April 21, 2011 - 10:53am
Our next highlighted athlete for a legend of Louisville sports takes on to the gridiron.
Outside of Paul Hornung, Louisville has produced several notable Superbowl champions. Extraordinarily, the next sports legend of the Ville is Phil Simms.
A graduate of Southern High School, where people became aware of his football slinging, Simms came to national attention when he started at...
April 20, 2011 - 10:52am
We continue to look at the local sports legends, now looking at the youngest athlete we've highlighted
Beginning his career at Eastern High School, basketball guard Rajon Rondo’s credentials certainly qualify him as a relatively young, but nonetheless deserving sports legend of the Ville.
Growing up in Louisville, Rondo was surrounded by women; by which I mean three sisters. So, in an attempt to...
April 19, 2011 - 11:38am
Keynote speaker to discuss how KFC Yum! Center affects the community
The KFC Yum! Center is the new centerpiece of Louisville’s downtown, but six months after its opening, what are the effects? This coming Friday, April 22, Jim Host, chairman of the Louisville Arena Authority Inc., will talk about how the new arena is transforming Louisville and its communities.
April 19, 2011 - 10:04am
We go to the court to look at today's Sports legend of the Ville.
A high ranking Assistant NBA General Manager sits at his desk on a brisk New York day. It’s a position he’s settled into; a town he knows, perhaps not as well as another city that sits on a different river. His hometown is Louisville, and he is a Sports legend of the Ville.Alan Houston, known for...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
The Factor was not a factor for Archarcharch (or six other horses) in Saturday's Arkansas Derby.
The Factor was not a factor for Archarcharch (or six others) in the Grade 1 $1,000,000 Arkansas Derby. Louisville-based jockey Jon Kenton Court, riding for his father-in-law William "Jinks" Fires, guided longshot Archarcharch to a narrow win over the late-running Nehro. The heavy favorite, The...