Inseparable both on and off the basketball court, Native American sisters Shoni and Jude Schimmel have set their sights on a better NCAA finish for the Cards than last year’s national-runner-up team.
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.
At University of Louisville women’s basketball games, I sit where I can watch head coach Jeff Walz. All by himself, he is worth the price of admission. He gets excited. About everything. If basketball is a dance, he is the prima ballerina — arms in the air one moment, hands on hips the next. Lips twisted for a growl. Shouting, shouting, shouting! Yet when U of L made a video of him inviting students to use the school’s new online course-evaluation program, he read from a script. Way boring.
A University of Louisville medical-research team is in the thick of a worldwide race to come up with a cell-replacement cure for the nation's number-one killer: heart disease.
At the center of the debate is the question: How are we going to get to the middle of this century?
This musician/artist turns curb-side finds into wall-mounted sculptures. Patrick Donley's work is on exhibit in NuLu this month,
Stage a celebration that accepts that good people can’t ignore the Westboro tribe, yet subversively aggressively ignores them. My suggestion: A dance party.
Breeders’ Cup planners suffered Kentucky Derby envy. Or perhaps Kentucky Derby intimidation is a better diagnosis. That’s why it took five years to bring the Cup to Churchill Downs.
Because every state establishes its own rules for racing, including veterinary care, the Breeders’ Cup has to announce and enforce its strict veterinary standards wherever the meet is held, demanding a fully equipped trauma center as well as two state-of-the-art equine ambulances.