Louisville community celebrates acts of compassion Thursday, Oct 19 2017 

Acts of compassion are being committed daily in Louisville in all walks of life. There aren’t many cities that celebrate compassion with a full week of giving every year, with Mayor Greg Fischer encouraging community members to give thousands of hours to performing acts of compassion to improve our community. Those who work in the […]

Citizens Union Bank makes Small Business Administration (SBA) loans easy Wednesday, Oct 18 2017 

As a community bank, Citizens Union Bank does all it can to make sure local businesses on Main Street USA get the financing they need. “We’re here to help borrowers come up with the money they need and lower their down payments,” says Chris Jackson, Senior Vice President and Head of Small Business Administration (SBA) […]

Bluegrass Karting & Events offers winning formula for corporate events Monday, Oct 9 2017 

Nestled in a quiet corner of Bluegrass Industrial Park in Jeffersontown, on any given day, you may hear screams of laughter emanating from a 40,000-square foot building. That would be Bluegrass Karting & Events, where corporate clients are racing go-karts and vying for trophies. According to Business Development Manager Charli Knauer, Bluegrass Karting & Events […]

Breast cancer survivor learns that every day matters Thursday, Oct 5 2017 

It’s one of those statistics that is hard to imagine — 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Certainly most Americans know someone whose life has been affected by the disease, and the support they’ve shown is encouraging — from the thousands […]

Fourth Street Live! recognizes National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Thursday, Sep 28 2017 

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month has become an annual ritual in which many diverse organizations work to promote awareness about breast cancer and raise funds for medical research. And the unifying theme of those fundraisers is the color pink, which explains why everything from sports uniforms to office attire to, yes, Fourth Street Live’s pavement, […]

Sullivan adds fall date to its popular Louisville Open Air Fair Wednesday, Sep 27 2017 

This summer, Sullivan University held its first-ever Louisville Open Air Fair, a one-day arts and crafts extravaganza with a farmer’s market, food, music, and so much more. The event was such a success, Sullivan will now have one every autumn and spring, beginning with the “Pumpkin LOAF” on October 14, 2017 from 10 a.m. to […]

Duplicator Sales & Service’s long-term employees have a lot of skills to share Tuesday, Sep 26 2017 

This July marked the Duplicator Sales and Service’s working anniversary which celebrated 360 combined years of milestone tenures among 20 employees. The local office equipment supplier has changed immensely since its founding in 1959, but one thing hasn’t: its employees tend to stick around. Above and beyond This year, Sue Heil marked 30 years in […]

For Bluegrass Karting & Events, success comes from fun and great customer service Monday, Sep 25 2017 

When 32-year old Justin Lewis went to banks with business plan in hand to secure money for his indoor go-kart business in 2010, they wanted him to list the experienced business minds that were going to help him run the place. But he didn’t have that – he only had himself, a general manager with […]

Ticket giveaway: Stay Curious with a 2017 IdeaFestival pass, Sept. 26 -28 Friday, Sep 22 2017 

Don’t have the ticket to the must-attend IdeaFestival? Insider Louisville is giving one pass away to a lucky Insider! IdeaFestival, an annual celebration for creative thinkers and the intellectually curious, will be held this year from Sept 26 – 28 at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. IdeaFestival is an eclectic network of global thinkers […]

KCD students integrate technology into their learning from day one Monday, Sep 18 2017 

Citizen, Scholar, Steward. This is the motto of Kentucky Country Day School, but one could easily add the word Innovator to that phrase. Kentucky Country Day School (KCD), an independent school on Louisville’s east side with approximately 900 students, is known as a regional leader in educational technology. KCDs schoolwide STEAM program adds art and […]

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