April 18, 2019, “Olmsted and his parks celebrated in new Frazier Museum exhibit,”

April 18, 2019, “Lenderfit launches beta site, streamlining small business lending,”

April 1, 2019, “Top Student Travel Destinations for 2019,” Group Travel Leader.

March 25, 2019, “Meet Louisville’s Creative Crusader,”

March 23, 2019, “International Mall Offers a Cultural Experience & Unique Shopping,”

March 18, 2019, “Anne Hardy on How to Experience Authentic Kentucky Horse Country,”

March 11, 2019, “Faces of Papa John’s: The Everyday Heroes Behind Louisville’s Pizza,”

Feb. 25, 2019. “A Local Woman Giving the West End New Life,”

Feb, 21, 2019, “Spiritual Wellness Workshop fine-tunes inner, emotional self,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community.

Feb, 21, 2019, “‘The Letter I Never Sent’: Power of the pen to be presented in new CenterStage production in March,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community.

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Feb. 21, 2019, “Discover Unique & Honest Art at This One-of-a-Kind Studio,”

Feb. 15, 2019, “Where to Spend Your Next Taco Tuesday,”

Feb. 11, 2019, “Mollie Mulloy Creason of Well & Wonder Artist Collective: FACES of Louisville,”

Feb. 4, 2019, “Anchal Project partners with Madewell, to host pop-up store event at Oxmoor,”

Jan. 29, 2019, “Fast as Lightning: Martial arts Instructor to offer authentic kung fu, tai chi classes at The J,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community.

Jan. 29, 2019, “JOFEE hosts lecture on German-Jewish immigration to Louisville,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community.

Jan. 24, 2019, “SJE in Louisville: Panelists address environment ethics at opening public session, call for greater community action,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community

Jan. 24, 2019, “After tie vote, Castleman statue to stay in Cherokee Triangle,”

Jan. 21, 2019, “Shandy Boyd Smith is Sprinting into the Future of West Louisville,”

Jan. 21, 2019, “LIBA Local Business Expo focuses on using available services,”

Jan. 21, 2019, “Local food banks seeing increased use during government shutdown, but they’re ready,”

Ja. 20, 2019, “Pour out your emotions on stage with JCC’s ‘The Letter I Never Sent,’”

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Jan. 18, 2019, “How to keep Louisville safe? Bingham Fellows offer six solutions,”

Jan. 19, 2019, “New arts organization Elevator will lift up individual local artists,”

Jan. 10, 2019, “New Family Drug Court to help parents with substance abuse reunite with children,”

January 2019, “Gladys Lopez: HR Guru & Our Newest FACE of Louisville,”

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Winter 2019, “Working at home + Puppy: 5 ways to ensure a happy canine ‘office mate,'” The Bark magazine.

Dec. 18, 2018, “Apple Patch becomes Pillar, opens new high-tech center,”

Dec. 13, 2018, “Lhome celebrates $1.5 million in loan funds, honors founders,”

Dec. 7, 2018, “Brown Theatre viewing party fans place bets on ‘Top Chef Kentucky’ contestants,”

December 2018,”This Mother-Daughter Team Brings Louisville Delicious Vegan Food,”

Nov. 22, 2018, “The Closing Bell: Black Friday Edition,”,

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Nov. 21, 2018, “Catholic Charities hosts Thanksgiving meal for new refugees despite power outage,”

Nov. 8, 2018, “Techstars Startup Week begins Friday, but Startup Weekend is canceled,”

November 2018, “Meet ‘The Seafood Lady’,”

November 2018, “Lynn Rippy of YouthBuild Louisville Positively Impacts Local Youth,”

Nov. 1, 2018, “Mayor kicks off master plan to make Broadway safer from end to end,”

Oct. 26, 2018, “School of Rock hosts grand opening with concert, guitar smash on Saturday,”

Oct. 25, 2018, “Israelis, locals pedal Kentucky roads, celebrating state, at Bikes & Bourbon,” Community, the newspaper for Louisville’s Jewish community.

Oct. 24, “Feeling Festive: Norton Children’s Hospital’s Festival of Trees and Lights,” The Voice-Tribune.

