Author Archive: Ashley Anderson
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Ashley spends half her time writing stories at The Voice-Tribune office and half her time out on the town conducting interviews, while occasionally dressing in wild outfits to fully immerse herself in the experience (aka Princess Leia at Comic Con). Ashley is a huge UofL fan and loves the Yankees and the Boston Celtics (she is fully aware of the irony). She hopes to one day outshine Erin Andrews on ESPN and enjoys running, Bardstown Road/Fourth Street, Breaking Bad and reality TV (she’s not ashamed to admit that).
It’s easy to dance when nobody’s watching; in front of a crowd is a much different story.
In its 11th year, the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame will welcome brand-new festivities to its star-studded ceremony, heightening fan interaction with legendary players and coaches of the sport.
Dr. Arthur “Art” McLaughlin II didn’t wait until New Year’s to make a resolution to get fit. He didn’t need to. When the Women’s Diagnostic Center physician decided he wanted to adopt a healthier lifestyle this past summer, the only thing the 62-year-old required was major motivation, which he found in the 19,341 feet of Mount Kilimanjaro.