By Josh Cook In the offseason Louisville Slugger Field added a third number to the outfield sign that registers a pitcher's miles per hour on a throw. By coincidence the Louisville Bats also added a pitcher who can hit triple digits.
Walking into the Horseshoe Casino Showroom amidst a sea of hundreds of jubilant women and a few men peppered throughout the crowd, I suddenly became jealous that I had been unable to arrive early enough to experience the two hours of cocktails and the three course meal, clearly enjoyed by all. The...
By Josh Cook The men's NCAA national championship game is tonight in Indianapolis between the real-life Hoosiers (Butler) and the hatred (Duke). Here is a quick breakdown of the Bulldogs vs. the Blue Devils:
Join Louisville Magazine at the free launch party for "the best read on the city's" Kentucky Derby issue 5:30-7:30 p.m. Weds., April 7 at Browning's Brewery and Restaurant (401 E. Main St.).
By Josh Cook The men's NCAA Final Four gets underway today Indianapolis. Here is a quick breakdown of tonight's national semifinals. MICHIGAN STATE VS. BUTLER
By Josh Cook Get ready for a glimpse of greatness Louisville. But don't blink, because you might miss Aroldis Chapman and his blazing fastball.
Fans who have been begging and praying for the members of the 2009 University of Kentucky men’s basketball recruiting class to return for another year have reason to celebrate as the players held a joint press conference announcing they’ll be around next year.
Since the heads and hooves of winning racehorses are buried with honors, modern science has been able to acquire the DNA of all 11 Triple Crown winners for a single ultimate race to determine the best horse in history. A Churchill Downs press officer confidentially told Louisville.com "It's...
Despite a new downtown arena scheduled to open for the University of Louisville men's basketball team next season, head coach Richard Patrino has decided to leave his post for greener coaching pastures — putt-putt greens at Farnsley Middle School, that is.
Forty three years of locally owned neighborhood bowling ends May 23.$140,000 is a lot of money for a small business. The McCarthy family doesn't have it, and with the whack-a-mole national credit situation, banks aren't in a mood to make loans to something like, say, a beloved neighborhood...
By Josh Cook This year's more-thrilling-than-usual men's NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four, and it's quite the unlikely quartet. But before we head to Indianapolis let's look back at the "good calls" and "bad calls" of the Elite Eight.