The United States is full of First Churches, mostly Baptist, though other denominations slip in some occasionally. There is, however, a new First Church, long in development but now fully functioning, which is not listed in the directories – the First Church of Political Correctness.
April showers bring May flowers, and signal the coming of a warm, sun-filled season – supposedly. But in Louisville, you never know what type of weather to expect, especially during springtime. Severe thunder and hailstorms have been known to plague the city this time of year, and, oftentimes, cause a great deal of trouble for local homes.
As the realization of a lifelong dream unfolded before him on a soggy first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs, Claude Ray “Shug” McGaughey was not watching from a warm and cozy spot on Millionaires Row, over even one of the Churchill Downs boxes in Section 318 where the connections of Kentucky Derby runners spend some of the most anxious two-minute increments of their lives.
Spring is in full bloom on a radiant afternoon as I walk into Bittners to meet SiDonna Cox. Many new furnishings and accessories highlight the excitement of the season.
Louisville AAU basketball team, the River City Celtics, are headed to the Sunshine State to compete against the best 14 and under boys basketball teams from across the U.S.