November 5, 2012 - 10:00am
Saturday morning saw the annual Louisville half marathon and 5K, and I was in the middle of it.
The Post Office says that they deliver mail through rain, sleet, and snow; well friends and neighbors on Saturday I delivered freezing water in nearly all of those conditions in the Louisville Sports Commission’s half marathon.That is, as a proud member of a water stop team about midway...
October 18, 2011 - 10:00am
Charlie Tyra passed away a few years ago, but in his time he proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is a Sports legend of the Ville.
In 1957 professional basketball was in a buzz about power forward/center Charlie Tyra. Indeed, this was proven unquestionably when the young man received the second overall draft pick in the first round.Before that exciting day for the tenacious “big man” he was an All-Star at Atherton...
July 29, 2012 - 7:59pm
Stage One, a Louisville children’s theater, presents Tuck Everlasting at the Kentucky Center on Friday, February 18.
Most of you have probably read Natalie Babbitt’s Tuck Everlasting, a pre-teen novel (before they were overrun with pouting vampires) that gently reveals mortality, its pains and its pleasures. In the novel, heroine Whitney must decide whether or not to join the Tuck clan, which is stuck in...
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
The lines between art and graffiti, or other street arts, is more blurred now than ever before with commercial galleries opening their arms, and wallets, to street art. Louisville artist and curator Danial Pfalzgraf is bringing this concept to the city with his upcoming show "LoCAL.streets."
  When first visiting Louisville I was struck by the illustrations covering buildings, fence posts, and street curbs.  Some of it was created with paint pallets, and others with spray paint (it’s not to hard to play ‘Where’s Waldo’ with ‘OPM’ tags). The lines between art and graffiti...