It might seem out of the ordinary for Sports Legends of the Ville to highlight a radio show; and it is. But, for good reason, as one will have to see upon listening to the incredibly entertaining Joe B. and Denny Show.
The retired Alaskan travel guide will sign the new book cataloging his adventures in the Alaskan wilderness. Along with his friend – and sometimes travel companion – Denny Drum, M. Scotty Lamkin will be at The Summit location of Barnes & Noble tonight, Monday, November 19th at 2pm.
Henry Bacon was a standout everywhere he went, more than that though he conducted himself with respect as such he is a sports legend of the Ville.
In a lot of ways sports science in the area goes back to one man; that man's story is today's sports legends of the ville segment.
The Louisville Sports Commission is currently working towards establishing its Legends Open a golf open at the Hurstbourne country club.
Part of the Legends event was a raffle for an evening with Crum and his wife Susan Sweeney Crum for the winner and their guests. The evening included a three course dinner prepared by prominent chef Bobby Benjamin and his assistant Bruce Wilson.
Former Louisville Basketball & Hall of Fame Coach Denny Crum gets mural placed on West Side of Marriot.
The 7th annual Mardi Gras Gala benefiting the Mattingly Center of Louisville was an evening full of excitement and fun at the Hyatt Regency Louisville.
Last night was round #1 of the UK pros v Dominican National Team. The Dominicans dealt an early blow.
Basketball tickets go on sale for Division II Midwest Regionals
With the announcements For the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame nominees one has to wonder where's the local talent in the Hall?
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