One woman’s story of the lingering effects of her presumed COVID-19 diagnosis and how she found support by talking to others who shared similar experiences.
Katara McCarty saw a need in her community, so she created an app focused on the emotional well-being of Black and brown women.
Decorated with everything from hand painted edible brooches to airbrushed horses, here are some of the city’s prettiest confections to sweeten up your day.
From fringed trim to chain details—here’s what’s on our style radar this season.
From brass hardware to bold drapery patterns, here’s what’s going to be hot on the home front this season—and which trends you might want to leave behind.
After her husband died, Charlotte Simpson reshaped her life as a solo world traveler—and her over 13,000 Instagram followers can’t get enough. Neither can we.
We asked local women about the most mouth-watering meals they can remember—and their answers ranged from tofu salad to cornbread waffles.
“Because not only is the pandemic still very much a thing, it’s by all measurable stats worse than it was when we first locked down in March.”
This woman likely would’ve kicked ass in the Indy 500—had she been allowed to race.
Joyce and Autumn Nethery share what it’s like to run a distillery with your family—and succeed in a male-dominated field.