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Taste of Louisville, Kentucky

One chef’s recommendations of the city’s top eateries. By Hope S. Philbrick Louisville, Kentucky is booming with great tastes, from bourbon and beyond. As a visitor to the city, it’s a challenge to narrow down the [...]

Bourbon City: Louisville, Kentucky

Gateway to Bourbon Country. By Hope S. Philbrick Louisville, Kentucky is a must-stop for any bourbon lover. The city is packed with delicious bourbon experiences from distilleries to speakeasies, museums to bars, legendary traditions to innovations [...]

In Season: Louisville, Kentucky

Holiday cheer in and around Louisville, Kentucky. By Renée S. Gordon Louisville was named after Louis XVI of France whose aid was crucial to the U.S. during the American Revolution. Ironically, he was deposed and beheaded [...]

Look Again at Louisville, Kentucky

Historic travel in a modern setting. By Renée S. Gordon The region we know as Kentucky has always been a haven for individuals of strong opinions and personal moral commitment. The state, with its key position [...]

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Home of Major League Baseball’s official bat By Hope S. Philbrick I live in Atlanta, Ga., a city where the Major League Baseball team has decided to move to the suburbs, lured by the glistening promise [...]

Kentucky Road Trip [Chevy Equinox]

We test-drove a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox compact SUV through picturesque Kentucky. All business, still fun. By Hope S. Philbrick When driving the sharpest-looking car in the lot, it’s easy to find even if you forget where [...]

Frankfort, Kentucky

Add the capital of the commonwealth to your Bourbon Country itinerary. By Hope S. Philbrick Though I’ve been doing business in the Bluegrass State for decades and it’s a favorite vacation destination—my husband and I have [...]

Historic Farm in Kentucky

Historic farm to become tourist hub. Expansion to feature three signature Kentucky industries: Bourbon, horses and native culinary. Advertorial Experience a quintessential taste of Kentucky all in one place by next spring. Hermitage Farm’s creation of [...]

Old Forester Returns to Whiskey Row

The “First Bottled Bourbon” returns to the building it once called home after nearly 100 years. New state-of-the-art distillery and bourbon experience joins famed Whiskey Row in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky.  Old Forester is returning home with [...]

Kentucky Enacts ‘Bourbon Without Borders’ Bill

Kentucky has further distanced itself from Prohibition with House Bill 400, signed by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. The ‘Bourbon Without Borders’ bill now legalizes Bourbon bottle shipping (similar to shipping rights of Napa Valley wineries). The new [...]

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