The Triple Crown winner tells all. "You do know what 'going to stud' means, right?
“Some of the original Elvis tribute artists, now their kids are doing it and their grandkids are doing it.”-Polston
This scene from our photo shoot with the members of My Morning Jacket proves that their music isn't the only thing they're loved for, it's also their personalities.
A cold, implacable drizzle had turned our palms into soggy prunes by noon. My friends and I were in the Infield as always, on a knoll that slopes, then slightly rises, toward that familiar bank of aqua-colored portable toilets.
A bit of advice: If you're six feet tall and 165 pounds, you might not want to set your hopes on being a jockey.
Piano at eight. Violin at 10. By 11, Cheyenne Marie Mize’s uncle had taught her “Sweet Home Alabama” on guitar. The list now includes banjo, autoharp, dulcimer. A look at the life of local musician Cheyenne Marie Mize.
Josh Moss takes a look at Louisvillian musician: Verity Jones of Vice Tricks and Cahoots.