Note from the Publisher October 2021

Photo by Kathryn Harrington.

“Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.”
­—George Eliot

Here we are in October. Where has the summer gone? It seems like I live within the eye of a hurricane at certain moments, especially press week when everything around me is in a whirlwind of activity. Life rushes along with appointments and fun engagements that fill our lives with things to do. October provokes a sense of nostalgia for me or a longing of sorts for sweater weather to hurry up and arrive. Everything from fashionable boots to trendy overcoats, I adore the chilly days of October. They welcome the crispness of autumn along with the evocative scent of fallen leaves. October also has a sensibility about it, like it’s rolling out the welcome mat for the change in seasons. 

As we have all heard change is inevitable, it’s also challenging and stimulating all at the same time. Here at The VOICE, we have had our changes happening and they are exhilarating, to say the least. Welcome our newly appointed Editor in Chief, Alexandra Hepfinger, introduced in our September issue as managing editor. She is dynamic, hard-working and a true joy that will blaze a trail for our publication. I would also like to take a moment to recognize our team and thank them for their inspirational work ethic. Each one of them ‘keeps the train moving’ so to say. Working all hours of the day and night to meet our deadlines that always seem to be sooner than later. 

For this issue, we are introducing our PASSPORT column with Crew Aviation. Focusing on Private Air Charter, Jet Management, Aircraft Acquisitions and Stellar Service that will encourage you to consider a luxury flight experience of your own. 

To all of our loyal advertisers and subscribers, without your invaluable support, we could not do what we do so well, deliver The VOICE Louisville to your doorstep every month. 

Janice Carter Levitch Humphrey