On Thursday night, Garage Bar is hosting a beer dinner in collaboration with Lexington’s Country Boy Brewing. I was recently in Lexington for a day, and Country Boy was one of the destinations I was most excited to visit.
Arts & Entertainment:
If you’re around my age, then you might have fond memories of Robert “Bobcat” Goldthwait as the voice of Floppy, the talking-alcoholic-chain-smoking-stuffed-rabbit from the WB Network’s “Unhappily Ever After” which ran from ’94-’99.
Let’s face it, it’s getting cold and it will only get colder.
His name is Hannibal Buress and before you ask, no he wasn’t named after the star of the 1981 novel “Red Dragon,” later brought to life on screen by Anthony Hopkins in ’91’s “The Silence of the Lambs” – but instead the third century B.C. Carthaginian military commander Hannibal Barca who famously marched his legions (including elephants) over the Alps.
The Voice-Tribune's Sports Desk:
Basketball and football thoughts written while trying on new coats and winter headwear for this weekend’s trip to South Bend.
Robert Bendingfield, a senior three-sport athlete at The Academy at Shawnee has been named the Northwestern Mutual Athlete of the Month.
Garrick McGee is the assistant head coach/ offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at the University of Louisville.
Tony Vanetti: Alright Matt, it’s a little early in the season for Calipari to be chastising the fans after the game, like he did the other day, about just supporting the team and avoiding crazy behavior on the internet. It’s a little early for that, isn’t it? Matt Jones: I don’t know what was going [...]
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