- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on March 16, 2019
The life of a brewer is simple, yet complex. “It’s hurry up and wait,” says Nicholas Landers, head brewer at Gordon Biersch Brewery & Restaurant downtown. “Either everything is happening or nothing is happening.” At this point, the beer Landers is brewing is only...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 13, 2018
The bartenders in NuLu have been working just as hard as those creepy elves, concocting holiday-themed cocktails using Four Roses bourbon.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 9, 2018
We have a soft spot for the soft, spongy candy, so when we noticed an uptick in marshmallow-themed treats in NuLu, we grabbed a camera and dropped the diet.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on September 27, 2018
To celebrate a decade, organizers of NuLu Fest have booked more music, more vendors, more booze, more food and more activities than ever before.
- By Eli Keel | Posted on August 2, 2018
Revelry Boutique Gallery is turning 8 years old and celebrating with a new show by one of the gallery’s favorites — Bobby Hinkel. Revelry owner Mo McKnight Howe spoke with Insider about Hinkel’s new show, “3/8ths,” growing as a gallery, creating relationships with artists,...
- By Eli Keel | Posted on June 22, 2018
On Saturday, June 23, the creative forces behind the scrumptious Louisville Cream will celebrate the anniversary of opening their brick-and-mortar location in NuLu. Insider caught up with Darryl Goodner, who owns Louisville Cream along with partners Zach Hardin and Lynette Hardin. Goodner talked about how the...
- By Peter Champelli | Posted on June 10, 2018
Across Louisville’s neighborhoods, from the Highlands to Portland to NuLu and more, street art finds its home on sides of businesses, street corners, and run-down buildings.
- By Eli Keel | Posted on May 9, 2018
For the last several months, the works of Monica Stewart, a graduate student at UofL’s Hite Art Institute, have been tucked away in a cool little corner of Revelry Boutique Gallery above some scarves and handmade earrings. Her art — intricately designed paper cut into the...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on April 7, 2018
Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of interviews with local chefs. Restaurant Hospitality’s “15 to Watch in 2015”; Food & Wine’s “The People’s Best New Chef” southeast nominee in 2015; Starchefs’ Rising Star in 2014; Bravo’s “Top Chef” contestant in 2016; working...
- By Eli Keel | Posted on April 5, 2018
One of Louisville’s most arresting and skilled artists, Julio Cesar, returns to NuLu this weekend with “Divine Shadows,” his fourth show at Revelry Gallery Boutique. The Cuban-born painter works mostly with oils, creating surrealist images that recall Dali in the malleability of Cesar’s subjects...