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Holiday compassion comes alive at Fourth Street Live!

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Louisville’s status as a compassionate city was enhanced at Christmastime, when a few hundred volunteers worked to assemble and deliver 1,100 meals for needy families throughout Kentuckiana. It was an outpouring of love centered at Fourth Street Live!, where members of the UAW Ford Local 862 partnered with volunteers representing Fourth Street Live! businesses to […]

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Jerry Abramson to take job at Bellarmine University

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Louisville “Mayor for Life” Jerry Abramson is returning home after working at the White House for two years and will rejoin Bellarmine University, school officials confirmed Wednesday morning. Insider Louisville broke the news of Abramson’s return to Louisville to pursue academia, not politics. He starts next week as Bellarmine’s executive in residence, the university said in […]

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Speed Art Museum celebrates 90 years with 12 straight hours of events

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The Speed Art Museum has set the bar high since celebrating its new look after a three-year break. The opening bash lasted for 30 straight hours over two days last February and featured hundreds of local musicians, artists and theater groups. Now, to honor 90 years of providing art to the public, the museum won’t go quite […]

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Inauguration protests and rallies planned in Louisville

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It promises to be a rainy — but warm — Inauguration Day both here in Louisville and in our nation’s capital Friday. But it’s unlikely to dampen the spirits and sentiment of people who will gather in Louisville to celebrate or protest the incoming president and his administration. IL reached out to the local GOP […]

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ICYMI: Sacred Heart Inauguration trip draws scrutiny, Keep Kroger in Old Louisville rally, and more…

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Another gloomy day in Louisville… here’s what you might have missed today. Sacred Heart alumnae challenge inauguration decision In light of outcry from some alumnae, Sacred Heart Academy has reframed the message surrounding the decision to send its madrigal singers to President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration. The SHA Facebook page frames the trip as “a choral music […]

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31e co-working space adapts Edenside Church in the Highlands for startups

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This is the second in an occasional series about co-working spaces and other startup-friendly work places. The first article was on Story Louisville in Butchertown. Route 31E runs from Louisville to Nashville. Here in the city, it’s better known as Bardstown Road. But business partners Lamont Breland and John Reinhart have adopted 31e as the […]

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Movers, Shakers & Rainmakers, Jan. 19

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Welcome to Movers Shakers & Rainmakers, brought to you by DoorBelles. Each week, Insider Louisville and DoorBelles celebrate the achievements of those who make things happen in our local companies with stories about key hires, big promotions, major awards and a host of other amazing achievements in Louisville businesses. If you have an exceptional employee […]

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Experts: ACA repeal threatens health insurance of 100K Louisvillians

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A repeal of the Affordable Care Act threatens to take away health insurance from more than 100,000 Louisvillians, disrupt operations of local health providers and hamper economic growth, Mayor Greg Fischer and local health care experts said. A full repeal of the law, informally known as Obamacare, would have even broader consequences and affect local […]

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