Louisville based travel, food and adventure writer, bourbon enthusiast, and fan of the 313. Have dogs, will travel.
Whatever happened to the friendly bartender?
You begin to daydream about walks at the park, games of fetch, a dog curled up at your feet. So you go on to the rescue's website and download and complete an adoption application — only to be rejected.
If you think professional photographers only tail the glitterati, think again. A luxury that wouldn't have occurred to most travelers
The cruise industry is undergoing a sea change in the way passengers experience their vacation.
First limited to pockets of niche tech advancements (think robotic bartender arms mixing drinks), there's been a shift in the mindset.
"He speaks to women pretty easily," he said. "Just by looking at him [you know that]."
Rumors of a Champagne shortage have fans of the fizzy in a tizzy, as harvest reports from France's Champagne region put production down by about 70 percent due to problems including frost, gray rot, and mildew.
As good as gone a few years ago, rye whiskey is back in a big way.
As the onslaught of protein-added products crowds store shelves, a weary consumer might wonder where it will end.
If predictions don't bear out -– and there have been hiccups -- “everyone will have made too much," Cowdery says. "We'll be swimming in the stuff.”
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