Lennie Omalza

Lennie Omalza

City Editor

Lennie lives in Louisville, KY, and has written for The Courier Journal, Eater, and StyleBlueprint, among other publications. She loves yoga, food, books, and beer. When she isn’t working or wrangling her rambunctious dachshund mix, Koa, she is either on a trip or planning her next one.

These cutting-edge treatments could help you get back to your best, healthiest self.
Meet the local companies that made Inc. 5000’s list.
When the sun’s out, the world is your workspace.
Find things for JCPS students to do until school is back in session.
Get the full body treatment.
Select your own sunflowers, fruits, and veggies at nearby farms.
The project includes 71 apartments, which are slated to open this fall.
You know you want to.
If you don’t have a coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some.
Take advantage of the warmer weather and catch a flick at one of these theaters around town.
We’ve removed the landmarks from this Derby City neighborhood so you can put your knowledge to the test.
Got a hot new fling? Hoping to spice things up with your longtime partner? We’re here to help plan your next date in Derby City.
And we’re willing to change our names to get it.
The 5th-oldest ballet in the country needs the community’s support.
This annual music festival is changing the way we view mental health.
It’ll make you feel all bubbly inside.
Tequila might not be the answer, but it’s worth a shot.
These Amish-made custom cabins are crafted just outside of Derby City.
Fill your bowl with a collection of cereals created by the rappers.
Louisville’s Asian food options are growing — and we are here for it.
The Sriracha shortage continues, leading to some high prices for the spicy condiment — but let’s look at the cause of the shortage and how can we get our hands on some hot sauce.
Dig into delicious and nutritious plant-based fare all over Derby City.
This hoppy event boasts 75+ craft beers, wines, and seltzers.
Volunteers are needed to help rebuild Louisville’s tree canopy.
This Metro Louisville/ Jefferson County program offers rebates to residents who switch to eco-friendly lawn equipment.
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Mellwood Tavern has been serving customers since 1885.
When all you need is WiFi and a laptop, Louisville is your remote-work oyster.
The building’s owners are creating housing options in the area.
Ready oar not, dragon boat races are happening in Derby City.
If wedding bells are in your future, check out these venues around Derby City.