The House of Harper held its ribbon cutting on April 13 at 558 East 10th Ave. It’s the newest spot in Bowling Green specializing in hair color, eyelash extensions, massage therapy, beauty and relaxation.
For more information, call 270-904-3865.
With matching racing style uniforms and followed closely by local TV, radio or print media, the Map Dot crew creates a buzz wherever they go. “We don’t have to pay for a helping of biscuit and gravy in this state ever. The biscuits, and the smiles of the moms and pops who still run their stores, has made it all worth it,” said Cory Ramsey, founder of the Map Dot crew.
Take a drive in Kentucky for two hours and chances are you’ll go by or near a Kentucky State Park.
The 49 Kentucky parks are located in all regions of the state, making it easy for a day trip or an overnight stay or weekend camping trip. You can learn about Kentucky history, take a nature hike or enjoy a great meal at one of the resort park restaurants.
Tara Coomer uses words like “fearless” to describe decorating a home. In this home built by Bob Dillard and located in the Ewing Ford neighborhood, there was no fear to mix textures, colors and styles to create a truly unique design.
For many, a runny nose, itchy eyes and other seasonal allergy symptoms are telltale signs that spring has arrived. An estimated 50 million people in the U.S. suffer from nasal allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. If you are one of the millions affected by pollen, ragweed and other springtime allergens, the medical experts at The Glasser Clinic have some tips to help you deal with seasonal allergies.
The Kiwanis Club of Bowling Green is changing the world one child at a time by investing in more than 30 non-profits that directly serve children and young adults. The organization chartered in 1923 is the oldest civic organization in Bowling Green, and currently has more than 110 members.
Filet mignon is always a treat, but Chef Jarrad Miller at Bowling Green Country Club, is stepping it up. His creation begins with a Maryland-style, lump crab cake, so full of meat that it could be easily stand alone as the main entree. The charred filet is set on top of the crab cake, creating a blend of the two that is truly luxurious. Then, fresh crabmeat is mounded on top, and finished off with a mouth-watering creole cream sauce, not too spicy and just the right flavor to bring the steak and crab cake together. To finish the dish, asparagus tips, glazed with Maker’s Mark, are added on the side.
When we first started thinking about a children’s fashion shoot in our VIP Vacation issue, we wanted to head over to the amusement park at Beech Bend, but the weather just wouldn’t work with us. Thankfully, we were able to find another great spot to highlight the cutest looks for family photographs this summer. Thanks to Kaitlyn Jones from Chatter’s for donating the clothes (and kids) for the shoot, and special thanks to her grandparents for letting us use their back yard and porch.
Steamer Seafood is celebrating its one-year anniversary during the first week of May and they have created some specialty drinks to go along with their theme: “Have Your Cake, and Drink it, Too!” There are plenty of drinks to choose from, but we are loving the sweet yumminess of the Pineapple Upside Down Cake.
• Olympic-sized swimming pool with diving board
• Zero-entry children’s pool
• Poolside food and cocktail service
• 18-hole golf course
• Driving Range
• Newly Refinished tennis courts
• Planned pickle ball courts