No, I did not see Judy Green on the cover of any foreign publication.
Zombies are defined as animated corpses brought back to life by a spell or virus. Zombies are often easily baited by their hunger for a delicious brain. The zombies created by the virus of institutionalized racism seem to keep baiting our elected officials.
With the Cooperstown baseball hall of fame 2011 induction ceremony just a few days ago I began to think who's the local talent that's been inducted. Well, I set out to find just that.
I know the title has something to be desired and can use a little finesse, but this is a continuation of "Coupleville v.4" wherein I asked for suggestions from all of you readers out there for my wife's birthdaypalooza, and in the profound words of Keanu Reeves, "Whoa..." Thanks to everyone for particpating, and in my own catch-phrases: "Holey Bigoley & Mama Pajama!" It's only going to get better (at least reading:).
Unemployment rose in the Metro area from 9.9 percent in May, to 10.3 percent in June. In a local labor force of 379,568, there are 39,111 out of work.
If you haven't already heard, there's been a recent outcry by many to adopt the, 'No Kids Allowed' movement. What that means is that establishments will have the ability to ban kids. What do you think?
The Bats start their new series tonight, but it got me thinking about what athletes would make it to an "All-Bats" team.
To all you, readers.I have a plan but could use you, the reader's help. I love my wife more than anything and plan on celebrating her "29th" birthday (again) in a grand way. Suggestions requested.
Well, the sports world's attention has turned once again to the football pre-season, as high schools and colleges in the area start suiting up for practice.
The hot hot heat must be getting to the girls at Peacock Boutique because they're unloading some of their hottest summer dresses at their Sizzling Summer Sale.
Calling all beer-lovers, it's time to help bring a new and exciting single-barrel brewery, LouBrew, to the Louisville beer scene.
Thirty-two contestants representing local scholarship pageants from across the state will be vying for the title of Miss Kentucky 2011. You can follow Louisville.com as we report live from the event on the final night; Saturday, July 16, 2011 beginning at 7:00pm via Twitter.