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Forecastle Festival 2019 Lineup

Forecastle Festival is returning to Louisville, Kentucky for its 17th year this summer. The Killers, the Avett Brothers, and Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals are headlining, and the rest of the bill includes Chvrches, Maggie Rogers, Noname, Hop Along, Chromeo, Playboi Carti, Andrew Bird, Denzel Curry, Portugal. The Man, First Aid Kit, Dawes, Lucius, … More »
Tags: Music, News, Anderson, Louisville Kentucky, Avett Brothers, Forecastle, Chvrches Maggie Rogers Noname, Chromeo Playboi Carti Andrew Bird Denzel Curry, Dawes Lucius


Feeling Completely and Utterly Alone Because You Have a Mental Illness? This Can Help

You have a mental illness, and you feel incredibly alone. Intellectually, you know that you are one of millions of people who also have a mental illness—people who also have depression or an anxiety disorder or bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. You know that you’re not the only person on this planet to be in pain. But it doesn’t matter. Because it looks like everyone around you is just fine. You’re the only one who has a hard time getting out of bed, who feels overwhelmed by everything, no matt...
Tags: Psychology, General, New York City, Support, Disorders, Self-help, Mental Illness, Loneliness, Stigma, Inspiration & Hope, Chapman, Louisville Kentucky, Saenz Sierzega, Chandler Ariz, Irvine Calif, Kingman


Google Fiber Abandoning Louisville Residents With Two Months Notice

stoborrobots writes: Google Fiber is leaving Louisville, as reported in The Verge: "Google Fiber's attempt to roll out its gigabit internet across the city of Louisville, Kentucky has apparently failed so spectacularly that the company has decided to completely shut down the service and leave town altogether. CNET has a report on the news, which Alphabet's Access division confirmed in a blog post on Thursday. 'We'll work with our customers and partners to minimize disruption, and we're committed...
Tags: Google, Tech, San Antonio, Google Fiber, Cnet, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Alphabet s Access


Google Fiber Abandoning Louisville Residents With Two Months Notice (slashdot)

stoborrobots writes: Google Fiber is leaving Louisville, as reported in The Verge: "Google Fiber's attempt to roll out its gigabit internet across the city of Louisville, Kentucky has apparently failed so spectacularly that the company has decided to completely shut down the service and leave town altogether. CNET has a report on the news, which Alphabet's Access division confirmed in a blog post on Thursday. 'We'll work with our customers and partners to minimize disruption, and we're committed...
Tags: Google, News, San Antonio, Google Fiber, Cnet, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, BeauHD, Alphabet s Access


Glitter on dog testicles—not really a trend - just a one time joke

P hotos supposedly of a weirdly disturbing new trend are cropping up on social media. People putting glitter on their dog’s testicles. The perpetrators stress that it is edible glitter applied using corn syrup so it is completely safe.   Hundreds of people have taken it seriously believing this is a new trend and weighed in to debate whether they think it is cruel or funny.  "I feel sorry for the dog. People will do anything to a animal and think it is funny. So bad." "Shame on the person who...
Tags: Pets, Burns, Louisville Kentucky, Jan, Jingle, Jordan Burns


Mere Calvinism

S omewhere along the way, it seems like the New Calvinism became about everything but Calvinism. Somewhere along the way, we stopped thinking and writing about the very doctrines that brought the movement together in the first place. Maybe we had already mastered them, so it was time to move on to more advanced topics. Or maybe we just began to assume them and then to subsume them to other matters. Either way, I’m delighted to see a new crop of books on the subject, with Jim O...
Tags: Amazon, Book Reviews, Book Review, Blogging, God, Corinthians, PAUL, Louisville Kentucky, John Calvin, Orrick, Boyce College, Calvinism, Jim Orrick


Go Barrel to Bar With this Kentucky Bourbon Experience

If you are the type of person who would travel to Louisville just to experience the Kentucky bourbon industry there, then you’ve probably already done your fair share of distillery tours. I was that person. I had been through the ‘this is how you distill liquor’ tour a million times, and was looking for something more than simply tastings. I wanted to really dig in and learn about the complete Kentucky bourbon process. Bourbon Boom If you haven’t heard, bourbon is experiencing a boom and so ar...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Kentucky, Boston, US, Maine, Angel, Food And Drink, Napa, Lucy, Louisville, Jack Daniels, Spencer, Louisville Kentucky, Ottsworld Unique Travel, Zoe


jackie robinson: "i owe more to canadians than they'll ever know."

