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While we were technically competitors, the Voice's presence in a similar space with Sophisticated Living kept me from becoming complacent. As a result, I focused my attention on carving out a unique niche editorially. While the Voice was hyper-focused on Louisville, Sophisticated Living has always taken a broader approach. In addition to opening the door to exquisite local homes, restaurants, and special events, we also bring our readers inside the world's finest hotels and resorts, fashion houses, art galleries, wineries, and luxury automobiles. Our team works hard to bring you exciting and engaging editorial that you won't find in any other local publication.

Bridget Williams, bridget@slmag.netEditor-In-Chief


In the late 1990s, while I was still green at my first "real" job as a development assistant for River Fields, John Harralson Jr. took my photo at a "Dancing on the River" event I helped organize at the river bluff home of the late Dr. Allan and Donna Lansing. A few weeks later, I received several copies of the image, cut out from The Voice-Tribune newspaper. On one of them was written, "new on the job, and you've already made it!" In those days, before photographs could be posted and viewed around the globe as soon as they are snapped, The Voice and Mr. Harralson were the gatekeepers that determined who was worthy of "making it" on their coveted society pages.

Following Janice's public announcement and the Voice's farewell party at Yew Dell Gardens, my inbox overflowed with story requests, ad inquiries, and collaboration offers. And, even though we were in the thick of the deadline for our Sept/Oct issue, I was grateful to Janice for prompting the bump in renewed interest... and this issue's page count! It seems unfathomable to me, but next year will mark our twentieth year of publishing Sophisticated Living. Feeling the warm glow of the spotlight on our work was just what I needed as a small business owner to keep up the good fight at this moment in time.

Janice and I at a fundraising event in 2016 and at the Voice farewell party in August at Yew Dell Gardens. Photos by Chad Henle


Flash forward to a Monday morning twenty-five years later when I received a call from Janice Carter Levitch Humphrey, a friend of many years (all the way back to when I was a blonde and she a brunette) and the publisher of the newspaper-turned-glossy Voice magazine. She was calling to let me know that she'd made the difficult decision to close the publication and asked my permission to list me as the go-to for her clients who'd bought ads and had events on the horizon. I knew exactly where she was coming from, as rising costs for paper, printing, and postage have publishers feeling like they're trying to balance on a high wire with their hair on fire. I'd be lying if I didn't say there were days I fantasized about embarking on a less fraught career path.

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3. Drop the heat to medium low and allow the pot to cool for one minute. Add the onion along with ½ tsp. kosher salt and sauté in the pan drippings until softened, about five minutes. Add the garlic and sauté until fragrant, approximately thirty seconds. Add the cumin, paprika, red pepper flakes, and chili powder and stir to combine with the onion and garlic. Next, add the bay leaf, Worcestershire sauce, and one entire bottle of wine along with two tsps. kosher salt and one tsp. black pepper. Stir to combine well and turn the heat to medium high, bringing the sauce to a simmer.

At first brush, the short rib can be intimidating, these bone-in cuts requiring a fair amount of time, but in fact little attention, to become fall-off-the-bone tender and mind-blowingly delicious.

½ tsp. crushed red pepper flakes (bonus points if you use foxhollow farm’s red pepper flakes!)

One tsp. pepper

Two cups arugula Flour tortillas



Three tbsp. canola oil

One bottle of red wine, malbec or cabernet recommended

One bunch of cilantro, tied together with kitchen twine




5. Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. Discard the bunch of cilantro and transfer the short ribs to a plate. The bones will be very easy to remove from the meat. Using two forks, shred the meat, removing any large fatty pieces. Place the shredded beef back into the sauce. At this point the short ribs are ready to serve, however we recommend making them one day ahead of time and placing the pot of ribs in the fridge overnight. A layer of fat will develop on the surface of the sauce. Remove the layer of fat and rewarm the beef in a 325 degree oven for twenty to thirty minutes. Serve the tacos with toasted flour tortillas, cilantro lime sour cream, pickled vegetables, and fresh arugula. Enjoy!

Recipe created by Lindsey McClave of The Farmer and The Foodie

½ tsp. dark chili powder

While short ribs are a favorite for the winter season when slow-roasts reign supreme, we are absolutely in love with the richness they add to tacos, one of our favorite summer meals. Perfect for a crowd, these short rib tacos are sure to knock the socks off of whoever is lucky enough to share them with you!

Five garlic cloves, minced

Two and ½ tsp kosher salt, divided

One bay leaf

4. Add the short ribs along with any drippings that have collected on the plate to the pot, ensuring they are submerged in the wine. Tie the stems of one bunch of cilantro together with kitchen twine and place on top of the short ribs. Cover the pot and transfer it to the oven. Cook for two and a half hours.

One tbsp. cumin

One large onion, thinly sliced

Three lbs. short ribs, grass-fed beef recommended

2. Pat the short ribs dry and season all four sides with kosher salt and black pepper. Warm the canola oil in a heavy bottomed, oven safe pot (one that has a lid) over medium-high heat until hot, but not smoking. Working in two batches, cook the short ribs on all four sides, searing for two to three minutes per side. Once browned, remove the short ribs to a plate and set aside.

One tsp. paprika - 1tsp

Two tbsp. worcestershire sauce

1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

Ingredients (Serves 4-6)




The high-gloss finish that Fine Paints of Europe is known for is achieved through a meticulous multistep process. Next to one of two Eames lounge chairs is a Cactus floor lamp from Roche Bobois. Milo Baughman tub chair from Thayer Coggin; Minotti coffee table; Equus rug from Stark.

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A homage to Ali in the foyer: “Ali on Paper-Smoketown Gold,” an acrylic and enamel screen print / diamond dust on somerset paper by Russell Young hangs behind “Ali,” a carbon fiber sculpture with chrome painting by Brendan Murphy.

Heart and hustle guide an entrepreneur's decisions regarding business and curating a one-of-a-kind art collection for his home.

Based on outward appearances, this stately Federal-style residence is admirable for its classical proportions that are in keeping with the other grand homes in this gated river bluff enclave. Once you step inside, however, the neighborhood similarities and conventions are left outside. After considering the scope of the project and the significant changes that the homeowner had in mind, builder Jason Black, owner of Artisan Signature Homes, connected him with Ron Wolz of Bittners, who he knew would be able to articulate his client's vision aptly. The homeowner's foray into the world of art collecting began after his business partner gifted him with an original painting depicting Muhammad Ali. It's a subject that continues to have a heavyweight presence in his continuing acquisitions, for which he relies on the expertise of Jacquelin Napal, founder of Art Angels, a contemporary art gallery in LA that represents both established and emerging artists. The homeowner said he employs a simple strategy of trusting his instinct and procuring pieces with symbolic significance. For instance, a freestanding bronze sculpture of a mighty rhino suspended within a cube visible as soon as you cross the threshold speaks to the homeowner's nature as a hard-charging entrepreneur.

The contours of the oval-shaped dining room are enhanced by textural squares of overlapping seam Élitis wall covering in varying shades of cobalt. “Nocturnal Approach," an acrylic sculpture painted jet black by Paul Rousso is mounted above the sideboard. Rug from Anabel’s Oriental Rugs.


In the living room, walnut paneling accentuated by lithe slats defines the television wall and a portion of the ceiling and serves as a recurring design element. A door that opens to a private lounge linked to the primary bedroom is seamlessly integrated within the paneling. No one does contemporary furniture better than the Europeans, so of course Ron selected pieces from the who's who of legendary manufacturers, including Minotti and Roche-Bobois. Jason Black's carpenters created the walnut coffee table positioned in front of the sofa.

Tigers also play predominantly in both art and interior design. Referring to tigers and rhinos as his "spirit animals," the homeowner said, "Go get 'em tiger," was an encouraging and endearing phrase often uttered by his late father. The reference is just one of many deliberate sentimental design elements. In devising a backdrop suitable for a vibrant assemblage of sculpture, mixed media, photographs, and paintings, Wolz created spaces that would be equally impactful sans art. Placed on newly laid honed marble floors in the foyer are pair of near-life-sized chromed carbon fiber sculptures by Miami and Malibu-based artist Brendan Murphy. Overhead, a trio of crystalcovered halo chandeliers suspended from a ceiling painting black seems to hover in place. The existing curved stairway received a facelift in keeping with the home's contemporized perspective. "We kept the classical proportions but pushed them in a modern direction," explained Wolz. Ascending the stairs allows for a closer look at a mixed media painting by former pro baseball player-turnedartist Micah Johnson and an abstraction of the Last Supper by Luis Serrano. The pieces' vastly different subject matter represents the homeowner's varied interests. The second-floor landing is the jumping-off point to explore a haven for kids and kids-at-heart. There's a playroom outfitted to rival an American Ninja Junior course, complete with a two-story slide and various climbing elements. A cargo net on one end provides access to a dedicated gaming room. A space on the opposite side is a Lego lover'sBackdream.downstairs, directly accessed from the foyer, the walls of the oval-shaped dining room with built-ins are sheathed in textural squares of overlapping seam wall covering from Élitis in subtly varying shades of cobalt. Resembling bunched black fabric, "Nocturnal Approach," an acrylic sculpture painted jet black by Paul Rousso surmounting the sideboard, tempers the exuberance all around. This visual stop sign lets one focus on the room's other admirable attributes, including a wallpapered ceiling inset with gilt accents and a surfboard-shaped stone dining table surrounded by cane chairs with origami-like contours.

