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Louisville looks to pull off upset against No. 3 Clemson

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville will need to play with even more of the resilience in consecutive shootout victories when they square off against third-ranked Clemson on Saturday. Louisville (4-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) will face its toughest challenge this season against the Tigers (6-0, 4-0), who are 5-0 in the brief series. That includes […]
Tags: News, Sports, Tigers, Clemson, Louisville, Atlantic Coast Conference, Ky AP


BC turns to Grosel at QB for game against NC State

BOSTON (AP) — Boston College is turning to sophomore Dennis Grosel at quarterback against North Carolina State to try to end a two-game losing streak and keep the Eagles’ hopes of a bowl game alive. Grosel came in during the second quarter of the Oct. 5 game against Louisville after Anthony Brown suffered a season-ending […]
Tags: News, Boston, Sports, Ap, Louisville, Eagles, Boston College, Anthony Brown, North Carolina State, NC State, Grosel, Dennis Grosel


Carrie Underwood's 'Cry Pretty Tour' proves female country artists aren't going anywhere

Carrie Underwood stopped in Louisville Oct. 17 for her "Cry Pretty Tour 360" at KFC Yum Center, and fans got the best of modern country music.          [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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Carrie Underwood's "Cry Pretty Tour" is on its way to Louisville. Here's what to know

Country star Carrie Underwood is bringing her "Cry Pretty Tour" to Louisville Thursday at the KFC Yum Center, performing on a new stage in the round.          [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: Religion, Carrie Underwood, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, KFC Yum Center


No. 3 Clemson visits Louisville, seeks 22nd consecutive win

No. 3 Clemson (6-0, 4-0 ACC) at Louisville (4-2, 2-1), Saturday at 12 p.m. EDT (ABC). Line: Clemson by 23 1/2. Series record: Clemson leads 5-0. WHAT’S AT STAKE Most Read StoriesFirst of six weather systems rolls into Seattle area; at least a week of rain ahead'Hunter killer assassins': Why the Boeing saga is the […]
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'A passionate guy': Ex-NASCAR team owner found dead in Ohio River near Louisville

Lonnie Troxell, of a racing team from 2000-2005 that competed in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, was found floating in the Ohio River Tuesday.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Nascar, Louisville, Ohio River, Louisville Courier Journal, Lonnie Troxell


3 Suggestions on a Saturday Night with Author Charles Suddeth

Another Saturday night is here folks! So I'm excited to introduce to you, author Charles Suddeth, who is guest host tonight. Before we read his suggestions for Saturday night, here is a bit about the author himself: Charles Suddeth has published poetry, picture books, middle reader’s books, young adult thrillers, and adult mysteries in English, Cherokee, and Turkish. He is active with Green River Writers and leads a monthly SCBWI Social. He lives in Louisville and teaches for the Jefferso...
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Mack: Louisville’s Slazinski hospitalized with appendicitis

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville coach Chris Mack says forward Quinn Slazinski has been hospitalized with appendicitis that might require surgery. Asked after the team’s annual tipoff luncheon Wednesday whether he’d redshirt the 6-foot-8, 215-pound freshman, Mack said Slazinski was in a hospital with the illness and receiving antibiotics. The coach noted that “the next […]
Tags: News, Sports, Louisville, Mack, Ky AP, Chris Mack, Slazinski, Quinn Slazinski


Clemson’s Swinney going with 2 kickers against Louisville

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says he will used kicker B.T. Potter on kickoffs and long field goal tries when the third-ranked Tigers play at Louisville this week. Swinney angrily shouted at Potter after he missed a 24-yard kick right before halftime in a 45-14 win over Florida State on Saturday. Swinney […]
Tags: News, Sports, Tigers, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, Potter, Dabo Swinney, Swinney, CLEMSON S C AP


Louisville quarterback to have season-ending toe surgery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville says redshirt junior quarterback Jawon Pass will miss the rest of this season after having surgery for an injured right toe that has sidelined him the past four games. Pass started the Cardinals’ first two contests and was injured in the opener against Notre Dame. He completed 12 of 19 […]
Tags: News, Sports, Louisville, Cardinals, Ky AP, Jawon Pass


CBS Sports Announces 2019-2020 College Basketball Schedule: Key Dates, How To Watch

