September 19, 2011 - 10:00am
Churchill Downs starts back up in October and welcomes the Breeder's cup in early November. With that in mind, I'm continuing to look at the landmark sports venues in the city of Louisville.
In an earlier article I discussed the man that made Churchill Downs a reality. However, what my main question now is about the track itself, once it was built what did that mean for the city of Louisville.
August 4, 2011 - 2:39pm
No, I did not see Judy Green on the cover of any foreign publication.
Just got back from vacation in Europe, and when most people asked me where I was from, I'd say the United States. "That's general," they'd say. "Heard of Kentucky?" I'd ask. Some never had. Others knew about our bourbon -- Maker's Mark, in particular -- or...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
A horse obsession beyond the Derby will be seen at Bunbury Theatre in Equus, which opens on Friday.
January 10, 2013 - 2:54pm
In this edition of "Weird Craigslist Listings" - a woman searches for her fannie-pack wearing, chicken on his head soul mate.
In this edition of "Weird Craigslist Listings" - a woman searches for her fannie-pack wearing, chicken on his head soul mate. It's post-Derby, just enough time to make your blanket apologies for your crazy acts of nonsense, nurse your hangover via coconut water and of course,...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Which means that, for this writer, Derby (hopefully) will end sometime this morning.
I've lived in Louisville since 2007 and have gone to the Derby every year since coming to town. I've learned a few things:1. Calvin Borel could ride a donkey in the Derby and still go off at 5-1 odds.2. My birthday, May 7, always falls around the first Saturday in May. This year it was on...