The traditional original curved staircase in the foyer was given a facelift to make it more instep with the newly contemporized surroundings. 27

RH Modern crystal Halo

The swirling clouds in Fornasetti’s Nuvolette wallpaper from Cole & Son applied to the ceiling in the breakfast lounge are amplified by an ethereal Nimbus chandelier from Oly Studio.

A hidden door in the walnut-paneled wall provides access to a cozy lounge. The Nonette Floor Lamp, Astra armchairs with saffron upholstery, Bergamote armchair and ottoman, and Itineraire sectional are all from Roche Bobois. The coffee table is a custom piece made by Artisan Signature Homes.

“QueenB,” a Digital C print by Jenny Boot, dominates a room in the lounge, accessible from either the primary suite or a hidden door in the living room.


The design of a playroom on the second level rivals the layout of an American Ninja Junior course. Century Entertainment and Furnishings built the cabinetry for the completely reconfigured kitchen. Jumper stools from Roche Bobois; gas range from Big Chill. In the lower level bar area, a highly textural wall covering from Élitis is punctuated by a lacquered bar and a Eclatant linear chandelier from RH Modern. Stephen Holland’s painting “Muhammad Ali Over Liston” is also signed by Ali. 29

Rather than just apply iconic Fornasetti Nuvolette wallpaper from Cole & Son to the ceiling of the breakfast lounge, which would be interesting enough, particularly when the paper's cloudy sky effect is amplified by the cascading resin "bubbles" of the Oly Studio Nimbus chandelier, Wolz opted to have the enduring design extend one-fourth of the way down the wall. He then took it a step further by having the installers follow the undulating contours of the clouds instead of a straight seam. No longer a stuffy study of old, the extensive mahogany woodwork in the den received a coat of bold blue paint from Fine Paints of Europe, punctuated by a glass-like lacquered finish applied in a painstaking multi-step process. "Keeping the woodwork intact is a nod to tradition, but adding the color makes it relevant in context with the rest of the house," Wolz explained. Considering the striking closeup photograph hanging between a pair of built-ins and surmounting a sofa with burnt orange upholstery makes "The Tiger's Den" an apt description of the finished space. Mirror ball pendant lamps lend an ethereal touch to the gallery hall that leads to the entrance of the primary suite, guarded by a life-sized samurai sculpture perfectly placed into an arched niche with raised wainscoting and slat detail on the wall. The

Open to both the living room and breakfast lounge, the floorplan of the kitchen was completely reconfigured to improve functionality. Century Entertainment and Furnishings is responsible for the custom cabinets in the sleek kitchen, whose vertical lines mimic those found in the paneling.

The bed in the primary suite is a custom piece made by the Bittners woodworking shop. Bubble sofa from Roche Bobois at the foot of the bed. Gucci wallpaper; Eclantant chandelier from RH Modern. 30

Having caught the collecting bug, the homeowner says he has as much art in storage as he does on the walls. This declaration is good news for Wolz, as the home is still a work in progress, and he's up to the design challenge. "[The homeowner] is not someone who automatically says 'yes' to everything. Instead, he pushes you to test the boundaries of your creativity and what's possible," Wolz added. sl

“Mom, Can Astronauts be black?” a mixed media painting by former pro baseball player-turned-artist Micah Johnson hangs in the foyer. Mirror ball pendant lights are suspended from the cove ceiling in the hallway. A life-sized statue of a samurai marks the entrance to the primary suite. 31

In the lower level, a restored Honda 360 motorcycle is parked beneath "Roll the Dice," a large black and white photograph by David Yarrow

The slatted wall detail in the lower level television room is a recurring design bed was custom-made by Bittners to span the width between two windows that look out to the pool area. Hanging above the bed is another tiger image, this one looking less fierce amid a smattering of daisies. An upholstered ceiling and Gucci's Tiger Print wallpaper amp up the drama. The lower level is designed to accommodate downtime for adults and children. A deep leather sectional perfect for piling on faces a television wall accented similarly to the living room, but this time the wood slats are painted black. Two massive book-matched slabs of onyx—backlit to dramatic effect—provide the backdrop for a small elevated stage upon which a junior drum set rests. Opposite the bar, sporting a Kelly green lacquered finish, a restored Honda 360 motorcycle is parked beneath "Roll the Dice," a large black and white photograph by David Yarrow of a group playing craps as a wolf looks on. The homeowner fondly recalls learning to play craps with his father. Lacking this insider knowledge, a photograph of the homeowner with his dad on a similar (but sadly not the same) motorcycle propped on the seat reveals the intention of the arrangement.

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The Countach, unveiled in 1971 and produced from 1973 to 1990 in 1999 + 1 units, is one of the most iconic cars in automotive history. Taking the performance and driving pleasure of grand tourers off-road, the LM 002 went down in history as the first massproduced ultra-high-performance off-road vehicle, with 300 units produced between 1986 and 1993. Even before its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1971, the LP 500 had astonished the world with its extreme, futuristic appearance. In fact, the exclamation in Piedmontese

Introduced as an "idea car" to see whether the public would be interested in such an extreme car, it was equipped with the 60° V12 engine that had already performed so well on previous transverse rear mid-engine Lamborghinis. This time, however, the engine was mounted in the rear-longitudinal position, a new technical solution at Lamborghini. LP 500 was so successful that, even before the end of the Geneva show, Ferruccio Lamborghini had decided to put it into production. Nevertheless, the LP 500 remained a one-off, modified several times during the grueling road tests conducted by test driver Bob Wallace over the next three years, and destroyed in the crash tests required for homologation on March 21, 1974.

dialect "Countach," used to underscore the extraordinary nature of something witnessed, was added to the car's name just a few days before its official presentation, after a Carrozzeria Bertone technician had seen it under production and couldn't contain his surprise. 33

This year, Lamborghini is celebrating its V12. For nearly 60 years, the legendary 12-cylinder engine has equipped the most iconic models of the House of Sant'Agata Bolognese—the Countach and the LM 002. However, in its final evolution as a "pure" internal combustion engine, the V12 will go out of production when the last Aventador Ultimae rolls off the production line in late 2022.

Photos and text courtesy of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. As the sun sets on the production of its V12, Lamborghini shares the story of two models— Countach and LM 002— that are diametrically opposed but share the same extraordinary 12-cylinder mechanics

The 25 Anniversario adopted improved aerodynamics, some body panels made of composite material, and a more luxurious interior while retaining the mechanics of the Quattrovalvole. Incredibly, demonstrating the excellence of the Countach design, still innovative after 17 years of production, the 25 Anniversario was the series with the highest production numbers at 658 units. The last Countach,

In 1978, after 152 units had been produced, the Countach LP 400 was transformed into the LP 400 S, acquiring the more elaborate shape that characterized it for the next twelve years. The "S," was modified at the frame and chassis level to make the period's technical novelty—the super low-profile Pirelli P7 tires—perform better, but also at the aesthetic level. To accommodate the new enlarged brakes and wider tires, it became necessary to adopt wheel arch extenders, while the increased performance dictated the use of a more aerodynamic front spoiler. In addition, certain enthusiasts added a rear wing to complete the aerodynamic package.

In 1982, after production of 235 units, the 400 S was replaced by the LP 5000 S, still equipped with the legendary V12 but now increased to a capacity of 4.8 liters (4754 cc) for 375 hp at 7000 rpm.


From the indications provided by the LP 500, the LP 400, delivering 375 hp at 8000 rpm was born, going into production in late 1973, equipped with the traditional 4-liter engine. Due to the notch in the roof used to improve visibility through the interior rearview mirror, it is now known by the nickname "Periscope ."

After a 1979 LP 400 S made it to the big screen in 1981 as a leading character in the movie The Cannonball Run, the Countach appeared in the bedrooms of teenagers around the world, hanging on the walls as the favorite poster of an entire generation.

Following production of 323 units through 1984, it was replaced by the Quattrovalvole, considered by many to be the best combination of aesthetics, performance, reliability, and comfort.

The V12, in addition to the adoption of the four valves per cylinder, was modified to increase the displacement to 5.1 liters (5167 cc) for a maximum power output of 455 hp at 7000 rpm. The Quattrovalvole version was the first to be officially homologated for and imported to the United States, where, however, its carburetors were replaced by electronic fuel injection.