(CBS)- The college basketball season is right around the corner, with the first games of the year just three weeks away. As the tip-off of a new seasons nears, CBS Sports has released its schedule of coverage for the 2019-2020 season. Entering its 39th year of broadcasting college basketball, CBS Sports will broadcast 275 games across the network and CBS Sports Network over the course of the season. That includes coverage of 12 automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament being punched on CBS airwaves ...
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The 6 craziest things that happened in Week 7 of the college football season

Four teams dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten, Louisville's coaching staff is way too intense, everyone from the state of Michigan is an embarrassment and yeah, Oklahoma and Texas still don't like each other. Four undefeated teams suffered their first losses of the season this week as the College Football Playoff Grim Reaper began to rear his ugly head. Why else would Georgia take itself out of field goal range with an illegal shift right before the end of regulation?
Tags: Texas, News, Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma, NCAAF, Louisville


Lamar Jackson makes NFL history with huge day in win over Bengals

Lamar Jackson says he's intent on shedding his “running quarterback” label as he continues his breakout season with the Baltimore Ravens. The second-year quarterback who lit up opponents with his arm and his remarkable athleticism at Louisville en route to becoming a first-round pick of the Ravens put it in blunt terms last month. With all due respect to his talents as a passer, the Ravens would probably prefer if he kept his scrambling prowess in his tool belt.
Tags: News, NFL, Baltimore Ravens, Louisville, Ravens, Bengals, Lamar Jackson


Clemson’s Swinney changing starting kickers for Louisville

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Apparently, not everything’s perfect with No. 3 Clemson. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said backup kicker Steven Sawicki would start on Saturday against Louisville after starter B.T. Potter missed a 24-yard field goal try right before halftime against Florida State. It was Potter’s second straight miss after a 40-yard attempt at North […]
Tags: News, Sports, Clemson, Louisville, Dabo Swinney, Swinney, Clemson Tigers, Steven Sawicki, B T Potter, Florida State It was Potter


Swim portion of triathlon event canceled over algae blooms

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Part of a Kentucky triathlon has been canceled over toxic algae blooms in the Ohio River. News outlets report a statement by The Ironman Group says officials have determined after water testing that it is necessary to cancel the swim portion of Sunday’s 2019 Ironman Louisville for athlete safety. Participants had […]
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No. 19 Wake Forest looks to remain unbeaten vs Louisville

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — No. 19 Wake Forest hasn’t been this hot to start a season in 75 years. The Demon Deacons (5-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) play their first game as a nationally ranked team since 2008 on Saturday night, looking to extend one of the best starts in school history in a visit […]
Tags: News, Sports, Louisville, Atlantic Coast Conference, Winston Salem, Demon Deacons


No. 19 Wake debuts 1st ranking since ’08 against Louisville

Louisville (3-2, 1-1 ACC) at No. 19 Wake Forest (5-0, 1-0), Saturday at 7:30 p.m. EDT (ACC Network). Line: Wake Forest by 6 1/2. Series record: Louisville leads 4-2. WHAT’S AT STAKE? Most Read StoriesHomeless woman's $1 trailer touches off political storm in West SeattleRussian carrier Aeroflot cancels order for 22 Boeing 787 DreamlinersWhen is […]
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A Black, Queer Kentuckian Returns Home To Take The Helm At Actors Theatre Of Louisville

After decades living and working all over the U.S., actor-director-choreographer Robert Barry Fleming is now in his first season as artistic director of one of the country’s most important regional theatres. He tells Diep Tran, “It’s taken me 50 years to be afforded my ‘Jackie Robinson moment’: the chance to lead a large, multi-million dollar institution, and I believe that may have less to do with my ability or readiness to do the job, and more about the dominant culture demonstrating readines...
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How Can Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology Play a Role in Building Social and Solidarity Finance?

