July 30, 2010 - 9:51am
After all, it was the media that had sex with Karen Sypher on a restaurant floor. For less than 15 seconds.
University of Louisville Coach Rick Pitino called a press conference to scold the media for doing its job. It’s the same media that has treated him so well and possibly even turned blind eyes to previous indiscretions.
It doesn’t seem like the respect was reciprocated in this particular press...
July 29, 2010 - 11:51am
A public restroom that is so vile, so disgusting and filthy that I’d rather risk public indecency charges than use it.
The Mag Bar (1398 S. 2nd St.) is one of the best dive bars in the city; everything from the worn and weathered exterior of the place, the faded neon lights that can be seen from down the block and the crowd that hangs outside smoking Parliament lights. The moment you step inside this place you can...
July 28, 2010 - 1:49pm
For years, Louisvillians have overlooked the leering of creepy, old men
drinking coffee even in 100 degree weather at the Mid-City Mall.
For years, Louisvillians have overlooked the leering of creepy, old men drinking coffee even in 100 degree weather at the Mid-City Mall. We learned to even like the smells of acetone mixed sweat coming from the Jazzercize studio and that strange gym that no one seems to be going into or coming out...
July 27, 2010 - 3:33pm
If you try to inch out, cars zip by your front bumper, missing you by no more than a foot. Terrifying.
Before I moved to Crescent Hill, I lived in a two-bedroom apartment on the corner of Bardstown Road and Edenside Avenue, not far from the Eastern Parkway intersection. It was an awesome place, within walking distance to Cherokee and Tyler parks, a grocery store, my dentist and doctor, a movie...
July 26, 2010 - 11:56am
Childhood obesity begins in the classroom
Childhood obesity begins in the classroom. In the war against childhood obesity, prevention is the most important tool. And, if not at home, certainly we should expect our schools to exceed in nurturing the health and wellbeing of our kids, if not only to create a productive learning environment....