The opening of the US market allowed new sales volumes, and the Quattrovalvole was produced in 631 units up to 1988, when it was replaced by the Countach 25 Anniversario, so named to celebrate the 25 years since the founding of Automobili Lamborghini.

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If you're wondering why 1999 + 1 units were produced, the reason is simple. The first LP 500, physically made by Bertone, did not have a Lamborghini chassis number but a Bertone one. Therefore, the first Countach is the LP 400 chassis number 1120001 produced in 1973, initially red and then repainted green, with several aesthetic differences from the cars that would follow.

The LM 002 was commonly nicknamed the "Rambo Lambo" for its muscular appearance and because one of them, at the time, was owned by actor Sylvester Stallone. However, an Italian journalist gave the best definition of the LM 002, writing after a test drive: "At 200 km/h, the LM 002 doesn't slice through the air. It smacks it with pride."

Grigio Metallizzato (metallic gray) with gray interior, rolled off the assembly line on July 4, 1990, and went straight to the MUDETC, the company museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese.

During the "Countach years," the company management sensed that there might be a market for a high-performance off-road vehicle with luxury finishes. The LM 002 used the mechanics of the Countach engine in the 5.2-liter version with power reduced by 20 hp to use less refined fuel without running into problems, turned 180°, and shifted to the longitudinal front position. A four-wheel drive transmission was added, complete with a central differential and low gears. Like on the Countach, what remained was the tubular chassis, never before seen on an off-road vehicle, usually used exclusively on racing cars or the most sophisticated sports cars.

One example of LM 002 was equipped with the 7.2-liter 700 hp V12 engine usually used on off-shore boats, while another was prepared under the guidance of technical advisor Sandro Munari, a former World Rally champion, to compete in endurance races in the desert. There are so many anecdotes associated with the LM 002, including its ability to pull a Leopard tank or, equipped with a tow hook, a trailer with a lucky collector's Miura onboard.

Thus was born an extraordinary car capable of cruising on the highway at sports sedan averages and tackling extremely demanding off-road routes. The LM 002 was the vehicle that created the market for sports SUVs and the progenitor, at least spiritually, of today's Lamborghini URUS. It was produced in roughly equivalent numbers with carburetor fueling first and fuel injection later, easily recognizable from each other by the "hump" on the hood, which was much more pronounced on the carburetor models.

Written by Claire Williams Rarely do I get the feeling of being "off the grid," but I did so on a recent trip to Norway. I'd describe the experience as something out of a fairytale for those who've never ventured that far north. The coastal archipelago, with its soaring mountains, waterfalls cascading down mammoth rock faces, and greenery as far as the eye can see, reminded me of the first aerial view of Neverland that leaves Wendy wide-eyed when flying with Peter Pan, complete with rainbows bowing over the magical scene. However, the beauty and tranquility that's so captivating also pose a challenge. While Peter Pan might be able to hover over the varied topography of Neverland and visit every little isle with faith, trust, and pixie dust, we mere mortals, unfortunately, don't have that Sinceluxury.1893, this is where the Hurtigruten Group comes in ( The company is not only a necessity for being able to visit Norway off the beaten path but also vital for Norway in itself. We had the pleasure of boarding the MS Nordkapp to join part of the southbound journey on its Coastal Express (


Upon embarkation, you're greeted by authentic Norwegian touches. Andre Pettersen, Vice President of Hotel Operations, explained this intentional design ensures that the vessel doesn't feel like an IKEA showroom but rather like stepping into a Norwegian home. Nature and landscape motifs, coupled with areas of exposed wood that call to mind Lincoln Logs, gave me the impression that I was staying at a floating mountain lodge. Amenities spread across the ship's seven floors included a sauna, two Jacuzzis, a gym, various dining options, a rooftop bar, and an open-top deck optimal for viewing the fjords or taking a spoonful of cod oil to celebrate crossing over Artic Circle. As a company, the Hurtigruten Group stands apart for being highly focused on sustainable cruising, including removing single-use plastic from their entire fleet and building the first-ever hybrid-electric powered expedition cruise ships. This past June, Hurtigruten Norway launched two iconic sailings – the Svalbard Express and North Cape Express, which will set sail in 2023 on board the fully refurbished MS Trollfjord. The new itineraries will bring an elevated addition to the existing Coastal Express product for the first time in the brand’s history.

Hurtigruten's Coastal Express makes it easy to explorethe beauty of the Norweigan coast.


Kysten Arctic fine dining restaurant aboard the MS Nordkapp. Photo by Simon Skreddernes. Cruising the Hjørundfjorden fjord. Photo by Fabrice Milochau.


Aerial view of Trollfjorden. Photo by Stian Klo.

Norway relies on 70 local producers to deliver to the ship at numerous stops during its voyage. Pettersen described the Coastal Kitchen as "not a concept, but the DNA" of Norway. As a native of the United States who has lived in France for the past four years, I concur that a country's cuisine is the best storyteller of its people and culture, and Norwegian food is just that. Before boarding the MS Nordkapp, we had the pleasure of meeting Halvar Ellingsen, one of the critically acclaimed culinary ambassadors that helped craft the menu for Hurtigruten's Coastal Kitchen, at his own farm and rustic inn in Kvitnes ( en/forside). Ellingsen said he was tired of hearing the term "farm to table" thrown around and decided to take it literally. As a result, everything Ellingsen serves to guests comes directly from his farm; the only ingredients they outsource are basics such as flour and sugar. Ellingsen even goes as far as to use lamb bones as coals for the fire and cow manure as biogas, to try to make his operation as sustainable as possible.

A defining characteristic of its Coastal Express route is visiting multiple ports daily and 34 in total on the six-day sailing from Bergen in southern Norway to Kirkenes in the far north. While the stops allow visitors a chance for interesting shore excursions, it also enables Hurtigruten to live up to its name as the "lifeline of Norway" by delivering medicine, mail, cars, and goods at each port. With 90% of the Norwegian population living by the sea, Hurtigruten’s Coastal Express is vital to their livelihoods.

Auora Over Svolvaer, Norway. Photo by Richard Choi.

An integral aspect of the Hurtigruten Coastal Express experience is its Coastal Kitchen. A partnership between awardwinning Norwegian chefs Astrid Nässlander and Halvar Ellingsen with Hurtigruten Norway’s own Head of Food and Beverage Øistein Nilsen, means that passengers aboard the Coastal Express can revel in sustainably sourced, locally crafted, and seasonallyinspiredHurtigrutenplates.

At each stop during our sailing adventure, which allowed us to take full advantage of the arctic summer's midnight sun, there was always something new to discover. We trekked up the side of a mountain, which according to Norwegian lore was actually comprised of poor unfortunate trolls. At one stop while touring the Atlantic Ocean Road, one of Norway's most cinematic and picturesque coasts, we spied brave locals jumping from a bridge into the icy port waters in their "tighty whities."


Hurtigruten Norway’s CEO Hedda Felin said locals celebrated Hurtigruten's return to regular frequency after the pandemic by donning their traditional Norwegian garb as the ships docked in their harbors. Felin is one of two female CEOs in the company, with Asta Lassesen serving as CEO of Hurtigruten Expeditions.


Photo by Andrea Klaussner.

Passing by the Brudesløret waterfall. Photo courtesy of Visit Norway.

As the only expedition cruise line, Hurtigruten Expeditions’ longer portstays and a fleet of small boats takes guests closer to the areas they explore.

Award-winning chef and Hurtigruten Coastal Kitchen collaborator Halvar Ellingsen at Kvitnes Farm. Photo by Kristin Dahlen Rogstad.

Photo by Kristin Dahlen Rogstad.

Kvitnes farm is the embodiment of field and farm-to-table.


The rural Kvitnes Farm, operated by celebrated chef Halvar Ellingsen, a consultant for Hurtigrutens’ Coastal Kitchen program. Photo by Kristin Dahlen Rogstad.

Kysten, Hurtigruten Coastal Express's fine dining restaurant aboard the MS Trollfjord, highlights seaweed, the unsung hero and lungs of the sea. The kelp forests in Norway are major carbon sinks.

Hurtigruten Norway's lineup of chefs has managed to weave seaweed throughout every aspect of the menu. From arctic char with parsley and kelp emulsion to goat tartare with truffle seaweed mayonnaise, the Coastal Kitchen has elevated an often overlooked ingredient. During our time on "the world's most beautiful voyage," not only were we well fed, but genuinely spoiled by a most accommodating crew and the natural wonders of Norway. Hurtigruten is simply and quite literally a vessel for witnessing Norway's breathtaking heart and landscape in its purest and most natural form.

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A Hurtigruten Coastal Kitchen chef with the catch of the day. Photo by Agurtxane Concellon.

