The Cooking Channel’s Man’s Greatest Food will tackle who has the greatest breakfasts in the country. Of course, a Louisville restaurant is on that list especially when you reference anything that mentions the “GREATEST”. Can you guess who’s on that list? Host Roger Mooking chose “Superchefs” owned by Darnell “Superchef” Ferguson located at 1702 Bardstown Road right in the heart of the Highlands.
Mooking visited chefs all across the U.S. and went into their kitchens to learn about their top dishes and some of the secrets behind it. The show did visit Superchefs and they ranked the restaurant on their 12 greatest breakfasts list. Mooking was looking for the best combinations of eggs, gravy, breakfast meat and fried dough. You could put a check mark next to each one of those criteria when it comes to Superchefs Louisville.
Ferguson says “What a way to start the year by being placed in this prestigious ranking for breakfast. I won the Thanksgiving challenge in November of last year. It just gives me the confidence that the restaurant caters to any taste bud you may have. Stop by and tryout some of the fantastic items we have on the menu. This is really shaping up to be a great year for myself and Team Superchefs”.
Man’s Greatest Food will air on the Cooking Channel, Tuesday, January 15th at 7:00 pm (EST).
If you would like to setup an interview and/or check for availability for engagements, contact Sherlene Shanklin with VIPP Communications at email@example.com
Queen Teddy and area fitness experts show you how to lose weight the proper way
(Louisville, KY) It’s time to kick your fitness into gear! The Stamina Foundation presents Fab Fit Friday on Friday, January 25th at Churchill Downs from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Multiple fitness and wellness experts take you through a series of classes to assist with weight loss and/or to spice up your normal routine.
The queen of dance, Queen Teddy will travel to Louisville to do a 90-minute Dance Fitness Class. One of her mottos is “If you believe you can, you WILL”. Queen Teddy has been sharing her weight loss journey with 230 thousand followers on Instagram and now you get a chance to experience how she did it.
There will also be a mini fitness and wellness classes hosted by Nika from N-Spire Fitness, Savoy Fitness and Erin Quinlan from Ben & Zen Yoga and Snatched Fitness.
We invite you to come out and jump start your fitness routine in a supportive, motivational and inspirational atmosphere where we can help you stay and/or get fit and fab in 2019.
While you cool down and/or wait for your class to begin. There will be vendors on site for you to support.
The event is made possible due to the generous supporter of Churchill Downs, N-Spire Fitness, Savoy Fitness, Ben & Zen Yoga, Snatched Fitness, Queen Teddy and the Stamina Foundation.
To setup an interview, please contact Sherlene Shanklin with VIPP Communications at info at vippcommunications dot com. We also request that you include our event on your community calendars and announcements.
A NIGHT OF INSPIRATION RECOGNIZES THREE PASSIONATE LEADERS WHO’VE DEDICATED THEIR LIVES TO DEVELOP YOUTH IN THE COMMUNITY
(Louisville, KY) Aspire Basketball Academy continues to motivate and inspire youth in the community to reach their ultimate potential. The academy takes a timeout to acknowledge the unsung MVPs in our community that work tirelessly on the court and in life to assist youth by keeping them inbounds and on track for success.
It’s A Night of Inspiration Scholarship and Awards Gala on Sunday, February 10, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at The Majestic, 1535 Lytle Street. The inaugural event is to inspire, develop and cultivate future community leaders with the core academic and leadership skills to prepare them for life beyond their time at Aspire Academy. This year’s host for the gala will be Perrin Johnson.
The evening will honor some local legends that have dedicated their lives to helping youth. This year’s honorees will be Tony Williams, Daniel Ross and Bob Redman; their passion, success stories and accomplishments will be recognized. You will also get to meet international and local students in the program and the Aspire staff who directly mentor the student athletes. Also, the scholarship and awards gala will highlight the importance of education and youth sports as it relates to the development of children in our community.
The evening will be filled with inspirational stories, great food, drinks, and live entertainment. The proceeds will go directly to the program to support the students, education, transportation, and lodging. All of these things are essential to ensure the student’s success.
Aspire Basketball Academy provides three types of programs which includes the Junior Wizards, a developmental youth grassroots program, Aspire Academy, a national high school program and the Aspire Academy College Prep which is designed for post graduate activities while in the program.
