I am still more comfortable listening to political views as opposed to divulging my own and engaging in political talk….Read More

Little Man in a Big Sports World Columnist Jim Biery.

Sports: The Mirror of Life

By Jim Biery If you’re a sports fan already, you will completely understand what I’m about to write. If you know nothing about sports, please read on and maybe I can explain why grown men wear other grown men’s uniforms and jerseys during the big game. I will admit that I don’t understand why wearing…Read More


UofL Hosts TYR Derby Pro Swim Meet

The University of Louisville Swim and Dive Team hosts the third annual TYR Derby Pro Swim Meet April 26 to 28. The weekend will consist of a Drowning Prevention Clinic at Ralph Wright Natatorium, a silent auction and dinner and the meet itself. The emcee for the event this year is 6-time Olympic gold medalist…Read More


I Must Have Flowers

By Morgan Sprigler Always Umbrella Wreath Oh, hello spring readers! Raise your hand if this is your favorite time of year. I love all of the seasons for myriad reasons, but spring just feels so special. New beginnings, new blooms, fresh, clean air (insert deep yoga breath). When thinking of my DIY craft for this…Read More


Lincoln Amphitheatre Seeking Volunteers

The Lincoln Amphitheatre is seeking volunteers for its 2018 performance series. Roles and responsibilities could vary from show to show, but primary areas the venue needs assistance are as ticket scanners and ushers. For their efforts, selected volunteers will receive a Lincoln Amphitheatre staff shirt, as well as free and discounted ticketing opportunities to all…Read More


Louisville Zoo Hosts Party for the Planet

The Louisville Zoo is throwing its annual bash for the Earth: Party for the Planet: A Month-Long Celebration of the Earth, powered by Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company. The month of April will feature special activities including zoo keeper presentations, a regional art contest for students, $8.25 admission on April 29…Read More


A Race for the Ages

By Ray Lucas As I grow older, I frequently have a reoccurring conversation about feeling like I’m at least 10 years younger than my actual age indicates. Whenever this topic of age comes up, it appears this is a common experience, as others agree they feel the same way. It seems most of us are…Read More