March 12, 2012 - 10:00am
Fred Pfeffer is a legacy in the baseball community, as such I thought it'd only make sense to take some time to look into this Louisville native.
Some people view an athlete based upon their stats, others their humanitarian deeds and how they impact their individual community, still others the intangible qualities of their individual athletic prowess as for me, I judge an athlete based on how dominant their mustache is; even female athletes...
January 10, 2012 - 11:00am
“To those who come up to me and say, ‘You don’t look nearly as fat as you do on TV,’ I don’t know how to respond,” said Gee.
She’s been described as the Oprah of Louisville. She was selected as LEO Weekly’s 2010 “Louisvillian of the Year.” She has a living room wall adorned with her many accomplishments and awards. She also anchors three newscasts every weekday for WAVE-3, yet Dawne Gee remains a...
April 28, 2012 - 6:31pm
Fans of Chicago and members of Chicago The Band Music Community swarmed about The Louisville Palace last night to see the legendary band play a two hour set to near sold out crowd.
Over four decades ago, a few guys started a band in Chicago and appropriately named themselves after the city they called home. Following events that could have disbanded the group and few line-up changes, Chicago is still strong with a fan base that follows their tour. A near sold out...
December 7, 2011 - 5:08pm
Since 1967, Chicago has entertained thousands of fans, released 46 albums, and toured the world as one of the longest running rock bands in America.
Chicago has a fair amount of metal to back up their musical success story with 22, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums; not to mention five No. 1 albums and 21 top ten hits in 44 years of music. Changes to the band roster did not deter Chicago from releasing two albums in 2011;...
October 5, 2011 - 9:00am
Billy Herman's name remains all over baseball record books, and for good reason. Today, I'm looking into the New Albany second baseman.
Some time ago I received a letter in reference to an article I wrote regarding the local athletes in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The writer indicated that I neglected to mention the great Billy Herman, surprising to me because I thought I had included the New Albany second base legend.