A continuation of the hospitable thread running throughout Norway, the Kvitnes farm, built in 1730 by Ellingsen's great-great grandfather, and where they've unearthed swords dating back to the time of the Vikings, truly felt like staying at someone's house in the least intrusive way possible. We removed our shoes before entering, were welcomed to relax in front of the fire, and ate dinner in our cozy wool socks. Our extensive 13-course dinner was a master course in freshness and how sometimes less is more, as the plates didn't rely on frivolity and Ellingsen let the natural flavors sing. Our Swedish guide Anders made it clear that his idea of "spice" is salt and pepper, as the ingredients sourced in Norway already provide enough flavor. We feasted on reindeer, halibut, whale, and even lamb testicles. During our meal, Ellingsen's farmhands, dressed in their Sunday best, doubled as servers and sommeliers. They'd pour a new wine with each course while taking brief intermissions to go outside, hike up their skirts, and wrangle the goats going astray in the pasture. The cuisine of Norway truly runs parallel with its people and culture: no frills, down-to-earth, land-focused, and adventurous.

Ellingsen boasts that although he hosted 2,800 guests last year at the nine room inn (with just as many on a waitlist for a coveted reservation), he hasn't purchased vegetables from an outside source in over two years. In France, where my next pain au chocolat is always a cobblestone street away, it was incredible and admirable to see someone's life so dependent on the natural world's rhythms.

From Silkscreen to Computer Screen The invention of painting software in the 1980s transformed paint from a physical object into code. Warhol—prescient in almost everything it seems— famously said: “Paintings are too hard. The things I want to show are mechanical. Machines have less problems.” So naturally, he embraced this new form of painting. Warhol made it official in 1985 when he created a digital portrait of pop star Debbie Harry using Deluxe Paint software on a personal computer, the Commodore Amiga 1000, heralding a new age of pixels-as-paint.

From Pigment to Pixels

Using a photograph he took of Debbie Harry for digital manipulation, Andy Warhol demonstrates the new Amiga Computer at Lincoln Center, New York, New York, July 23, 1985. (Photo by Allan Tannenbaum/Getty Images)

A Brief History of Paint Let’s start at the very beginning: 20,000 years ago, the first artists mixed charcoal with animal fat to make cave paintings. Then, in Pharaonic Egypt, artists mixed pigments into thinned egg yolks, known as Tempera, which remains on tomb walls today. It wasn’t until the Renaissance that artists discovered how to bind pigments to oil, a revolution that changed how images circulated. Tempera was limited to walls and wood panels, whereas oil adhered to canvas, a game-changer that made art more transportable (and shareable… kind of like the internet). Following this breakthrough, oil dominated for centuries—that is, until acrylic paint entered the picture when it was invented in the 1960s.


Case Study: David Hockney David Hockney (b. 1937), a classically trained painter, was quick to adopt digital art tools in the 1980s––and not as a media stunt, like Warhol the influencer––but to augment his painting practice. He first used a fax machine, then a color Xerox machine, to make digital prints. A series of 33 “Home-Made Prints” sold for nearly $1 million at Sotheby’s in 2021, demonstrating the level of demand for these works of art.

For decades, artists have experimented with digital tools, often incorporating or referencing technology in their paintings. As a result, cutting-edge collectors have come to seek, if not expect, these innovations from artists. At the same time, art is now part of the direct-to-consumer economy through online platforms and auctions. As the time we spend online accelerates, we are ever more seduced by the virtual experience of art, which continues to improve as technology evolves. Increasingly, paint and code are interchangeable. How did we get here? Prior to the global pandemic, I resisted looking at art online. But with increased screen time, I’ve come to appreciate the giant role technology plays in painting. While the artists who focus on this phenomenon have come to define an era, what lies ahead in terms of Web 3.0 and the Metaverse will make this moment seem quaint!

The future is in plastics. Acrylic paint is water-soluble and can be thinned to a watercolor-like consistency while the color stays bright (think neon), synonymous with the 60s aesthetic. And unlike oil, which dries super slowly, acrylic dries fast, thus speeding up production. Andy Warhol famously used acrylic paint in his silkscreens, a commercial production mode where the image can be endlessly reproduced.



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Takeaway: Hockney’s reputation has benefited from his innovations in the digital space, keeping him in the game spanning a seven-decade (and counting) career and achieving icon status. Is there anything this guy can’t do?

3. Laura Owens (b. 1970) - Untitled, 2016 sold for $1,593,000 at Sotheby’s in May 2022. Owens’ produced this painting by mapping cubic pixels (via screen printing) onto dyed linen.

With the invention of the iPhone (2007) and the iPad (2010), Hockney used painting software to sketch outdoors, creating a suite of “iPad drawings” that were digitally printed onto paper in limited editions. Hockney stated: “This is the closest I’ve ever come in printing to what it’s like to paint: I can put something down, evaluate it, alter it, revise it, all in a matter of seconds.” An added bonus? “I realized that with the iPad I could draw without moving from my bed.” We feel that too.

Show You the Money While digital innovations in art still underperform the analog painting market, painters who incorporate technology are highly collectible, as indicated by the market intel below.

1. Avery Singer (b. 1987) - Happening, 2014 achieved $5,253,000 at Sotheby’s in May 2022. Singer drafted the composition using SketchUp, a 3D rendering software, then projected the underdrawing on canvas, and painted over it with acrylic and airbrush.

2. Julie Mehretu (b. 1970) - Emergent Algorithm (Manara Circle, Palestine), 2012 sold for $4,890,000 at Sotheby’s in May 2022. Mehretu incorporates digital architectural blueprints into her abstractions, which she renders in acrylic and ink on canvas on board.

One of Hockney’s iPad prints, The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011 (twenty eleven) - 4 May, 2011, edition of 10, achieved $671,000 at Phillips in March 2022. In a plot twist, Hockney’s steady production of editioned prints didn’t dilute his market; rather, the opposite occurred. In 2018, Hockney’s acrylic on canvas painting, Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972 fetched $90 million at Christie’s, crowning Hockney the most expensive living painter.

4. Wade Guyton (b. 1976) - Untitled, 2006 sold for $5,989,000 at Sotheby’s in 2014. Guyton is known for his pioneering use of EpsonUltraChrome inkjet on canvas to create his paintings.


A SNACK-SIZED PRIMER FOR FURTHER EXPLORING The internet is your oyster! So here is some inspiration for your next painting-inspired internet rabbit hole… we’re just getting started. Cory Arcangel, Tauba Auerbach, Caitlin Cherry, Aria Dean, Jeff Elrod, Oli Epp, Urs Fischer, Charles Gaines , Wade Guyton, Camille Henrot, Tishan Hsu, Jacqueline Humphries, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Michel Majerus, Helen Marten, Julie Mehretu, Kate Mosher Hall, Albert Oehlen, Laura Owens, Oliver Payne, Seth Price, Rachel Rose, Analia Saban, Avery Singer, Frances Stark, Emma Stern , Sarah Sze , Julia Wachtel, Kelley Walker, Michael Williams, Jordan Wolfson , Christopher Wool, Anicka Yi, Allison Zuckerman

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One hundred percent of plant fiber byproduct (bagasse) is repurposed for fuel, electricity, and organic fertilizer. In addition, a quarter of the company's agricultural investments are devoted to research, including AgTech. After fermentation and distillation, one hundred percent of the residual liquid (vinasse) is treated and used for irrigation, conserving more than 5M gallons of water annually. The distillery produces its own cane plants, grafted



Were it not for the fire-engine-red coloring of its buildings, the distillery operations at Rhum J.M. on the island of Martinique would be nearly indiscernible from the verdant jungle that envelops the 1,000-acre estate at the base of Mount Pelée. For the past decade, the operations in this Eden-like setting have been continuously refined to leave as light a footprint as possible on the environment. This process, now codified, was unveiled this past Earth Day as "The EDDEN Project," an acronym translated from French as "Committed to the Sustainable Development of our Ecosystems and our Nature." The origins of the distillery and farmland, situated in a distinct terroir-driven tropical climate with high cloud cover and mineral springs, can be traced back to 1790. J.M. grows seventyfive percent of the sugarcane used in its aged rhum agricole production on steep slopes rich with volcanic soil and chooses to harvest later than other growers to impart more terroir into the finished"Creatingproduct.aremarkable rum, which honors the prestigious brand Rhum J.M., requires significant patience, as the process is quite lengthy," says Karine Lassalle, Master Blender of Rhum J.M. "An aged rum for Martinique requires a minimum of three years to produce. Therefore, we need patience and passion because none of this would be possible without passion. And humility, too."

In Martinique, rhum production and banana cultivation are the most substantial industries, even ahead of tourism. Wanting to preserve this agricultural legacy, as part of The EDDEN Project, J.M. has utilized key practices to hone their craft within a full circular economy. "We are dedicated to making quality align with longevity," said Emmanuel Becheau, Director.