Let me set the scene.The year is 1946. The United States is deeply segregated. The birth of civil rights movement that would begin as African-American soldiers returned to home to Jim Crow, after fighting for democracy abroad, is still a good 10 years away.Newlyweds Jackie and Rachel Robinson leave their hometown of Pasadena, California, for Florida, where Jackie will become the first African-American to play organized, professional sports in the United States. When Rachel sees "whites only" sig...
Tags: Travel, Florida, California, History, Canada, United States, Royals, Baseball, Montreal, Jack, Sam, Baltimore, Jackie, Jim Crow, Louisville, Hopper


DuetsBlog 2019 New Year’s Resolution

Wow, what a start to 2019!  We already have a Supreme Court case to look forward to, some great guest posts here and here, and plenty to build on from 2018.  Our first trade show of the year is also in the books – this time in Louisville, Kentucky for the Archery Trade Association’s annual trade show.  In addition to supporting clients in the industry, we had the privilege of working with the ATA in 2018 to develop an IP Guide for its members and help launch a new brand for the ATA, seen in the ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Steve, Branding, Louisville Kentucky, ATA, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Archery Trade Association, DuetsBlog, Craig Krummen Steve Baird, Draeke Weseman, Dipak Shah, Winthrop Weinstine Along


Primos Double Bull SurroundView Blind Receives Gear of the Year Recognition

Primos’ Double Bull SurroundView 360 FLORA, Mississippi – -(Ammoland.com)-    The National Rifle Association (NRA) magazine American Hunter has awarded Primos’ Double Bull SurroundView 360° hunting blind the Golden Bullseye Award for 2018 Gear of the Year. In conjunction with this recognition, Primos is set to announce two new additions to the SurroundView line at the 2019 Archery Trade Association Show. Primos Double Bull Surround View Blind 360 The 2018 Golden Bullseye winners were chosen...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Mississippi, Guns, Indianapolis, Gear, North America, Puerto Rico, Hunter, YouTube Channel, Louisville Kentucky, Mike Powell, National Rifle Association NRA, Primos, Shooting Industry News, Vista Outdoor


Burris Optics to Showcase Oracle Bow Sight at 2019 ATA Show

Burris-and-Oracle-by-burris GREELEY, Colo – -(Ammoland.com)-  Burris Optics will bring its new Oracle Bow Sight to the 2019 ATA Trade Show, which runs January 10-12, 2019, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Additional display items include the Signature and Droptine Series binoculars and Signature Series spotting scopes as well as a sample of Burris riflescopes. Attendees who stop by booth (No. 4149) have an opportunity to view Burris’s new Oracle laser-rangefinding ...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Gear, Signature, Louisville Kentucky, ATA, Burris, Kentucky Exposition Center, Burris Optics, Colo Ammoland, ATA Trade Show, ATA Show, Greely CO Burris Company


Eastern Red Cedars and Christmas Past

Our grown children were scattered hither and yon this Christmas, so Rose and I downsized Yuletide with a raggedy Eastern red cedar, instead of a sculpted Fraser fir. Meanwhile, I stayed merry and bright in a larger sense. I made the rounds in a Santa suit leavened with a puffy pillow. We dug a cedar (Juniperus virginiana)from our Salvisa farm. It had unmistakable charm—even if I was the only one who thought so. There were obvious advantages to our little tree. It was a blessing to be...
Tags: Gardening, Usda, Santa, North Carolina, Ralph Nader, Louisville, Rose, University Of Georgia, North Carolina State University, Louisville Kentucky, Fraser, Darling, It's the Plants, Mike Hayman, Cedar Hill, Salvisa


The Other John Muir Trail

In September 1867, two years after the end of the Civil War, a wild-eyed 29-year-old man left Louisville, Kentucky on foot with little money, food, or plans. Only a few months earlier he had suffered a serious eye injury in a work accident. He was heading south on a botanical journey with an ultimate destination of South America, then maybe Europe. He did not know it then, but he would become one of the most famous conservationists in American history. His name was John Muir. Muir is known mos...
Tags: Europe, Hiking, Environment, Georgia, Sport, United States, Cycling, Alaska, Tennessee, South America, John Muir, Cuba, North Carolina, Forest Service, Sierra Nevada, Sierra Club


AT&T to Switch On 5G in 12 Cities

AT&T is poised to activate its 5G network in parts of 12 U.S. cities. Under the plan, a select group of users will receive a 5G hot spot that connects to AT&T's 5G+ network. AT&T's 5G service will roll out in parts of Atlanta; Charlotte, North Carolina; Dallas; Houston; Indianapolis; Jacksonville, Florida; Louisville, Kentucky; Oklahoma City; New Orleans; Raleigh, North Carolina; and San Antonio and Waco, Texas. The system will become more widely available next spring. The hardware and data ...
Tags: Ecommerce, Atlanta, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Jacksonville Florida, Raleigh North Carolina, Louisville Kentucky, AT amp, Charlotte North Carolina, Waco Texas


Brown-Forman posts higher earnings in fiscal 2nd quarter

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Liquor company Brown-Forman Corp. reported slightly higher second-quarter net income Wednesday on the strength of its American whiskey and tequila sales, but cautioned that it’s starting to feel the pinch from tariffs slapped on its spirits in key European markets. The Louisville, Kentucky-based company — best known for its Jack Daniel’s […]
Tags: Business, News, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Jack Daniel, Brown Forman Corp, Brown Forman, Ky AP


