Karista Hannah and her family are no strangers to Norton Commons - their last home was also in the idyllic neighborhood on Louisville's east end.
Denise Puthuff has lived all over Louisville. After growing up in Portland, she hopped around to different neighborhoods including Hikes Point, St. Matthews, and Crescent Hill.
If you're driving to Buck's Restaurant and Bar at night, don't blink or you might miss it.
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
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.
Bellini Bistro and Bar offers Italian eats and original cocktails.
Life & Style
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
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.
Don't worry about writing new year's resolutions—we've got you covered.
These neighborhood lights go out in 2016.
Windward Mall’s Sixth Annual Pumpkin Carving Festival is on Oct. 25.
When Gabe and Kara Izumi were gifted Gabe's family home for their wedding, naturally, they were thrilled.
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.
Top-of-the-line security keeps your business safe.
I moved out of my parents' home 12 years ago. Since then, I've lived in three houses, two townhouses and four apartments.
After being in Louisville, Kentucky, for a couple of weeks, I decided to check out the rental apartment market-just for kicks.
When I was getting ready to move to Colorado Springs, I was told it would be "so easy" to find an apartment to rent, because places were cheap and plentiful.