The Doody Daddy is Kentuckiana’s trusted leader in Pet Waste Removal, currently serving Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana, as well as portions of Northern Jefferson County in Kentucky. The Doody Daddy is the trusted expert in keeping yards and landscapes clean in both residences and commercial properties.
Like a sturdy rope, a strong ponytail can support 12 tons of weight––that's roughly 24,000 pounds. To keep hair strong and muscle-bound, solicit the aid of Sarah Baunach, an expert stylist who specializes in hair conditioning and restoration. In the comfort of her cozy Heatwaves Salon, Sarah can engineer a sleek scissor cut, flattering layers, or color highlights, each tailored to your face shape and personality.
With just the Ohio River separating it from Louisville, Jeffersonville Elks Golf Club sends players across a private course crafted from narrow fairways, shimmering water hazards, and score-obliterating bunkers. Though it checks in at nearly 7,000 yards from the tips, the course plays quickly, meaning you can squeeze rounds in during the workweek or the boring parts of your wedding. No matter the player's pace, visits to the club often end at the lodge, where servers dish out food and a private swimming pool provides refuge from the heat.
Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total distance of 6,923 yards * Four tees per hole * Scorecard
Succulent aromas and a symphony of sizzling meat emerge from Cast Iron Steak House's kitchen, where sirloin, rib eyes, and T-bone steaks sear inside of cast-iron skillets. For each of these steakhouse favorites, the staff personally ages, cuts, and rubs slabs of USDA beef in house. Though it's their specialty, the chefs expertise extends beyond just steaks and steak-related mythology.
Captained by double-board-certified Dr. Robert Kagan, the crew of contourers at Anew Allure specializes in a suite of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Natural fillers and water-assisted lipo number among their treatment options, and all patients receive a complimentary consultation to determine the best strategy for getting in shape before inner-tube season.
Connected by an asphalt web of highways, state roads, and thoroughfares, blocky yellow signs gleam nonstop, casting a dandelion glow from the words “Waffle House.” The booths at the eateries fill 24 hours each day with the aromas of sizzling pork chops, Jimmy Dean sausage, and endless mugs of coffee. Line cooks brown shredded potatoes on a grill as waiters shout back in a language all their own for hash browns “smothered,” “covered,” or “topped”—served with onions, cheese, or chili, respectively. Angus burgers and steak melts share space on the rippling-hot surface at all times of day, allowing tired drivers to stop for food when they are on a long journey or just listening to an 11-hour drum solo on the radio. The first Waffle House switched on its lights in 1955, and some menu items still bear the names of Waffle House staff of the past, including Bert's chili from Dallas and Alice's iced tea.