December 24, 2012 - 9:15am
"A man surrounded by wrapped presents, with an image of Christ behind him, contemplating his holiday shopping list and asking, 'Now, let's see, have I forgotten anyone?' It was drawn by the late Hugh Haynie, one of America’s preeminent cartoonists. And he was my friend."
Louisville.com originally published this article in 2011.For a half-century now, every Christmas Eve the Louisville Courier-Journal runs the same cartoon on its editorial page. Since it first appeared on December 24, 1961, it has become the newspaper’s most popular cartoon, and has been...
October 22, 2012 - 3:00pm
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.
This article appeared in the October 2012 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com. The future of newspapers, he thinks, is television. Bill Lamb leans back on the couch in his stifling office. His suit jacket is off, revealing a white-on-white striped...
June 5, 2012 - 3:44pm
“Bozich is a superstar,” he said. ”And Crawford is too. They’re the two most popular columnists left at the CJ.”
Popular local sports writers Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford appear to be the latest in a steady stream of defectors from Louisville’s Courier-Journal newspaper staff. The local Fox affiliate, WDRB-41 announced late today that the two writers will be joining the sports reporting team at...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Kentucky Derby picks from media experts.
I shared my Kentucky Derby pick with Louisville's Courier-Journal. Check out the video for Kentucky Derby insight from various media representatives.
March 9, 2012 - 2:13am
An electronic edition of the Courier was made available on the evil internet, and the publishers assure us that Friday's edition of the paper will be delivered at its normal time. Some may find this use of the electronic media a bit ironic.
Didn’t get your daily newspaper this morning? Did the absence of sports news and the continuing adventures of Dagwood and Blondie seriously affect your morning routine? Well, the folks over at the Courier-Journal’s pressroom had a little fire in the wee hours of Thursday...