One year, though, it rained badly on Oaks night, and we were using squeegees and vacuums on the red carpet the following morning because we didn’t want these celebrities to hear their shoes make squishing noises
If most of the city is snowed in, Tracy Hodges is out -- salting and plowing the roads. A up close look at one of the most important winter jobs in Louisville, snow plowing, and one of the women responsible for it: Tracy Hodges.
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.
Have you ever heard somebody say, "Oh, (Insert American city)? That's just like Louisville." Well Austin, Texas often fills that role. Whether it is by population or character, these two cities seem to share a common ground of weirdness.
Sophie Maier is the immigrant-services librarian at the Iroquois public library. Maier heads up the English Conversation Club; part of the Iroquois branch's efforts to reach out to Louisville's growing international community.
Before he was known around town as 'the soup bicycle guy,' 37-year-old Ian Ritchie, a Cincinnati native, spent 20 years cooking in restaurant kitchens, from a fast-food pizza chain to a high-end Colorado resort.