Rhum agricole differs from rum in that it's made from sugar cane juice as opposed to the fermented molasses used to distill a predominance of rums on the shelf. The sugar cane juice imparts rhum with an earthy, grassy flavor and a less syrupy mouthfeel than molasses-based rum. Rhum is also the French spelling of rum, and similar to champagne, true rhum agricole should only be labeled as such when produced in the French territories of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Réunion. Also similar to wine, Martinique has its own Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) that dates to the 1970s.

With The EDDEN Project, Rhum J.M., one of the world's best producers of aged rhum, commits to a cleaner, greener approach to distilling.

The company is supporting a growing interest in ecotourism, taking visitors behind the "label" to see the complete process by witnessing it firsthand on the property. Plans include educational touch points throughout the distillery to explain the Rhum Agricole production process and steps toward sustainability at each point in the cycle, as well as extended guided tours to the agricultural areas of the property to showcase sugarcane cultivation.

from nodes in their nursery and planted near the distillery. They currently use three main varieties of cane that are particularly suited for the property's microclimate. 45

By the end of this year, the brand will obtain the Haute Valeur Environmental (HVE) Level 3 Certification, meaning "high environmental value," awarded by the French Ministry of Agriculture to farmers focused on key areas of environmental conservation. J.M. is working toward full Level 3 certification, the highest level, which includes achievement in biodiversity conservation, plant protection strategy, fertilizer use, and management of water.

"The lover of J.M. must be certain that behind each bottle, passionate women and men have given meaning to excellence by preserving their ecosystem, enhancing the raw material, passing on the gestures and the secrets of ancestral know-how, and sharing the love and the flavor," said Bechaeu. sl

The distillery has pledged to plant 120 trees annually, with one year already complete. This past May, Rhum J.M. became the first member from Martinique to receive the Bonsucro Certification, an international not-for-profit governance group established in 2008 to promote sustainable sugarcane and reduce the environmental and social impacts of sugarcane production while recognizing the need for economic viability.

Social responsibility is also a core component of EDDEN, with the company proudly touting that women hold seventy-five percent of its management positions. In 2021, J.M. became part of the U.N. Global Compact, which offers its members a voluntary engagement framework on the ten principles to respect regarding human rights, the right to work, the environment, and the fight againstJ.M.corruption.partnered with Péyi Vert Project, which aims to plant one million trees in Martinique in the next five years to increase local biodiversity, restore the fertility of degraded soils, fight against air pollution, and reconstitute a green belt for public enjoyment.

"With EDDEN, we're sharing these advancements because this is the way. Exceptional because it is authentic. Exceptional because we care. J.M is at the crossroads of modernity and tradition, and there is much more on the horizon," remarked Grégoire Guéden, CEO of Spiribam, which imports Rhum J.M. into the United States.


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A move punctuated when the luxurious Equestrian Hotel ( opened its door at the WEC last May.


With a comprehensive lineup of events and beyond-the-barn amenities encompassing everything from fine dining to fashion, Ocala's Equestrian Hotel isn't just for the horsey set. 49

For quite some time, Lexington, Kentucky, and Ocala, Florida, have been engaged in a chess-like series of legal and PR maneuvers to lay claim to the title of being the "Horse Capital of the World." Ocala declared a definitive "checkmate" two years ago with the World Equestrian Center (WEC) opening.

Providing the brains and budget for the WEC and the Equestrian Hotel is the Roberts family, who self-made their fortune in the trucking industry before diversifying their portfolio with several real estate, equine, and hospitality ventures, among others. Mary Roberts led the family's foray into horses four decades ago, beginning with 4-H and progressing to the All American Quarter Horse Congress.

Ground level in The Grand Arena with The Equestrian Hotel in the background. Photo by Andrew Ryback.

Mary and Larry Roberts built an arena on their family farm in Wilmington, Ohio, thirty-five years ago that hosted many futurities and circuits. However, when the next generation of the Roberts family took an interest in horses, their efforts went from a trot to a full-on gallop. Roby Roberts and his wife Jennie rebranded the Wilmington arena as the World Equestrian Center in 2016. They made numerous improvements to the 200-acre site, previewing the ample amenities for spectators, visitors, and competitors at their next project: World Equestrian Center Ocala.

Ocala's foray into the equine industry dates back to World War II, when Carl Rose established Rosemere Farm, the area's first Thoroughbred farm. Rosemere's soil has a similar limestone composition famous in the Bluegrass for producing nutrient-rich grasses and fast, healthy racehorses. Success for Sunshine State-bred horses came quickly, with Needles winning the Kentucky Derby in 1956, the first horse from Florida to do so. This was followed by Carry Back in 1961; Triple Crown winners Affirmed and American Pharoah in 1978 and 2015, respectively; and. most recently, Derby winner Nyquist in 2016. Today, there are nearly 1,000 racehorse farms in Ocala/Marion County, giving it the statistical designation of being home to more horses than anywhere else in the United States.

WEC Ocala is best described as a state-of-the-art, resortstyle equestrian sports venue, a Disneyland for equestrians if you will.


The Ocala WEC sits on 378 acres next to the Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, which the Roberts Family has owned for 17 years.

One of Mary Roberts' passions is design. She and Ric Owens, principal designer at Roberts Design, are responsible for the European and equestrian-inspired interiors that are simultaneously elegant and approachable, whimsical but not kitschy.

Leaving the bright Florida sunshine to step into the expansive lobby is a transportive experience. My eyes darted around the space, taking in the soaring ceilings, polished black marble floors, multiple seating areas with comfy custom furnishings, and the greatest assemblage of canine portraits I've ever seen in one space.

In full disclosure, I was never a "horsey" girl, preferring team sports to the saddle. But, with that said, you can't help but admire the scale of the operation and the equestrians themselves. Young girls accessorized their pigtails with petite bows and their riding britches with a shiny and iconic "H" buckle. At the same time, more mature women with light makeup and casually tousled ponytails were every bit the epitome of the French je ne sais quois. Coincidentally, that "certain something" style also permeates the hotel's interior design.

The hotel sits at the terminus of a long drive that winds past barns and outdoor arenas and into a grove of Southern live oaks, creating a postcard-perfect scene of riders ambling along under

branches festooned with Spanish moss. As the five-story, 248-room hotel reveals itself, the clean lines of its bright white exterior topped with a mansard roof belie the gilded opulence inside.

Near the check-in desk, bunches of blooms, artfully arranged in tall vases, adorned a marble-topped gilded table under a substantial crystal chandelier. The scene is part Ralph Lauren Home, part Palace of Versailles, and totally unique.

Horses are just as pampered as people with 2,200 12x14 rubber-matted stalls spread throughout a network of permanent climate-controlled barns linked to one another and the arenas via covered walkways.

During our long weekend visit, the $140,000 Lugano Diamonds FEI CSI3* Grand Prix was taking place in the Grand

Arena, which is situated directly behind the hotel. This positioning grants all rooms on the backside a front-row seat to the action.

Passing through our room's vestibule, I was immediately drawn to a large picture window that framed the view of colorful and welllandscaped oxers and verticals already in place for that evening's competition under the lights. A pair of 30' x 60' LED walls at the far end of the arena brought the action even closer.

There are several distinct dining destinations on the property. In the hallway that leads to Emma's Patisserie, oil portraits of dogs, displayed in the same gilded frames as those in the lobby, take on a more playful bent and are joined by anthropomorphic images of wildlife as nobility. We made far too many trips here, unable to resist the stunningly beautiful and exceedingly delicious confections

created by Executive Pastry Chef Yohann Le Bescond. A native of Treffiagat, France, Le Bescond began his formal training at age 15. And, we weren't alone in heeding sugar's siren song as there was regularly a line out the door at any given time of day.

Equestrian inspiration is everywhere, from the bold custom carpet leading to guest rooms to the stirrup detail on a decorative bed pillow and polished bit-style pulls on the nightstands. Calm colors, subtle shimmer, and patterns, such as a herringbone carpet that calls to mind vintage tweeds, create a serene scene.

The sweet surprises continue next door to Emma's at Mr. Pickles & Sailor Bear Toy Shoppe. Just inside the main entrance, the original Geoffrey from the Toys R Us flagship in New York City peers above a menagerie of stuffed animals, some as animated as the wide-eyed children ogling the toys. Everything in the shop was hand-picked by Mary Roberts, including one of the most comprehensive selections of Breyer horses and accessories I've seen in one place. 51

Painted Kelly Green with gilded trim, the entrance to the Yellow Pony is easily discernable from the lobby's predominantly black and white palette. The sole outlet on the property with a bar open in the evening, it's the place to be during happy hour and after, as the hearty, well-executed, and elevated bar food is as much a draw as the extensive cocktail menu.

