Category: The Profile

Riding To Find A Cure

Riding To Find A Cure

| August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Brad Swope still remembers the shock of being diagnosed with cancer.

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Faulkner Brings Artist’s Drive to Gallery

Faulkner Brings Artist’s Drive to Gallery

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

From the very beginning, Tim Faulkner had two of the key elements required to be an artist: the ability to look at things differently, and the need to be engaged.

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Entrepreneurial Partners Bring Prestige Back to Louisville

Entrepreneurial Partners Bring Prestige Back to Louisville

| July 24, 2014 | 1 Comment

Denise Spalding and Jennifer Eberle recently learned a valuable lesson about awards banquets: your seat’s proximity to the podium has little to do with your odds of winning.

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Honoring The Bluegrass Gridiron

Honoring The Bluegrass Gridiron

| July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

In commemoration of the Governor’s Cup, the annual football game between the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky, the Governor’s Cup honors past gridiron greats from both schools. This

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Eliason Brings Artist’s Eye to Interior Design

Eliason Brings Artist’s Eye to Interior Design

| July 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Inspiration can strike in the blink of an eye. And in that split second when the eye is closed, the face of everything can change.

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Sexton Smith Leaving Legacy  at Fund for the Arts

Sexton Smith Leaving Legacy at Fund for the Arts

| July 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

Ten minutes into a sit-down interview, Barbara Sexton Smith spies Fund for the Arts staffers Claire Simms and Kristin Wingfeld approaching her office. She’s not expecting any news, but the news they have to bring is cause for celebration.

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Larry Bisig: Identifying Opportunity

Larry Bisig: Identifying Opportunity

| June 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dating back to grade school, Larry Bisig has known the value of identity.

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Veteran Visits Cherished Distillery

Veteran Visits Cherished Distillery

| June 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Easter Sunday four years ago, Sergeant Ron Strang was struck by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.

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Kevin Gose Fights Diabetes in First Run Across Kentucky

Kevin Gose Fights Diabetes in First Run Across Kentucky

| June 19, 2014 | 2 Comments

Kevin Gose, a high school English teacher and Cross Country coach for Bullitt Central High School, left his departing seniors with some words of wisdom a few weeks ago.

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Markert Inspired by Louisville

Markert Inspired by Louisville

| June 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

While all eyes may have been on the Belmont Stakes this past weekend in the hopes that California Chrome would become the first horse in decades to win the elusive Triple Crown, Louisville-based author James Markert was fascinated by another long-forgotten aspect of horse racing: the time when it was the preserve of African-American horse jockeys, the first superstars of 19th-century sport in the United States, and who due to racism were forced out of the sport.

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