The Future of South Floyds Fork

Below is copy text from the article. You can view the full article with artwork here.   Picture this: It’s a Sunday morning. Today, you’re attending a birthday party for your grandchild. Your child and their spouse have moved into their new home after a long and tried home search in Jefferson County. For years, […]

Cummins Inc. Reflects on 100 Years of Innovation

Fortune 150 Company Looks Forward to Next Century   To view the full article with page layout and graphics in Crossroads Quarterly, click here!   Picture the year 1919. In Boston, the American Meteorological Society was formed, organizing the methods for forecasts that help us plan our days today. The United States Congress established most […]

SPIKE Club Highlights Value of Membership

For the completed, published article, click here. For business owners — specifically small-business owners — membership in any given association is an investment. But the BIA of Greater Louisville works beyond the monetary value. Its committees serve to remind its members of all the benefits they have available to them, including group insurance rates (workman’s […]

Polycryl Develops Innovative Polyester Primer-Surfacer

EarthGuard Easy Sand Brings Speed and Efficiency to Tooling Composites Hi! You can read my full article, complete with images here! Improving upon a key market material is not always a project every company is willing to face. It takes planning, research and development, and resources small businesses don’t necessarily have on hand. But when […]


<not published, just for fun> happiness is a raised brow, ears back, and a wagging tail. it’s dirty paws, outstretched limbs, and the rustle of the leaves beneath my feet. it’s the liberation of an unleashed hike through the woods, an uphill climb; tired, excited breaths. it’s chasing after squirrels and a pause to drink […]

The Lotus & The Lost

A Padma, or Lotus Flower, blooms while rooted in the mud. I think about that fact almost daily, and everyone else should, too. Right after college, my life changed forever in more ways than one. I had the privilege to care for my grandmother, who had cared for me and had lived with me my […]

[2012] New York Times College Sports Blog

The View from Kentucky: 14 Years of Waiting Now that the painfully embarrassing nationwide coverage of Lexington’s State Street riots has almost expired, fans are beginning to focus on basketball again. The Kansas-Kentucky rivalry is one filled with history, not only for the two programs, which have combined for 10 national championships, but for the […]