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Growing up, my parents always listened to NPR. As a parent now myself, I finally understand why. I always remember my dad listening to NPR in his truck whenever he drove us anywhere. I always wanted to listen to...
You asked. We got answers. We were grateful for the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Cadilla of Nemours Chidlren's Health to get those answers about COVID-19 vaccines. We know this information will be helpful to Greater Louisville families...
As a full-time working mom, I've experienced gender-based bias in the workplace as I continue advancing in my career. It's always been uncomfortable to address these biases in a workplace but we can’t grow and change without experiencing discomfort....
If you had asked me just four years ago at the age of 30, if I knew what endometriosis was, I wouldn't have been able to say yes. It wasn't until a few years later that my twin sister...
Recognizing my privilege is of utmost importance. When people find out that I visit schools or work in buildings "West of Ninth Street" in Louisville, they always ask if I am afraid to go to work alone. When I...
Are you over this pandemic that has officially stretched across four calendar years now? Yeah, I think we all are by this point. Pandemic fatigue is a real thing, and it's hard to find a balance between appropriate caution...
Our hearts go out to our families, friends, and communities devastated by the tornadoes this past weekend. As we check in on our loved ones, please consider donating to those in need during this time. Looking for ways to...
It’s been 20 years since 9/11 happened on September 11, 2001. 20 whole years since the “War on Terror” first began.  I’ll never forget that day. We had just started our sophomore year of high school. We had standardized testing...
Last week, as I watched the news in absolute disbelief, I stood at my television with my coffee in hand, trying to collect myself. My thoughts shifted quickly from “did I remember to get all the proper school supplies...
Lola. This is the word for grandmother in Tagalog, the standardized national language of the Philippines. My daughter’s Lola, my mother, is a small and quiet woman. Yet, she can give you a look that makes you stop dead...

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Date Night Roundup in Louisville

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While it's been fun having quality time with our loved ones during this pandemic, we all deserve a break for a date night. Whether...