With the annual Louisville-Kentucky football game on Saturday I got to thinking about who would make up an All-Cards as well as All-Cats team, starting off with the All-Cards Offensive Squad.
Is Kentucky's state sponsoring of the Creation Museum and Ark Park a prelude to a push to force businesses to spend billions of dollars retrofitting buildings to better withstand earthquakes? The answer may be an unavoidable "yes."
For the past couple of months I've been occasionally throwing out iconic athletes from Louisville. Sports legends of the Ville I called the series. But, I'd like to add to that series, sports legends of a different variety; the iconic buildings and arenas that made the city's historic sports past what it is today.
Local news for Aug. 17, 2011
For years now I haven't thought much about those plaques that sit around the fair and expo center. However, I recently discovered these plaques represent more than pictures of great Kentucky sports figures.
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.
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.
Local news for July 8, 2011
The debate is being conducted in secret, behind closed doors, in "confidential" courtrooms. And if any reporter has the temerity to report about it, the Judge will sic the cops on him.
I captured some photos of dark cloud wall approaching and cycling over lower Highlands while avoiding a cramped basement full of panicky children (and their parents).
Today's Sports legend of the Ville comes from the golden age of the grid iron- a story that the athlete didn't expect but excelled in just the same.
Later this month, the NBA will hold it's annual draft and several notables locally have entered this field.