Has blockchain proven itself as a technology of the future? As a result of the ongoing development of cryptocurrencies and the broader use of blockchain technology, there has been a process of maturity across the industry. Forbes even went so far as to call Bitcoin the new gold .  Governance and Risk There continue to be many issues associated with this technology environment, particularly in terms of governance and the associated risk for investors, however, there has also been recognit...
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Who's Reaching Out to Get High School Students Interested in Design? Pensole

Most of us had to go to college to get our Industrial Design education. There was simply nothing available at the high school level. But if we could get young people engaged with design earlier than we currently do, the profession would benefit as a whole.What branch of design would appeal most to high school kids? Product, automotive, furniture? It actually doesn't matter, if those industries aren't bothering to reach out to youth. But PENSOLE Design Academy, the educational footwear design org...
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Best towns for LGBTQ road trip

For the queer traveler, despite the appeal of the open road, traversing the United States eventually means that they’ll be stuck in some states that are less than accepting of their lifestyles. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are safe havens for queer travelers that exist all over the country — from Arkansas to Kansas. So, to ensure that the open road remains just as friendly to the LGBTQ traveler, we’ve discovered the best places to go on your queer-friendly US road trip. 1. Tao...
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Ex-Ky officer gets 5 years for unwanted sex with 5 women

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A former Kentucky police officer has been sentenced to five years in prison for sexual misconduct against 5 women who are suing him over the assaults. News outlets report former Louisville Officer Pablo Cano was sentenced Monday as part of a deal in which he admitted to having sex without consent […]
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Elfalan Don – “Nasty Hoe” (Video)

Up and coming Louisville based Hip Hop artist Elfalan Don drops new music video to his new hit song “Nasty Hoe“.
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Boston College, Louisville look to shut down rushing attacks

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Boston College running back A.J. Dillon is looking to punish Louisville again. In his first start, Dillon rushed for career-bests with 272 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ last visit to Louisville nearly two years ago. He would like nothing more than a repeat performance. The 6-foot, 245-pound junior has […]
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Nature and Free Play for All Children

  I go back a long way with the award-winning Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. My first experiences at Bernheim were grade school bus trips to the nature center in the early 1960s. I saw stuffed, dead animals and slithering live snakes in terrariums. I was hooked. I have visited Bernheim many times over the last 60 years. For the past 11 years I’ve enjoyed visiting with our 12-year old granddaughter. Story May Lowe is a free-play girl at heart. Granddad and Story at Bernheim Arboretu...
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From Rehab to a “Welcome Home” Garden

So, OK, I’m lucky; not every driveway offers 300 feet of “Welcome Home.” I understand that. What I’m talking about here is concept; the need to plant something special at the edge of the yard where that long day at the office meets that welcome turn toward the garage. That idiot boss, that computer meltdown, that wasted sales meeting, that assembly line lunacy, that 40 minutes of traffic jam are history. You’re home. You’re garden still loves you. It’s right there to say so. As previously mentio...
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Gertrude Jekyll and I wanted to Hyde

Google Doodle celebrating Gertrude Jekyll’s 174th birthday on November 27, 2017. Mary Vaananen’s second guest rant takes us behind the scenes of public horticultural presentations. I will never forget my first presentation to a large group. I was a Hort. technician with the Jefferson County Cooperative Extension service and I was giving a talk during the annual KNLA turfgrass conference entitled, The Gardener’s Eye. By today’s standards it was awful. Scanned photographs, black and white diagr...
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Philodendron Philharmonic

Mary Vaananen tunes in to office plants. My friend Mary Vaananen records sounds made by plants in the dead of winter. Seems weird, doesn’t it? It is weird, but when you are growing desperate for spring, listening to tender plants is a good fallback. Have you heard of plant neurobiology? Michael Pollan laid out a you’re-not-going-to-believe-this argument in his 2013 New Yorker article, “Intelligent Plant.” Wired for sound. Thaumatophyllum (Philodendron) bipinnatifidum. The proponents o...
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Gardening with Diminishing Returns

  Rose unleashes the Louisville garden. I am 68 years old and have been gardening for almost 50 years. For more than a third of this long garden row—18 years—I have been planting and weeding accompanied by Multiple Sclerosis. As a consequence of disease and age, my gardens—and my ambition—are slowly unwinding. Life is still generous. Gardening has soothed my soul for as long as I have gripped the handle of a hoe. Weeding can transport me to a loving and peaceful dimension—at least, until an ...
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Saps for Trees

Tree saps are head over heels for red maples… Natalie Jeremijenko’s “Tree Logic” at Mass MoCa, North Adams, MA. Hayly Fisher is a barista. She waters humble sidewalk plantings outside Bean Roastery and Café in Louisville’s Germantown neighborhood. She planted a few, simple, yellow-orange Cosmos sulphureus outside the store earlier this spring. Hayly’s flowers are fighting now for elbowroom with crabgrass. Her marigolds are chugging along, though spider mites have speckled the leaves and tried...
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