Dining al fresco during the VIP experience at Stirrups Restaurant, whose covered terrace is adjacent to the Grand Arena. The Yellow Pony boasts an extensive craft cocktail menu. 52

Stirrups Restaurant sits at the pinnacle of the dining experiences in terms of its interior design and offerings. On Saturday nights when competition occurs in the Grand Arena, the restaurant offers dinner and a show: a three-course VIP dining experience on its covered terrace. At just 7,000-square-foot, the Equestrian Hotel's Calluna spa offers a comprehensive lineup of body and face treatments and salon services. While a signature massage would have been apropos following an afternoon of trekking from arena to arena and checking out more than two dozen independent retailers, I opted for a decadent 80-minute HydraFacial that left me absolutely glowing. In addition, the coolness of the serums applied during the treatment refreshed my skin, which was still warm from soaking up the sun at the pool. Service at every level was exceptional, something that Director of Hospitality Justin Garner attributes to opening during the height of the pandemic. "I had been furloughed like many others in the travel industry. With so much talent sitting on the bench and looking for an opportunity, it was an ideal time for the hotel to recruit and secure great people."

Several fast-casual outlets on the property cater to event participants with good eats. These include Filo's Mexican Cantina; design your own salad, pasta, and pizza at Viola & Dot's; sweets at Miss Tilly's Lollipops; the Horse to Water poolside bar and grill; and classic diner fare at Ralph's. 53

While equestrian events are the backbone of the operation, there are plenty of other ways to horse around at the World Equestrian Center. Before the end of the year, for instance, there's a Festival of Speed car show, Ocala Comic Con, breed-specific dog shows, and the Ocala Wine & Food Festival. For more information, visit sl Living area of a guest room overlooking The Grand Arena. Photo by Ethan Tweedie.

Horse to Water Pool & Bar. Photo by Ethan Tweedie.

An on-site nondenominational chapel and extensive banquet facilities made the WEC and ideal spot for destination weddings. The Yellow Pony. Photo by Ethan Tweedie.

In the last decade alone, Poltrona Frau has launched more than 200 products within 40 different lines for the home, both inside and out. These include accessories and furnishings, textile collections, fashion leather accessories, and contract furnishings. These innovations have moved the brand from being a furniture company into a lifestyle brand.

Strategic collaborations with Acqua Di Parma, Ferrari, Loro Piana, Moto Guzzi, Ducati, Costa Cruises, Ferrari, and Cantina Luce della Vite, among others, have resulted in the creation of unique and sophisticated objects that confer style and elegance and further emphasize Poltrona Frau's grasp of what it means to be a lifestyle brand.

In celebration of the 100+10 anniversary, more than 20 products were presented at the Milan Furniture Fair this past June. United under the moniker of "True Evolution," the collection reinterprets some iconic products from the brand's catalog with a focus on comfort and softness. The company's fruitful and established collaborations with designers GamFratesi and Roberto + Ludovica Palomba were integral in creating new furnishings. At the same time, they embarked on a new partnership with Bulgarian designer Assia Karaguiozova, known for her creative experiments with artisanal techniques.

Sardinian-born furniture maker Renzo Frau founded Poltrona Frau in Turin, Italy, in 1912. Noted for its extensive catalog of designs that have ascended to icon status today, the company is headquartered in Tolentino, a small town in the Marche region of central Italy. In 2021, the Italian government recognized the company as a Historic Brand of National Interest. The anniversary slogan "100+10 Years of True Evolution" was coined to highlight what the company says is a consistent and honest evolution rooted in heritage, design, and sustainability as strategic development levers. Poltrona Frau is using the occasion to lay the foundations for a future that holds experimentation with new aesthetic languages and sustainable production.

A testament to Poltrona Frau's strategic journey towards sustainability, a series of limited edition pieces are upholstered with the new Pelle Frau® Impact Less Leather, tanned with natural ingredients and without the use of chromium for a reduced environmental impact. The brand is committed to replacing the Pelle Frau® ColorSphere® (CS) collection with this innovative leather by the end of 2022 and aims to reduce its Co2 emissions by 50% by 2030. sl

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Diversification and versatility have been company cornerstones from the beginning, with the brand furnishing cruise ships, institutional venues, and cars for VIP customers of Vincenzo Lancia. This fluidity translates into the ability to create pieces and spaces that interpret the needs and nuances of contemporary living in various settings, including home, office, naval, automotive, and hospitality. Collaboration between Poltrona Frau and some of the world's most renowned international architecture firms—Zaha Hadid Studio, Foster & Partners, David Chipperfield Architects, and Studio Odile Decq—have allowed it to leave an indelible mark on globally significant buildings. For example, at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the audience sits on Poltrona Frau seating.

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An Advanced Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers, Hodgdon boasts impressive chops in the wine industry, including stints as head sommelier at Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bistro, The French Laundry, and Per Se, followed by five years as United States ambassador for Krug Champagne. He likes to say, "anywhere Krug Champagne was being opened, I was there."

"The idea is that any amount directed to charity is good," said Garth. Currently, no minimum value is required for a donation to be handled by The Legacy Foundation. Hodgdon initiates the vetting process through a phone call, discussing areas such as storage and provenance. "It's an easy conversation to have and nice for donors because I understand their passion and can speak to them at their level," he added.

To date, Hodgdon has worked with approximately 25 donors. The list includes people interested in selling a few bottles to make room for more, people who have inherited a collection and aren't sure what to do with it, and those looking to sell their entire cellar. "It's a low-stress process, and the wine goes to the best place: fellow wine enthusiasts who will drink it and appreciate it as much as the donor." Even better, Hodgdon emphasized, is that a donor can see the impact of a gift without dipping into their cash reserves or relying on a bequest to carry out their charitable intentions. sl


"A lot of time, people don't think about wine as an asset," said Garth Hodgdon, Director of The Legacy Cellar Foundation. "Serious wine collection is intentional, and collectors often have more wine in their cellar than they could ever drink." And this is where The Legacy Foundation steps in. The privately endowed 501(c)(3) donor-advised fund collects, authenticates, and liquidates wine collections for charitable purposes.

What sets The Legacy Cellar apart from other auction houses and sales outlets is that as a privately endowed entity, one hundred percent of a bottle or cellar's value goes to the donor's designated charity. The organization made a big splash in Bel Air, California, this past May at their inaugural event, "A Goliath 60th Celebration," which honored the 60th anniversary of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The auction's centerpiece, which raised more than $3 million, was a massive 27-liter "goliath" bottle of 2003 Sine Qua Non The Inaugural Syrah. This priceless 100point wine—the only bottle of its kind in the world—was donated by wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr.

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The opportunity to run The Legacy Foundation arose during the pandemic while Hodgdon and his wife lived in Chicago. Having "retired" from being a sommelier, the notion that he could use his expertise for good and interact with some of the foremost wine collectors in the United States was instantly appealing. However, it wasn't until he started work that he realized the magnitude of the charitable aspect. "Up to that point, philanthropy hasn't appeared on my radar," he explained. "But after working with and helping tons and tons of different types of charities, from José Andrés' World Central Kitchen to Sea Shepherd, my mind is blown every single day by the important work carried out by the charities we support."

While the live auction format is certainly a go-to for obtaining top dollar, Hodgdon explained that his number one directive is to get the highest value for a wine donation. This gives him the freedom to approach individual collectors, for instance, if he believes that's the best means to an end.

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If farming left us all looking as fresh-faced as Maggie Keith in her Instagram posts, there'd be a mad dash to the countryside to lay claim to our own homesteading haven. A fourth-generation land steward at Foxhollow Farm in Crestwood, Kentucky working alongside her mother Janey Newton, they represent a growing movement of landowners interested in implementing new old ways of sustainably nourishing the soil and ourselves. 67

Foxhollow's business model follows the lead of farms such as Hawthorne Valley in New York and Polyface Farms in Virginia, which are diversified, grass-based, organic, and directto-consumer. Grassfed cattle is the backbone of Foxhollow's operations; their herd of 500 started with just 30 head in 2006. Beyond this, Maggie said that she and her mother wanted the farm to be able to "fill the whole plate." So, they invited entrepreneurial farmers to lease acreage and become part of a biodynamic community that shares equipment and knowledge that makes everyone better at what they do. Their "partner growers" include Pavel Ovechkin, who uses four acres for his CSA and market garden; neat rows of kaleidoscopic blooms belonging to Christy O'Connell and Mandy Thompson, who operate Pure Pollen Flowers; and Jared Wilkinson, whose Duck Duck Beet uses farm-fresh ingredients in his prepared meal delivery service.

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Foxhollow Farm takes a holistic approach to bringing the farm to your table.

