I started singing at about the age of three, or so my mother tells me, and haven’t ever stopped. I’m a classically trained soprano and I’ve sung with the Louisville . . .
I’ve been making music for as long as I can remember. Over the last eight years I’ve written, recorded, and released 13 albums, EPs, and singles under my own name . . .
When we raced as kids — without adult supervision — anything went. There were several ways to win without you necessarily being the fastest. The arm-bar was an effective way . . .
I grew up in Mississippi and Texas, and despite being a lifelong artist I also did most other things expected of a big kid in the south, meaning I played high school football. But . . .
I come from a family of community activists, militants, and radicals. My dad was a council member for the Labour party and a lifelong pacifist and social campaigner. My mum and stepfather . . .
Doing stand-up is great preparation for agency life. If you can get up on stage in front of an audience of drunks and try to make them laugh, then there’s . . .
It doesn’t happen very often but once in a while I get a “second sight” moment when I instinctively know what’s happening to my twin. When we were maybe 10 . . .
My life is now Best in Show, minus the 90-year-old billionaire husband. I spend my weekends driving 10 hours for Klaus to be groomed or left with his handler to travel . . .
There still aren’t many hockey players in Louisville. My dad and his brothers grew up in Chicago and they all played hockey as soon as they were old enough to . . .
For years, I was certain that I didn’t want to have children. It just wasn’t for me. Then what I thought was early menopause turned out to be a baby. . . .