Louisville Life checks out three very different locally produced magazines: Today’s Woman; Underwired; and Louisville Magazine about catering to a Louisville audience.
Today’s Woman started publishing in 1991 and focuses on stories of interest to a female audience. Underwired, a publication that turned two in fall of 2008, also targets women, with the goal of supporting them in “their pursuit of meaningful work, creative passion and other spirited adventures.” Louisville Magazine gives all readers the scoop on all things Louisville.
Louisville Life recorded readers checking out the publications at three popular Louisville locations: Heine Brothers on Longest Avenue; Carmichael’s Bookstore on Bardstown Road; and the Downtown YMCA. We appreciate their assistance with the story.
Meet Louisville Magazine photographer John Nation in our Season One story.
- Program 313
- Behind-the-senes at three of Louisville's homegrown magazines, cooking classes with Chef Mary Wheatley, a visit to the headquarters of National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the history of the Speed Art Museum. (#313)