Matthew Glowicki, The Courier-Journal

Matthew Glowicki

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Matthew:

Bed Bath & Beyond is closing a Kentucky location. Here's where

Home goods retailer Bed Bath & Beyond says it will close one of its Louisville locations as the company tries to cut costs amid falling sales. → Read More

The Cottage Inn is coming back! What we know about its grand reopening

New owners have bought the Cottage Inn, 570 Eastern Parkway, and plan to reopen in January 2023 with the same menu, decor and even the same cook. → Read More

Long-vacant Louisville Gardens is getting new life at last. Here's the plan

River City Entertainment Group LLC anticipates investing $65 million in the Louisville Gardens project and creating 50 jobs → Read More

It's true! Wawa is coming to Kentucky — but not for a while. Here's what we know

The popular East Coast convenience store and gas station Wawa announced plans to expand to Kentucky, though not until after 2025. → Read More

Staying on budget? 5 inexpensive Christmas gift and date ideas for someone in Louisville

Buying holiday gifts can be challenging, especially given high inflation. Set down your wallet with these Louisville-centric, inexpensive gift ideas. → Read More

Check out these 4 Christmas-themed bars in Louisville for festive, holiday cocktails

A handful of Louisville bars are getting in on the holiday fun, leaning into the sights and flavors of the season with festive menus and decorations. → Read More

Black Friday in Louisville 2022: What to know about pop-up markets & mall hours

Black Friday isn't the singular frenzied shopping day of years past, but it's still an important part of a busy holiday sales weekend for retailers. → Read More

Which stores are open, closed in Louisville on Black Friday 2022?

Though retailers have been offering Black Friday sales for weeks, the day after Thanksgiving is still a traditional shopping day for many. → Read More

Which stores in Louisville are open, closed on Thanksgiving 2022?

Reversing a trend seen pre-pandemic of retailers opening on Thanksgiving night, many national big box shops will be closed for Thanksgiving 2022. → Read More

It's back! Holiday pop-up Miracle bar in NuLu expands for 2022. Here's what to know

The annual Miracle pop-up holiday bar on Market Street in Louisville is planning a Thanksgiving week opening with new drinks and an expanded space. → Read More

Bardstown Bourbon Co. plans downtown Louisville experience to open in 2023

Bardstown Bourbon Co. whiskey distiller is expanding from its campus in Bardstown and plans to open a tasting room, shop and bar in Louisville. → Read More

A specialty doughnut shop near downtown Louisville is moving to Douglass Loop

Hi-Five Doughnuts on Main Street in Butchertown is on the move, with plans to reopen in 2023 in Douglass Loop. → Read More

Molina Healthcare buys stalled Passport HQ site on Louisville's West End for $8M

The site of a failed plan to bring a Walmart to the West End of Louisville and stalled plans to build a health care campus has a new owner. → Read More

'It's an experience.' Meaningful patient care key at JenCare Senior Medical Centers

The four JenCare Senior Medical Centers in Louisville are part of a network of over 100 primary care offices serving vulnerable seniors in 15 states. → Read More

Aurora Gallery & Boutique in Shelby Park aims to be 'happy little addition' to art scene

Three Louisville artists are nearly ready to open a new art gallery along a buzzy stretch of Shelby Street in Shelby Park. → Read More

Planning Commission votes to recommend Prospect Cove affordable housing complex in Louisville

Metro's Planning Commission heard from the developer of the proposed Prospect Cove affordable housing complex and speakers against the project. → Read More

Prospect Cove affordable housing complex proposal is back. So is the opposition

A revived plan to build an affordable housing complex in eastern Jefferson County that drew controversy in 2017 is set for a public hearing. → Read More

Some say 'it's downright haunted.' The spooky tale of this former Kentucky Catholic school

Bethlehem Academy was built over 200 years ago by a future governor of Kentucky, John Helm. For most of its life, it was an all-girls school. → Read More

The 2022 holiday shopping season is here! Here are 3 tips to keep in mind

The holiday 2022 shopping season already appears to have started, with major online and brick-and-mortar retailers launching big sales in October. → Read More

Pickleball-focused 'eatertainment' concept eyeing spot near Waterfront Park. What to know

A new pickleball-focused entertainment, food and dining concept is coming to River Road. The 45,000-square-foot complex is set to open in 2023. → Read More