Janey's mother, Mary Shands, moved her and her siblings to the family's 1,300-acre farm in the early 1970s. In the early 1990s, Mary proved to be ahead of her time in using nature as a nurturer by converting some old farmhouses into the Foxhollow Holistic Clinic and Spa. During this same era, Janey co-founded the Waldorf School of Louisville. The family has long been guided by the writings of Austrian social reformer Rudolf Steiner, credited with devising Anthroposophy, which works on the basis that the human being is a threefold being of spirit, soul, and body. This holistic philosophy is the foundation of principles related to Biodynamic agriculture and Waldorf education. When stewardship of the land passed to Janey in 2005, it was being farmed in a three-crop rotation. At this time, Maggie, who fondly recalls playing in the woods that surround the farm as a child, was in college studying business and entrepreneurship and wrote a business plan for switching the farm to a biodynamic model. While she enjoyed the assignment, Maggie's career aspirations at the time leaned more toward fashion than farming. However, as the plan went into implementation, she said she "really began to appreciate all the aspects building this life."

A new market is open to the public on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-6 pm, and people are always welcome to walk the trails that traverse fields and woods, from dawn to dusk.

During a recent cool late summer evening, as I walked with Maggie and her daughter Esme along a mowed path through a newly planted orchard and past boxes brimming with busy bees, no doubt reveling in an environment laden with diversity, she said that she and her mother "flow where the farm is going." They used the pandemic to take a step back from their very active agritourism efforts to revisit their mission, which included making enhancements to their home delivery program. Ninety-five percent of their business is direct-to-consumer, representing an intentional move away from their previous wholesale model. "It's important to me to encourage the 'Sunday meal' culture and cooking at home for friends and family," Maggie said. Additionally, Maggie and her mother reviewed the notes from a "visioning session" a decade earlier to see which goals had been attained. "We were pleased to see that we'd ticked almost all of the boxes, including diversifying our meat menu and continuing to heal the land," Maggie said.

While Maggie can make farm life look idyllic ("we don't all look like Old MacDonald," she said with a laugh), the reality is that it takes a village to keep everything running smoothly, and she's Image courtesy of Foxhollow Farm Image courtesy of Foxhollow Farm Image courtesy of Foxhollow Farm

Carrying on Mary Shands' legacy of promoting body and spirit wellness are several community-owned businesses operating out of the farm, including Bluebird Cottage School, a nature and playbased preschool, a life coach, alternative healers, and a biofeedback specialist. Maggie explained that diversity is all part of the plan. "Community building means reaching as many people as possible."


quick to cite the importance of their team. Surprisingly, when I asked what keeps her up at night, it had nothing to do with the farm specifically (a testament to her partners and staff) but more about the overall state of farming and food distribution in our country. She said in those moments when she's feeling overwhelmed about more significant issues, she leans on mentors like Mary Berry, daughter of author Wendell Berry and director of the Berry Center. She also cites the writings of Wendell as a salve for her soul.

Foxhollow has resumed its agritourism efforts, which encompass everything from "Saturdays with Spirits" to outdoor concerts, "hayride happy hour," pop-up dinners, and a fundraising event with The Lee Initiative on September 22 ( For Maggie, reconnecting is part of the mission and the fun. "People, come on out to the farm; we haven't seen you in two years!" sl

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taping its third season. Borne from a shared passion for cooking and exploring new ingredients (and their husband's joking they talk about food so much they should have a show), Maggie and good friend Lindsey McClave began filming episodes in kitchens of homes Maggie's brother George had listed for sale. A friend of a friend connected them with KET, and the rest is history. In this issue, you can find Lindsey's recipe for short rib tacos on page 22.

Providing a larger platform for Maggie to share her mission is The KET-produced "The Farmer and The Foodie," which just 69

"I dislike the thought that some animal has been made miserable to feed me. If I am going to eat meat, I want it to be from an animal that has lived a pleasant, uncrowded life outdoors, on bountiful pasture, with good water and trees for shade." - Wendell Berry. courtesy of Foxhollow Farm

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GEMINI May 21st – June 20th Gemini, the new moon in Virgo that occurred last month, still exerts its energy during the first eight days of September, making it an excellent time to submit an offer for a house or find a new space you love. It's also a wonderful time to spruce up your current space with minor changes or a complete renovation. Then, at the full moon in Pisces on September 10th landing in your prestigious career sector, you may land the opportunity of your dreams, such as a TAURUS April 20th – May 20th Taurus, the new moon that landed in Virgo last month is still shining a light on romance, love, and fun for you! This could bring more fun and love if you're coupled up, or a new love interest if single. If you want to adopt or have a baby, the first two weeks of October are the best times to get started. At the new moon in Libra on September 25th, you can begin a winning new health and fitness routine. This is also an excellent new moon to land ARIES March 21st – April 19th Aries, as we start the month, the energy of the new moon in Virgo that occurred at the end of last month will still be going strong, making it an excellent time to start and stick to a fitness and nutrition routine. At the new moon in Libra on September 25th, you'll merge forces with a partner in love, business, or potentially both. You may find a suitable business partner and a potential serious love interest simultaneously. This person may resurface from the past Happy Birthday Virgo and Libra! This fall allows you to create exactly what you desire for your life with divine timing! To see what this season has in store for you, check out your September and October Sophisticated Stars!


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PISCES February 19th - March 20th Pisces, the fall is all about love and inspiration for you. As you start the month of September, the Virgo new moon of August 27th will still be lighting your house of marriage and partnership, making it an excellent time to fall more deeply in love with your steady. This new moon can trigger an introduction if you're not in a relationship. At the full moon in Pisces on September 10th, you can start to take steps toward creating the life of your choosing! Next, we have a new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio that might change your life. You may decide to get an advanced degree or go back to school. Alternatively, you may opt for an extended stay overseas, or somewhere far from you that's close to

SAGITTARIUS November 22nd – December 21st Sagittarius, you have such an outstanding fall forecast! For the first week of September, the new moon in Virgo on August 27th will still be strong and influential. This new moon lands squarely in your house of career status and acclaim. Sagittarius, this is your time to make a career dream a profound reality. Plant and nurture those seeds now; you'll have opportunities at this time to elevate your career. You should know what you want to manifest so it can happen! Then, at the full moon in Pisces on September 10th, you may purchase real estate near water or plan a memorable family trip or project in a coastal city. If you'd like a little more love and romance in your life, the full moon in Aries on October 9th will deliver just that for you!


CAPRICORN December 22nd – January 19th Capricorn, the full moon in Pisces on September 10th will speak directly to you. You may land an exciting new contract that's creative in nature. You may also hear exciting sibling news at this time. Then at the new moon in Libra on September 25th, you'll celebrate a career victory. With the new moon in Libra landing in your house of career, that's just Capricorn's cup of tea as Capricorn governs career for the entire zodiac! Finally, it's time to get social at the new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio. Consider launching your social media campaign and painting the town.

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Scorpio, what a delightful fall you have in store! The full moon in Pisces on September 10th will grant you ultimate joy in your love life. If you're in a committed relationship, you'll enjoy more fun and romance with your partner. Single Scorpios may hear from an old flame that wants to rekindle things with Mercury being retrograde. See how you feel, dear Scorpio. Your watershed moment arrives at the new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio on October 25th. This eclipse seems bent on creating a remarkable life change for Scorpios. With this new moon being a happy and powerful solar eclipse, you can utilize this energy to manifest changes you'd like to see in your life.

The fall is a beautiful season and birthday season for Libra. On September 10th, a full moon in Pisces highlights your house of work. As Pisces is a creative water sign

AQUARIUS January 20th – February 18th Aquarius, as we start September, the new moon in Virgo is still shining a light on making your financial dreams a reality. This new moon can trigger excellent financial news in investments, sales, a mortgage or loan, venture capital, or other exciting financial news! Then at the full moon in Pisces, there's a possibility you'll be accepting a new job, changing departments, or relocating for work. With the full moon in Pisces, this new role could be in a coastal city or near water. Finally, at the new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio governing Aquarius's Career house, you should have a life-changing career opportunity present itself at this time that will see you celebrating!

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slmag.netPorsche says that its focus on the future is matched only by its passion for the past. According to the company, the United States is home to more classic Porsche sportscars than any other market. However, over time, even the most gingerly driven cars require attention and restoration, which prompted the company to commence the Porsche Classic Restoration Challenge. Now in its second year, this competition invites Porsche dealerships across the United States to restore any Porsche model classified as a classic, with the objective of returning it to factory condition and documenting the process for sharing through various media channels. Porsche is providing specialty restoration training for dealership technicians and a portfolio of more than 60,000 unique Porsche Classic Genuine Parts to support the initiative.

Blue Grass MOTORSPORT Porsche earns accolades for its restoration of a 1982 911 SC.

