Freelance professional with more than a decade of experience. Current and former clients include The Courier-Journal, The Voice-Tribune, StyleBlueprint, HONOLULU Magazine, Hawaii Home + Remodeling Magazine, Blackletter Group, LEAD Marketing Agency, and Granted Fundraising.
After taking a brief hiatus from the art world, Sarah Ella Cole once again tapped into her creative side when she created art for her son's school auction. Meet this talented Southern artist, and find out how you can win a piece of her art.
Holly and Kevin Sadowski felt they had sufficient square footage in their four-bedroom, center hall colonial-style home for their family of four. But as their two young children grew into teenagers, it became clear that the space on a quiet street in Louisville's Brownsboro Zorn area wasn't the perfect fit for the family's needs.
I arrive at CASK Southern Kitchen & Bar about 2:30 p.m. on a weekday afternoon. A couple of masked employees greet me, and I let them know that I'm meeting with owner Ashley Sayler. "Oh, she just pulled up," one of them remarked, looking out the window.
There's no doubt that last year's Derby - which was pushed back to September due to COVID - was the most unusual Derby yet. This year, the Bluegrass State's signature event returns on Saturday, May 1, to its regular schedule, albeit with lots of new rules and restrictions.
When Mike Walters received a job offer that required him to relocate from Scottsdale, Arizona to Louisville, Kentuck, he and his wife Erica - who was 33 weeks pregnant at the time - had to quickly figure out new living arrangements.
The dogwood trees are blooming, the birds are chirping, and any forecasts of ice and snow are behind us. There's no doubt that as the weather continues to get warmer, people will be looking for outdoor events and activities. Here are six ideas for making plans to enjoy the fresh air in Louisville this spring.
If you're driving to Buck's Restaurant and Bar at night, don't blink or you might miss it.
Alejandro's Mexican food is serving up authentic dishes in Kalihi Valley.
The old Monkey Wrench bar at 1025 Barret Ave. is now home to V-Grits, Addington's vegan southern-style comfort food eatery, and False Idol, an independent brewpub.
This forever-home in Glenview was custom-built for owners' lifestyle.
When Chris Mack got the gig as Louisville's head basketball coach, it meant one very important thing for his family: Finding a new home.
This penthouse apartment is part museum, part party venue.
Most people wouldn't consider owning a catering business akin to leading a circus, but Deborah Lowery does.
Field Notes explores Honolulu's vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Vinyl Record Enthusiasts.
Growing up in the United States comes with privileges most American children take for granted.
Fashion & Beauty Web Stories
Get ready for your next close-up with Cherbu's new spring line.
A mystical clothing line inspired by folklore of the planets.
Kira Hawaii's Rebel Collection showcases jewelry designer's edgy side.
Since its opening in 2001, the Queen's Women's Health Center has offered a variety of services, including physical therapy geared specifically to women's health-related diagnoses.
When Gabe and Kara Izumi were gifted Gabe's family home for their wedding, naturally, they were thrilled.
Top-of-the-line security keeps your business safe.
Content Creation & Project Management
Blackletter Group created Luau and Learn, a fun and engaging family home activity. Luau and Learn launched online and included a downloadable activity book that taught kids about Hawaii’s diverse food and rich culture all the while reinforcing the authentic L&L Hawaiian Barbecue brand.
We love malihini, (newcomers, if you happen to be one). We welcome you with open arms and flower lei. Don't be surprised if people you've just met start calling you aunty or uncle-we treat everyone like family here. Hawai'i's warm hospitality has earned us the nickname the Aloha State.
NEi Established in 1985, NEi is an employment and vocational rehabilitation non-profit that counsels, trains and matches clients with employers in Hawaii. The Challenge As a non-profit organization dependent on private and public funding, NEi struggled for years to remain relevant in the eyes of its stakeholders.