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Review: The Chamber Theatre’s ‘A Doll’s House’ is a worthy retelling

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

The Chamber Theatre has delivered another piece of the classical cannon from the 19th century with their production of “A Doll’s House.” The company’s mission includes bringing bare-bone renditions of these plays to Louisville audiences. And instead of lavish productions, they spend their social and monetary capital luring in some of the best actors in the city. Their […]

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A look inside Studio Kremer Architects’ new Shelby Park headquarters

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

Studio Kremer Architects has made a big leap from the established Bluegrass Commerce Park in Jeffersontown to Shelby Park, a neighborhood that is still finding its footing. Scott Kremer bought the architecture firm from CC Brumley back in 1997 and changed the name but remained in the same offices. In 2005, Kremer said, they were […]

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Doc, patient recall heart transplant surgery 30 years later

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

Kathy Anderson had just given life to two girls — but she was dying. Anderson, of Brandenburg, Ky., was 20 when she delivered twin girls on March 17, 1987, but a deteriorating heart muscle had reduced the organ’s function to about 2 percent. “She was in the process of dying,” said Dr. Laman A. Gray […]

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Kentucky congressman says ‘Hell No’ to Obamacare replacement bill

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

By Fernando Alfonso III | Lexington Herald Leader A tweet from a Northern Kentucky congressman went viral Wednesday afternoon after he used his voting card to double down on his disdain for the American Health Care Act, the Republicans’ attempt to replace Obamacare. Rep. Thomas Massie’s tweet features a photo of his “new” voting card […]

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Louisville apartments sold as part of $74 million deal

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

New York-based firms Besyata Investment Group and The Scharf Group have purchased two apartment complexes, including one in Louisville, in a $74 million deal. Park at Hurstbourne, a 689-unit garden-style apartment complex in Fern Creek, is one of the largest, if not the largest, multifamily properties in Louisville. It sits on 44 acres, was built […]

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National storytelling event Expressing Motherhood bolstered by local talent

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

Fans of The Moth and storytelling in general will get a treat this weekend when Los Angeles-based storytelling event Expressing Motherhood arrives in Louisville. Like The Moth, the show will feature local storytellers addressing a theme — motherhood — live on stage, but unlike The Moth, Expressing Motherhood is a curated show, with its stories carefully […]

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Health leaders: Proposed federal budget would gut medical research

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

President Donald Trump’s proposed budget would cripple medical research for chronic and urgent diseases, cost thousands of high-paying jobs and reduce economic activity by billions of dollars, according to health leaders on the national and local level. At the University of Louisville, the proposed cuts to the National Institutes of Health threaten high-paying jobs, would […]

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St. Baldrick’s ‘TakeASwingAtCancer’ fundraiser at Slugger Field

March 23, 2017 superuser 0

If you hear a mild buzz coming from the downtown area Sunday afternoon, it’s most likely resonating from Louisville Slugger Field, as more than 220 people are volunteering to shave their heads completely — all for a good cause. The annual St. Baldrick’s event, which raises money for childhood cancer research, has a new nickname — “TakeASwingAtCancer” — and […]

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