Lupo Brings Wood-Fired Craft Pizza to Butchertown

There are some restaurants worth writing home about, and then there are the places that you write to the whole internet about. Lupo is one of the latter. Last week we stumbled into Lupo, Butchertown’s newest pizzeria and Italian restaurant, with no expectations and only the slightest idea about what we were about to experience. […]

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Change – It’s Happening Here

In the past couple weeks I’ve written a lot about change in Louisville, both the change that is taking place and the change that still needs to happen. For many people it’s hard to recognize the positive change in our world due to the looming future. And they wonder “who is going to bring change […]

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Shelby Park: Reviving Their Heritage

The foundation of the past still lies as a hopeful catalyst for the future. To understand the Shelby Park Neighborhood one has to understand its history. What made it tick in its early days over 150 years ago? Was it always the neighborhood outsiders view it as today? To answers these questions time has left […]

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Bringing Back Portland

When the average Louisville resident thinks of the Portland neighborhood they imagine rundown houses, drug addicts, and empty streets. Portland residents on the other hand see a neighborhood rich with history that has been built by a diverse working class.

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The Highlands’ Highlights

Where small town meets big city and the hip meets the old, you have the Highlands. The dense neighborhood  is home to some of Louisville’s most timeless gems.  Victorian homes and charmed shotgun houses snug up together in the streets between Barret Ave. and Bardstown Rd. The Highlands gets its rep for its posh-rusty bars and […]

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