Originally published in 1950 by the Louisville Chamber of Commerce for “Mr. Businessman and Mrs. Housewife” (yikes, we really said that!), Louisville Magazine is now for all of us — people full of complexity and contradictions, just like our city. Since 1993, the magazine has been independently owned, in pursuit of a more honest portrait of Louisville.
From Algonquin to Buechel, Clifton to downtown, the East End to Fern Creek, Germantown to Hikes Point — we’ll stop at the letter H, but you get the idea — we want a Louisville where everyone feels seen, known and needed.