Oct. 23, 2018, “Author chronicles her bout with breast cancer and decision to ‘go flat’ in new book,”

Oct. 18, 2018, “Mommy Tonk brings tunes and giggles to motherhood,”

Oct. 18, 2018, “Anchal Project designs collection for the Guggenheim Museum,”

Oct. 17, 2018, “Fit to Fight: A collaboration between The J and Norton Cancer Center,” The Voice-Tribune.

Oct. 11, 2018, “Holi Gin, Batman! Louisville company combines Kentucky distilling with founder’s Indian heritage,”

Oct. 10, 2018, “Couple bikes across country for Alzheimer’s Association fundraiser,” Community, the Jewish Louisville newspaper.

Oct. 9, 2018, “Center for Women and Families closing Southern Indiana shelter, starting mobile advocacy unit,”

Oct. 9, 2018,” Stand Down/Project Homeless Connect offers the homeless supplies, check-ups and other vital services,”

Oct. 7, 2018, “PeteFest features two dozen acts on two stages and a nod to The Talking Heads,”

Oct. 4, 2018, “Economic Development chief talks about boosting Kentucky’s ranking, reputation,”

Oct. 3, 2018, “Habitat introduces new Park Springs mixed-income neighborhood,”

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October 2018, “SoFo: Louisville’s Theater District is Making a Comeback,”

Sept. 25, 2018, “Refrigerator with child-safety lock took home first prize at FirstBuild’s Hackathon,”

Sept. 20, 2018. “Touching, funny Gilda Radner documentary starts Friday at Speed Cinema,”

Sept. 19, 2018, “Big Little Adventure aims to improve kindergarten readiness with free online resource,”

Sept. 19, 2018, “Homeless organization expands, changes name,”

Sept. 17, 2018, “Harbor House gets much needed kitchen remodel from local building group,”

Sept. 11, 2018, “Colonial Gardens takes shape for summer 2019 opening,”

Sept. 6, 2018, “Genscape founders on the rise and sale of their company,”

Sept. 4, 2018, “‘See Me Clearly’ photography exhibit celebrates women at Paul Paletti Gallery,”

September 2018, “Sara Klein Wagner Leads Louisville’s Jewish Community into the Future,”

September 2018, “Norton Commons’ Own Marilyn Osborn Patterson,”

Aug. 31, 2018, “Age-Friendly Louisville project moves to next phase,”

Aug. 30, 2018, “Ronald McDonald House kicks off $21 million expansion, renovation,”

Aug. 30, 2018, “Kentucky Proud businesses vie for space on Kroger shelves,”

Aug. 23, 2018, “Soul of Russell celebrates Louisville’s black music history,”

Aug. 15, 2018, “Matched Up: Local Tennis Lover Launches New App To Promote The Game And Find Fellow Players,” The Voice-Tribune.

Aug. 5, 2018, “Former Courier Journal reporter writes a book on the deportation of Cambodian refugees,”

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August 2018, “NuLu: A Haven for the Independent and Emerging,”

August 2018, “Aston Martin’s First Female President, Laura Schwab: FACES of Louisville,”

July 31, 2018, “YouthBuild Louisville raising money to serve more who need job skills training,”

July 21, 2018, “The Cabbage Patch: Local authors profile a complicated humanitarian in new book,”

July 13, 2018, “Oasis opens in Russell neighborhood to help ease food desert,”

July 5, 2018, “Hildegard House wins award, $100,000 gift,”

July 4, 2018, “IUS professor helps interpret Jean Smart’s ancestral history on TLC genealogy show,”

July 3, 2018, “‘Trading Spaces’ star to build playgrounds in Louisville area,”

July 2018, “‘Biggest and Best Show Yet’: 28th Annual Art in Speed Park returns in August,” Extol magazine.

