8 Fun Facts About the New Copper & Kings Distillery

There’s the new car smell, new shoe smell and the new distillery smell—a lovely aroma of fresh wood, copper and sweet alcohol dripping off the shimmering still. At Copper & Kings Distillery, near a slaughterhouse in the Butchertown District of Louisville, I picked up a … Continue reading8 Fun Facts About the New Copper & Kings Distillery

Tales of the Cocktail: 7 Lessons Learned

\ 7. 75 & Older Crowd Loves TALES On more than one occasion, I saw 75-year-old and older consumers kicking back tequila shots and holding canes. Can you say awesome? 6. Psychiatrists Attend Tales I like asking random people questions. I supposed if I didn’t … Continue readingTales of the Cocktail: 7 Lessons Learned

The Possible Conspiracy of the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

When I walked into the new Evan Williams Bourbon Experience yesterday, the dignitary chairs were all lined up and the local reporters were setting up cameras and tripods. There was a strange painting of an early American man with his hand in the jacket. What … Continue readingThe Possible Conspiracy of the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Food Photographer Remembers Lynn’s Paradise Cafe

    When I was on assignment for Kentucky Monthly in 2008, I was still trying to establish myself as a writer and photographer. I wanted to specialize in food, but lacked the national experience and well-rounded food photography portfolio. That Kentucky Monthly assignment sent … Continue readingFood Photographer Remembers Lynn’s Paradise Cafe