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The nonprofit organization Young Authors Greenhouse wants to instill the art of writing in area students. While subjects such as math and science are generally... [Read More]
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a traveling, Broadway-style act - is a wholly human experience, as there are no animals in this circus. The performers sing, dance, launch each other... [Read More]
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You can now gamble on basketball, football, baseball, mixed martial arts and other sports at two places in Southern Indiana. [Read More]
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Sept. 4, 2019 Vicki, from Chickasaw "I've been in The West End since 2006, and I haven't had any problems. I've been down here a... [Read More]
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Curious about non-Kentucky bourbon but don't want to travel far? [Read More]
Speak against or for Jefferson Development Group's multi-use One Park development at the corner of Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive at two upcoming meetings. The... [Read More]
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Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest's lawyers are fighting hard to stop two projects that threaten its woodlands, but it also has a secret weapon that... [Read More]
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SGJazz features Dundiff splitting his time behind the analog mixer and the drum kit, with Patrick Denney on bass, Idris Frederick on keys, Anthony Keenan... [Read More]
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Lung and other must-see concerts in Louisville this week. [Read More]
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The Look Back is an occasional column in which we dive into a notable album from a band or musician with a deep discography before... [Read More]
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"Dracula" may be an annual tradition at Actors Theatre, but recent productions seem determined to ensure that audiences have a unique experience each year. [Read More]
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For Berea's Alix E. Harrow, this is a time to celebrate. Celebrate what? Well, she can take her pick. A couple weeks back, she received... [Read More]
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Say hello to Biscuit Belly, a spot so popular that its brunch-hour crowds line up around its Main Street block. [Read More]
Just 200 yards from the Ohio River but high enough to outlast at least a 50 year flood, The Pine Room has more than just... [Read More]
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