February 7, 2012 - 12:09pm
The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 23-25 as about 600 scholars gather at the University of Louisville.
The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 23-25 as about 600 scholars gather at the University of Louisville.UofL’s English and classical and modern languages departments sponsor the Belknap Campus event. Keynote addresses listed...
January 31, 2012 - 10:00am
Paul Rogers has been the voice of the University of Louisville Cardinals for years now, but more than that he's been the voice of local athletics for even longer- as such, this Sports legends segment takes a look at Roger's sports impact on the Derby City.
At the age of 25 a young man came out of the University of Kentucky, accepting a position as a sportscaster with WHAS television for their major television broadcasts.That man was a young Paul Rogers, and he had been thrown into the mix by local broadcasting giant Cawood Ledford, armed with a...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
As a woman who loves watching passionate women grab their dreams by the (basket)balls, this writer felt like beating her chest with pride last Saturday... watching girls play basketball.
I bleed red like a hemophiliac when it comes to Cardinal basketball. But I had never been to a women’s game.
January 26, 2012 - 10:19am
It's been 75 years since the water rose and kept on rising. University of Louisville Photographic Archives wants to show you the proof.
If history has a tendency to repeat itself, let’s hope the flooding of Louisville is an exception to the rule. In January of 1937, during the hard economic times of the Great Depression, heavy rains began to fall and continued to do so for two straight weeks. The Ohio River reached a crest of...
July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
Reflective lecture kicks off photographic exhibit
Chances are, most of our readers are too young to remember the 1937 Ohio River flood, but the catastrophic rains that began on a late-January Sunday 75 years ago remain an indelible part of the area’s cultural memory. On a relatively dry Thursday, January 26, however, historian Robert Reid...