Girl Scouting teaches girls a lot of valuable life skills. Those skills helped one young Girl Scout from southern Indiana act bravely in a scary situation when her nurse and caregiver faced a potentially life-threatening medical crisis.
Thumbing through the colorful, hand-made posters on his dining room table, a Clarksville, Ind., veteran feels loved by his family.
EARLY BIRDS GET THEIR HOST SportsRadio 790 WKRD is pleased to announce Jody Demling will join the team as the new host of the weekday Early Birds show. Demling is a graduate of the University of Louisville, and a past Kentucky Sportswriter of the Year award-winner. He is well-known for his sports reporting successes with [...]
Jim Shields’ earliest memory is harrowing. “I was being molested in the back of a pick-up truck,” he said. “I was lonely – alone – in a house with three siblings, my mother and whatever companion she had at the time, and it was a longing for not what I was in.”
In the alley behind the Cathedral of the Assumption, 433 S. Fifth St., 125 to 150 people stand in line for a balanced lunch. They depend on a legacy of generosity that began with baloney sandwiches handed out of the rectory during the Great Depression.
It’s the perfect blend of elegance and Southern Hospitality, all for the purpose of an incredibly important local cause. On June 13, Corbett’s: An American Place will offer up its restaurant to an estimated 600 guests dressed in Derby attire for the fourth annual Bourbon and Bowties, a popular fundraising feast benefitting Kosair Children’s Hospital through the Children’s Hospital Foundation.
NuLu’s Newest Hipster Celebrate the grand opening of the Speed Art Museum’s new satellite space, Local Speed (822 E. Market St.), and enjoy a first look at “Welcome Neighbors: Art from NuLu.” This engaging exhibition by guest curator Daniel Pfalzgraf will feature works by NuLu artists. Preview “Welcome Neighbors: Art from NuLu” at 5 p.m. [...]