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Palace’s Summer Movie Series features classic whodunits

June 30, 2017 superuser 0

Fans of film noir, classic movies and murder mysteries will have something to look forward to this summer, as the Louisville Palace prepares to begin its annual Classic Summer Movie Series. Every Friday and Saturday night from July 7 to Aug. 5, the Louisville Palace will screen classic thrillers and murder mysteries from the 1930s through […]

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31 great restaurant patios in the Louisville area

June 30, 2017 superuser 0

By StyleBlueprint 1. Mussel and Burger Bar Downtown 113 S. Seventh St., Louisville, KY 40202 • (502) 749-6451 An urban paradise of sorts right at Seventh and Main, this patio is a hidden gem, with many longtime patrons unaware it even exists. Enjoy a brick courtyard covered in ivy, hip lighting and excellent music. This is Chef […]

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Residents’ opinions mixed on proposed St. Matthews mixed-use development

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

The Louisville Planning Commission Thursday night recommended that the city of St. Matthews approve plans for an eight-story mixed-use development after hearing a mix of reactions, both positive and negative, from residents. The estimated $40 million project includes 276 apartment units, a private pool, a Crossfit fitness center and 15,345-square-feet of first floor retail space. […]

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7 Questions With … Author and ‘Bourbon Babe’ Carla Carlton

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

Louisville writer Carla Harris Carlton knows her way around a glass of bourbon. She won’t make a face when the precious Kentucky liquid touches her lips, and in fact, she’ll most likely be able to tell you the proof, the general mash bill (wheat vs. rye) and possibly even who distilled it. She’s that good […]

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KSP: Avoid deadly mix of alcohol and driving during July 4 holiday

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

Kentucky Press News Service The Fourth of July weekend marks the beginning of the traditional summer travel season and the American Automobile Association projects a record 37.5 million motorists will hit the roads this year, an increase of 2.9 percent over last year. Unfortunately, it is also one of the deadliest holiday periods of the […]

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Insider Louisville receives five first-place Society of Professional Journalists awards (and more)

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

Insider Louisville landed five first-place awards in the highly competitive online/print category for the Society of Professional Journalists awards on Thursday night. Insider freelancers Kevin Gibson and Eli Keel took home two second-place awards, while the staff earned third place for the Monday Business Briefing column. Sara Havens won first place in feature commentary for […]

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In Other News… ‘Progressive Liberal’ wrestling villain, UofL dance coach’s new reality show, Lawrence protects dog from paparazzi

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

Progressive Liberal: Deadspin profiled “The Progressive Liberal” Daniel Richards, a professional wrestler working as a heel with Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountain Wrestling. That profile caught the attention of Sports Illustrated, HuffPost, Salon and The Hill. Here’s a quick look at “The Progressive Liberal” antagonizing his audience: And here’s a much longer look at the Progressive Liberal […]

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Norton begins apprenticeship to combat nursing shortage

June 29, 2017 superuser 0

More than 100 area nursing students are getting work experience at Louisville hospitals through a first-of-its-kind apprenticeship program at Norton Healthcare. The program provides the students with job training — and pay — before graduation, allows the state to help address the nursing shortage and gives Norton a recruitment advantage over competitors, local and state officials […]

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