To setup an interview with Aspire Academy’s leadership team, Roger McClendon, Luke Hancock, Barnett and/or Warfield, contact VIPP Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include our announcement on your community calendars and announcements. ###
It’s a tradition
that many automatically put on their calendars from year to year because when
you attend the celebration hosted by Legacies Unlimited Inc. you walk away
realizing that so many that grew up in this community made history in so many
ways especially in the entertainment industry. On January 25th
& 26th, they will be remembered and celebrated for their
outstanding accomplishments. It’s all about Celebrating the Legacy of
BlackLouisville. It will be held at the Kentucky
Center for African American Heritage, (KCAAH) located at 1701 West Muhammad Ali
event pays tribute to the achievements and contributions that Louisville’s
African American citizens have made to Louisville, the nation and the world.
program will consist of exhibits, workshops and two performance events.
It’s the JAZZ AT THE TOP HAT. A re-imagined night out at the Top Hat Club,
Black Louisville’s most famous entertainment spot during the glory days of the
1940’s and 50’s. This event will present jazz vocalist, Bobby J and will
feature International flutist and Jazz historian Galen Abdur
second event is The Walnut Street Revue, a live stage show reminiscent of the
“chitlin circuit” performances that played in venues on Walnut Street, now
Muhammad Ali Blvd., in the 1940’s & 50’ when Walnut Street was in
vogue. The revue will be hosted by WLKY’s Ann Bowdan. The evening will be
filled with great music presented The Jerry Tolson Jazz Group with vocalists
Alisia and Karen Chavez.
special tribute will be paid to the late Foree Wells, a Louisville musician who
played with some of the greatest blues performers in the business, which
included —music legend the late B.B. King. Wells, also founded the
Walnut Street Blues Band which included his two sons and a daughter in law. The
Walnut Street Rhythm & Blues Band will be in attendance that evening and
will perform a special tribute in memory of their beloved father, Foree Wells.
Opening Ceremony will take place from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm on Friday, January 25th
followed by an unveiling of the exhibits. The exhibits included in this
year’s program include the following: Two Centuries of Black
Louisville …the Exhibit – A permanent exhibit of photographs from the
book Two Centuries of Black Louisville —A Photographic History; Textile
Designs by Louisville’s “Bag Lady” – Zephyr May Miller; and The
Works of Louisville Folk Artist, Marvin Finn plus much more.
will be two workshops held on Saturday, January 26th. The
first one, The Legacy of Central High School from 10:00 am to
11:30 am. It’s an investigative look at the historical significance and impact
that Central had on its students and the community as well. Come learn about
the legacy that this educational institution created over the years through the
lens of Dr. Larry Wilkins Doyle, a 1968 CHS graduate whose did his doctoral
studies on the historic school. The second workshop will be The
Listening RoomWorkshop. It will present recordings of
Louisville’s African American entertainers & musicians of the 50’s, 60’s
& 70’s. These selections will be provided by the Soulful Sounds of
Derbytown and presented by Ron Lewis of Mr. Wonderful Productions.
the Legacy of Black Louisville is presented by Legacies
Unlimited in partnership with the KCAAH and the University of Louisville
Archives & Special Collections. It is made possible through support from
the Owsley Brown II Family Foundation, WLKY-TV and George & Mary Lee
for the both JAZZ AT THE TOP HAT and WALNUT STREET REVUE are available at
Better Days Records in Lyles Mall or at 1765 Bardstown Road AND JAMBUSTERS
BALLOONS & MORE at Popular Level Road. For ticket information call (502)
To set-up an interview, please contact Sherlene Shanklin with VIPP Communications at info at vippcommunications dot com. If you have an entertainment/community calendar, we are requesting that you post and/or announce.
They announced just before the holidays the would reunite and go on tour along with some of their friends. Well now, I have the date for Louisville for Omarion, Boog, Fizz and Raz-B also known as B2K.
The multi-platinum R & B group will kick-off their tour in March 2019 and they will make a stop in Louisville as Kentucky Derby activities will be in full swing.
Save the date of Sunday, April 29th at the KFC
Yum! Center. The group is calling it “The Millennium Tour”. The
will visit some 25 cities in the U.S. Louisville is a part of their limited engagement
Their special guests for the concert will be Mario, Pretty
Ricky, Lloyd, Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, and Bobby V.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 AM on Monday, January 14,
2019 at the KFC Yum! Center box office, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 or online at
start at $42.50.
The show is scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
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