June 28, 2018, “Local author James Markert publishes fourth novel set in the Dust Bowl,”

June 27, 2018, “National Kids Count report ranks Kentucky 37th in child well-being; shows some improvement,”

June 25, 2018, “TARC, Louisville CVB rebrand ZeroBus to LouLift to help tourists, locals,”

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June 22, 2018, “High temperatures put extra burden on the homeless,”

June 14, 2018, “Solid Light is MSD’s 100th Green Infrastructure project,”

June 13, 2018, “National Veterans Wheelchair Games coming to Louisville in 2019,”

June 7, 2018, “United by Blue, Kentucky Waterways Alliance and Quest Outdoors host cleanup in Chickasaw Park,”

Spring/Summer 2018, “Rocky Mountain Vet: TV Fame hasn’t changed Dr. Jeff Young‘s core mission,” USA Today Pet Guide

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May/June 2018, “River Run New Albany Family Waterpark Opens With A Splash,” Extol

May/June 2018, “Sweet Corn Festival to benefit families with special needs,” Extol

May 26, 2018. “Padma Lakshmi dishes about her experiences in Kentucky so far,”

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June 1, 2018, “Top Chef producers keep show running through Kentucky’s hills,”

May 14, Monday Business Briefing: The Rise of the Rest Edition,

May 10,  Love City hosts grand opening with Google Fiber in Portland,

May 9, GLI awards Solid Light as Small Business of the Year,

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April 2018, Dr. Jeff, Rocky Mountain Vet, story in the USA Today Pet Guide, 2018.

May 7, LullaFeed wins Venture Sharks prize with plans to help babies eat,

April 17, Agent Ally wins spring Startup Weekend with plan to streamline Medicaresoftware,

April 10, Greater Louisville Project releases report showing 21 percent of local children live in poverty,

April 2018, Gilda’s Club Louisville Brings its Mission to Southern Indiana, Extol.

March 28, Advocate and Anchor, The Voice-Tribune.

March 28, Opponents express outrage over gang bill in Senate,

March, 27, Schnatter Center event to look at the effects of violence on local community,

March 23, Third defendant may be tried as adult in Cherokee Triangle shooting case,

March 15, Judge unseals case in Cherokee Triangle shooting,

March 8, Veterans support group to start equine therapy this spring,

March 7, The Golden Age of Dance, The Voice-Tribune.

March 7, Library architects and designers keep green certification in forefront,

Oct. 2017, Louisville girl, 10, flies a plane in a UPS Wishes Delivered event, Insider Louisville

Oct., 2017, Google Fiber helps build a Habitat for Humanity home in Portland, Insider Louisville

Oct. 2017, Battery-free tracking device wins Startup Weekend 11, Insider Louisville

Oct. 2017, Bingham Fellows graduates create solutions to Louisville’s workforce problems, Insider Louisville

Sept. 2017, Experience | Dance Fitness Get Down and Get Fit, Extol Sports

May 2017, Camping experience, Otter Creek,

May 2017, Paddling experience, Floyd’s Fork,

March 2017, Catching Spring Fever, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

April 2017, Want to stay fit during pregnancy? Here’s how, Extol Sports, Southern Indiana

Feb. 2017, The Anchal Project, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

Jan. 2017, Get a Glimpse: Katie Bauer, Extol Magazine, Southern Indiana.

Jan., 2017, Crystal Wilkinson’s Opulent Ambition, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

Dec. 2016, Skating to Success, Voice-Tribune (cover), Louisville, Ky.

Dec. 2016, Changes at Chenoweth, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 2016, The Age of Style, Voice-Tribune (cover), Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 2016, A Twisted American Dream, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 2016, A Pink Partnership, Voice-Tribune (cover), Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 2016, A Conversation on Pointe, Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Ky.

Sept. 2016, Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease,, Louisville, Ky.

Older work


July 2015, Rothbaum’s Book on American Whiskey Includes Louisville’s Jewish Distillers, Community, Louisville, Ky.

July 2015, JCRC Takes Teachers to U.S. Holocaust Museum Louisville, Ky.

July, 2015, Most Admired Woman in the Arts: Marsha Bornstein, Community, Louisville, Ky.

April 2015, With Gentle Humor Weiner Shares Story of Survival, Community, Louisville, Ky.


March 2015, Eric Gurevich Saves a Life with Bone Marrow Donation, Community, Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 2014, Laura Siegle, Community

Sept. 2012, Very Silly Superstitious,

Jan. 2008, Bridal Boot Camp, Velocity.

May 2006, Feast from the East, Velocity, (cover).


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