The core restoration team encompassed in-house experts (Shawn Collier, Ryan Utke, Stephen Almond), who relied on assistance from specialists near and as far as Orlando, and one NEW,





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For its first foray into the challenge, Blue Grass MOTORSPORT Porsche purchased a 1982 911 SC, powered by a 172-horsepower air-cooled 3.0-liter flat-six aluminum engine with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection. Interestingly, Jim Haynes, Dealer Principal for Blue Grass MOTORSPORT, sold the car to its original owner, Dr. Leonard Goddy, in 1983, after purchasing it from another dealer. “It was the attainment of something that had not been possible for me when I was much younger,” said Goddy about the 911 in a video produced by Blue Grass Porsche to document the restoration. Dr. Goddy enjoyed the car as his daily driver for three decades until Haynes repurchased it from him for the challenge. Haynes remarked that his personal connection to this vehicle and its previous owner made the restoration process much more impactful.

As part of the scoring metric throughout the Restoration Challenge, dealerships were awarded points for hosting events highlighting the progress of their vehicles. For example, blue Grass hosted a cars and coffee gathering while the 911 was being actively restored and again when it was complete. The car was also displayed at the Keeneland Concours d’Elegance this past July.

Dealer Principal Jim Haynes addressing the audience at the Cars & Coffee event. 77

In early August, the 911 SC traveled to Porsche’s North American headquarters in Atlanta. Here a panel of experts evaluated its work based on criteria that include restoration - such as engine, suspension, and interior – and documentation like the Classic Technical Certificate. Among the 65 entrants from dealerships around the country vying for bragging rights and a coveted allocation of Porsche’s top-tier models, Blue Grass MOTORSPORT Porsche took top honors in the region as well as securing the People’s Choice Award. On September 3rd, the 911 will travel to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Porsche Sports Car Together Fest and the announcement of the overall winner. While the team agrees that the restoration challenge was most definitely challenging, there is also consensus that the process was rewarding. “The project added a cultural positive to the dealership as there is a thrill, pride, and excitement in learning something new,” said Haynes. “This is the car that we’ve cut our teeth on, and we’ve learned a lot so that when someone brings us their car for restoration, it will be done according to Porsche standards.” sl For more information about the restoration, visit

Photo by Bridget Williams, Making sure the paint finish is perfect before the Cars & Coffee event. Alec Van Ryan making sure the 911 is showready for the Cars & Coffee unveiling.

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A 1931 Buick Model 8-9 Roadster owned by David M. Landow was named Best of Show at the event, held annually on the third weekend of July on the grounds of Keeneland racecourse. Porsche was the featured marque, with four of the 20 classes of juried entrants devoted to Porsche. The Car Club Paddock proved to be a popular draw, with designated parking for enthusiasts to display their non-juried cars. Proceeds from the event benefit UK Healthcare Kentucky Children’s Hospital. and class winners. Photo courtesy of the Keeneland Concours.

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90 WineBillbyPhoto 1) Bill Hall & Heidi Steinert 2) Stuart Ferguson, Larry Sinclair, Stuart Ray, Lee Ann Thompson. 3) 2022 PGA Champion Justin Thomas chatting with Jimmy Kirchdorfer, General Chairman of the 2024 PGA Championship 4) Keith Reese, Kim Wade, John Ballard. 5) Jay, Dana, Jimmy & Emma Kirchdorfer 6) Terry Meiners, Tom Miller, Tonda & Glenn Haygood. 7) Judy & Jeff Noel 8) Rick & Alex Hasselbeck, Heath Majors. 9) Mary & Michael Recchio FORE THE LOVE OF THE GAME

Dana & Jimmy Kirchdorfer hosted a cocktail reception at their home to acknowledge those who purchased a hospitality chalet for the 2024 PGA Championship at Valhalla. Jimmy is Chairman of the 2024 PGA Championship and a co-owner of Valhalla Golf Club. Fans of the game were thrilled to rub elbows with special guest: PGA Champion and hometown hero Justin Thomas.

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After a two-year hiatus, APRON Inc. gathered together some of the best chefs in Louisville at The Olmsted for its sixth annual Taste of Independents event. Proceeds will allow APRON to provide temporary, limited financial relief to professional food and beverage workers in the Louisville metro area who work at locally-owned establishments and who are experiencing financial distress due to illness, accident, emergency, or catastrophic event through no fault of their own.

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4th generation seamstress, Samantha Jean Moore, who taught herself to sew a decade ago, considers herself a fabric artist more than a fashion designer. She prefers to take vintage and recycled materials—from burlap to broken jewelry—to express her unique perspective, which is heavily rooted in sustainability and fair trade, ideas that firmly took root as a college student studying in Peru. "It was empowering to see craftspeople working with textiles respected for their calling, rather than in the United States, where that type of work is commonly viewed as a hobby." In the years before the pandemic, Moore sold her creations at local and regional festivals and markets. As those opportunities dried up, she pivoted to costume design. She's created a unique niche for herself, working with ACT Louisville, the Sayre School, and AthensWest Theatre Company in Lexington, among others. While costume design helps pay the bills, Moore's true passion lies in exercising unrestricted creativity, which she clearly articulates in conversation:"Everyone has an abundance of clothing, and people donate clothes to me to work with, so I have this endless supply of materials. I grab what makes me feel inspired and work with it. Sometimes I get nervous about not being structured or businesslike enough, but I have to honor my energy level and happiness. Following a natural flow means success, not chasing money or achievement. It requires a different level of discipline to seize the energy when it's there and use it until it's gone. Staying dedicated to what's best for me helped me make it through my 'starving artist' days to create a lifestyle that works."

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Moore has been involved with the Future of Fashion since its inception, volunteering as a model for the event's inaugural runway show in the early 2000s. In 2020, when the sustainable design competition, and it's focus on hemp fiber, was originally announced, Moore said that she had a difficult time finding hemp fabric, a conundrum even more interesting given that Kentucky was the greatest producer of hemp in the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries. An online post seeking help connected her with Faith Erickson, co-founder of Kentucky Hempsters, a hemp advocacy organization. She provided Moore with 15 hemp fiber

A collection displaying energy and innovation gave Samantha Jean Moore the win at the Sarah Jane Estes Sustainable Fashion Competition at the Future of Fashion (FOF) 2022 event this past August in Lexington.

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For Moore, the runway transcends fashion, saying, "I have a message I want to convey, and fabric is just one medium. Expressing a message and inviting an audience to participate is much more important to me. I love storytelling and have a narrative I want to share." sl To learn more about Samantha Jean Moore, visit;, or follow her on Instagram @mococolex & @major_anthem.

As contest rules prevented designers from modeling, Moore selected Erickson and Gentille Ntakarutimana to bring her two-look

Each participating designer had three minutes for their runway presentation, and Moore seized the opportunity to display her talents as an artist, carefully choreographing every second. The music she selected was a chant performed by an indigenous woman's choir. "To me, it's soft, organic, and beautiful, but with this raw energy that announces, 'I am here to make space for myself.'" In keeping with this, Moore coached Erickson to embody the notion that she was a "warrior and guardian" who made way for the more ethereal Ntakarutimana.

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Samantha Jean Moore modeling her creation for KMAC Couture 2022 © Clay Cook 2022 and courtesy of the artist Samantha Jean Moore. Photo by Keng Xiong. 97 and organic cotton t-shirts and raw hemp fibers harvested from her plot at the Henry Clay Estate.

collection—ready-to-wear and couture— to life. The epitome of a free-thinker, Moore said she made her winning looks just four days before the runway show. Employing a couture draping method, she laid the t-shirts on the models and began cutting and pinning, being conscious to make the materials' original purpose clearly discernable. She envisioned her "forward-thinking" ready-to-wear look, modeled by Erickson, as ideal for outdoor festivals or, as she wrote in an Instagram post, "slaying your enemies in a post-apocalyptic world." The Goddess Demeter, the guardian of the fields and fertility, was cited as the inspiration for her couture look, which also incorporated "wings" made from hemp fibers (and assembled the morning of the competition) and petticoats recycled from old wedding gowns. "Prom and wedding gowns are a symbol of femininity that represent softness and being demure, so I enjoy chopping them up and reusing them to reclaim and redefine my ideas of femininity," explained Moore.

Samantha Jean Moore accepting the winner’s trophy from artist Kiptoo Tarus, Photo by Tony Bailey Samantha Jean Moore with her 1st place design from Recycle the Runway 2018. Photo by Paul Atkinson and courtesy of the artist.

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WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams headlined the 2022 Western & Southern Open at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio. Williams lost in her first main draw match before a sold-out crown to 19-year-old Emma Raducanu, the No. 1-ranked British player in women’s tennis.

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A most memorable 90th Birthday celebration was held at The Hermitage Farm in honor of Mrs. Edith Edmondson. This event was given by her family and friends which included a lovely dinner and live music by the Faith Works Studio.

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