Local writer, Dianne Aprile, presents the new look book, ‘A Landscape and Its Legacy: The Parklands of Floyd’s Fork’ celebrating Louisville’s greenest and greatest natural city spaces. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, September 1st, at 4pm.
President Obama would be well advised to emulate President Fillmore’s many virtues; not the least of which was his humility.
More than half of major league baseball players use Louisville Slugger, and our Hillerich & Bradsby bats have been used in every World Series since 1903.
Being of reasonably sound mind, and as susceptible to a John Wayne moment as the next guy, I find there are days when I actually feel the urge to run for high political office.
The whole anti-creationist argument might be best summed up by A.A. Gill, a London Sunday Times critic who said of the Creation Museum, “This place doesn’t just take on evolution; it squares off with geology, anthropology, paleontology, history, chemistry, astronomy, zoology, biology and good taste.
Columnist takes a trip to the mountaintop and wonders where it went, and where it all should go.
Meteorology is actually a brilliant occupational choice. Name one other job in which, no matter your track record, you get to re-establish credibility four times a year.
This gentle narrative on life, movie nostalgia, the price of popcorn and human kidney capacity had its origins about 2:20 p.m. on a hot and lifeless day. My wife and I decided to put up shovels, rakes, water bottles and insect repellent and escape to the movies.
Although not quite Shakespearean in its various acts, intrigues, subplots and human frailties, it has become a great and ongoing farce that Kentucky, of all places, can’t get its gambling laws straight.