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Take a look: Churchill Downs unveils new food court and menu

April 30, 2017 superuser 0

Churchill Downs just spent $16 million to upgrade its second-floor Clubhouse, and the enhancements can not only be seen but also eaten. The renovation encompasses 95,000 square feet, with Churchill Downs changing everything from the tables, wall decor and the food court menu. The area, which includes The Aristides Lounge, The Loft at Aristides Lounge […]

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Mercy Academy theater program takes artistic risks on the ground and in the air

April 28, 2017 superuser 0

With this weekend’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a group of fearless students from Mercy Academy will be debuting their new circus skills and demonstrating in more than one way a portion of their theater program’s mission statement: to take risks. Insider spoke with “Midsummer” director Amanda Simmons and circus teacher Jesse Alford to […]

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UofL president signals new focus on athletics department oversight

April 28, 2017 superuser 0

University of Louisville interim president Greg Postel told trustees on Wednesday that he will apply increased attention and oversight to the UofL Athletic Association in the coming months, though he maintained he was not aware of any dire “fix” needed within the athletics department, as trustee and Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter declared two weeks ago. […]

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DEA Agent: Fentanyl’s rise in opioid crisis is a matter of pure profit

April 28, 2017 superuser 0

Editor’s note: Part 3 of a series on the ramifications of Louisville’s growing heroin epidemic focuses on the impetus for drug dealers. Part 2 examined the investigation of one local suspected dealer. Part 1 presented a father’s account of his son’s addiction and ultimate overdose. Drug dealers are mixing heroin with the powerful opioid fentanyl […]

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