We support a black-owned business with a great meal at LuCretia’s Wednesday, Jun 17 2020 

Support Black-owned restaurants, and other Black-owned businesses, too! You’ve heard me yell this for quite a while. Every time I head west of Ninth Street for a good meal and a friendly welcome, I urge you to do the same. Erasing that imaginary, unnecessary wall that cuts off Louisville’s West End from the rest of … Continue reading We support a black-owned business with a great meal at LuCretia’s

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Galan’s offers a tasty oasis in a West End food desert Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Many of Louisville’s West End neighborhoods are defined as food deserts, places where low-income neighbors don’t have easy access to supermarkets. But Carlos Galan is trying to do something about that. Galan, who came to Louisville from Florida five years ago with his wife, Kim, saw potential in the West End, and he is taking … Continue reading Galan’s offers a tasty oasis in a West End food desert

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Shirley Mae’s puts the soul in soul food Wednesday, Oct 16 2019 

Some say that the art of soul, in music or in food, can never be mastered by white folks, and I can buy this hypothesis: Lacking a history of slavery and oppression, we just don’t have the tools born of heritage. But we can certainly enjoy soul, and honor it, whether we’re listening to Aretha … Continue reading Shirley Mae’s puts the soul in soul food

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