As an added attraction, guests will be treated to a showing of Michael Curtiz’ 1942 masterpiece, “Casablanca.”
With its $50 million dollar expansion project, the Speed Art Museum hopes to inspire Louisvillians.
“The people of South Louisville already know what delicacies we have in our area. Now, everyone will see that you can go many places in South Louisville to find great food.”
“Any time we can enhance the beauty of Central Park it helps to maintain the historical significance of Old Louisville.”
“When I became aware some students at Cochran were in need of glasses but could not afford them, that’s when I began to find ways to help.”
“Hopefully, these comments will give the Mayor a sense of what our residents believe are important guidelines when making any consideration of a candidate.”
“The people of Old Louisville want to see Toonerville Park become an important part of their community,” says Councilman David James. “This dog run is just the beginning of that process.”
A community meeting tiled, "Louisville Metro Council discussion on new LMPD Chief," seemed set up to be nothing more than a police satisfaction survey that was not even created by Metro Council. Louisville residents weren't having it.
"Ghost stories are truly a part of the culture here in Old Louisville," says Councilman David James of the Sixth District. "Fun events like the Ghost Walk help display what makes Old Louisville a unique and interesting place to live and visit."
Local news for July 26, 2011
The crime-fighting plan of Metro Councilman David James seems to be working.
Local news for April 15, 2011
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