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Monthly Archives: April 2015

My Olde Mint Julep Recipe

The 141st Derby is coming up Saturday and this Louisville girl is once again ready to celebrate the Run for the Roses with family and friends. The first Saturday in May is always flavored with mint juleps at our house. This year I’ll be making them with Angel’s Envy, my new favorite Kentucky bourbon. It’s […]

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From Rough to Refined

Spring Spotlight: Artists at the Pendleton Art Center For 20+ years, Karen Heyl has called Cincinnati’s Pendleton Art Center, home. You will find her nestled in her 1st floor studio carving out beauty from both clay and from giant limestone slabs. Those slabs are her canvases, carving intricate patterns and designs with her chisel and […]

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Hand Bound. Objects Found.

Spring Spotlight: Artists at the Pendleton Art Center Judith Serling-Sturm is a talented book artist and friend who creates in her studio just down the hall from us. Her textured book art utilizes handmade papers, natural elements, and found objects. The rough paper, seemingly straight off the tree, creates a raw, rustic feeling. Her creations […]

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