Clifton Center executive director John Harris joins me to discuss their annual benefit to end homelessness, which will be held on Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m.
Arts & Entertainment:
Matt Gifford moved to New York City from Louisville five years ago to pursue his ultimate dream, to headline a comedy show in Louisville.
December is a great time for seasonal depression, as the cold, grey weather and endless dumps of rain, snow and relatives descend upon our very fragile souls.
Jim Boigos started as many drummers do, banging on pots and pans in his mother’s kitchen.
The Voice-Tribune's Sports Desk:
John Calipari walked through the concrete bowels of Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center, stepped behind the podium inside the media center and flashed a barely concealed grin of satisfaction.
For all the good things about the Louisville-Kentucky rivalry, I think we can all agree that there are times where it’s either exhausting or just downright annoying.
As another year edges toward becoming the stuff of memories, most of us will be taking the opportunity in the coming days to look back and assess the achievements, smiles, sorrows and opportunities it held.
Davis Mattingly, Kentucky 6A Player of the Year