Hoyt Archery to Sponsor National Archery in the Schools Program

National Archery in the Schools Program USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Hoyt Archery Inc. has become the newest sponsor of the National Archery in the Schools Program. Hoyt Archery, one of the most respected manufacturers of quality bowhunting and target archery products, has agreed to further support the work of bringing comprehensive instruction in archery to over two million archers per year in 47 states and 11 other countries. NASP® Vice President and General Manager Tommy Floyd said, “We are extr...
Tags: Guns, Nashville Tennessee, Louisville Kentucky, Salt Lake City Utah, Hoyt, NASP, Archery News, Youth Shooting Sports, National Archery in the Schools Program, National Archery, Roy Grimes, Tommy Floyd, Schools Program, Hoyt Archery, Hoyt Archery to Sponsor National Archery, Schools Program USA AmmoLand com Hoyt Archery Inc


Most affordable American cities

Hasbro made headlines recently when it taglined its new Monopoly for Millennials game, “Forget real estate, you can’t afford it anyway,” which, while humorous, is only accurate in a dozen or so cities. If you’re not looking to move to San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, New York City, or other A-list locales, housing is still pretty affordable. Of course, sometimes said affordable housing is in places you can’t really envision moving. Lovely as cities like Dayton, Ohio, and Lansing, Michigan, m...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Florida, Colorado, US, America, Austin, Cities, Idaho, Portland, Hasbro, Boulder, Cleveland, National Geographic, Denver, Jacksonville


See How the Wood Chips Fly at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

On your next trip to Louisville, Kentucky, don’t miss a visit to the place where they made “lumber for the Splendid Splinter” (lanky player Ted Williams) and still make an extraordinary array of baseball bats today – the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory right in downtown Louisville on Museum Row. Even if you’re not a baseball fan, or even a sports fan, it is full of interesting stories and Americana. The museum has worked hard to raise its profile, and the result is record-breaking visitor ...
Tags: Travel, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Ted Williams, Essaouira, Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, Great Food


Firearm Friendly Merchant Processing Made Affordable with Gearfire Payments

Firearm Friendly Merchant Processing Made Affordable with Gearfire Payments Louisville, Kentucky –-(Ammoland.com)- Gearfire Payments announces industry alignment and strategic focus on Shooting Sports. With over 2,000 retail accounts, the largest industry-dedicated processing solution provides the retail firearm community with new programs that reduce transaction costs, provide cost transparency and eliminate the risks of business interruption caused by non-industry-friendly financial institut...
Tags: Minnesota, Guns, United States, EMV, U S, Louisville Kentucky, ATF, ITAR, TSYS, Shooting Industry News, Orchid Advisors, Gearfire, Phillipps, Retail Technology Group, Gearfire Payments, Taylor Phillipps Operations Lead Gearfire


Brohm's HS in L'ville closed after threat made

St. Matthews Police were notified of an alleged threat that was made against Trinity High School in Louisville, Kentucky, after football coach Jeff Brohm's decision to turn down the University of Louisville and instead remain at Purdue University.
Tags: Football, Louisville Kentucky, University of Louisville, Jeff Brohm, Brohm, Trinity High School, St Matthews Police


DoubleStar Donates Midnight Dragon Rifle to USA Cares Raffle

DoubleStar Midnight Dragon Rifle Winchester, Ky. (Ammoland.com) – DoubleStar Corp, manufacturers of high-quality, US-made AR components, rifles, pistols and edged weapons, continues to demonstrate its commitment to Veterans by donating a special edition DoubleStar Midnight Dragon rifle to the USA Cares Raffle. The rifle will be raffled off with all proceeds benefiting USA Cares. Tickets for the raffle cost $20 each (only 1,000 tickets are available). Visit the following link for details and tic...
Tags: Usa, Guns, US, Veterans, Louisville Kentucky, Ar-15, Ergo, Firearm News, Winchester Kentucky, Doublestar, DoubleStar Corp, Nick Collier, DoubleStar Midnight Dragon, USA Cares Tickets, USA Cares, Cedar Enterprises


Malachy Tallack's Playlist for His Novel "The Valley at the Centre of the World"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Malachy Tallack's debut The Valley at the Centre of the World is an authentic and evocative novel of Scottish island life. Kirkus wrote of the book: "In his delicately wrought deb...
Tags: Music, Scotland, World, David, Alice, The Valley, Billy, Shetland Islands, Bonnie Prince Billy, Van Morrison, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Valley, Orkney, Shetland, Louisville Kentucky


Longines Breeders’ Cup 2018 With Longines Watches

Timing horse races is essentially an electronic endeavor, so it makes sense that the official watch of the Longines sponsored Breeders’ Cup, which took place over the weekend at Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, is the quartz Conquest V.H.P. In the early days of... The post Longines Breeders’ Cup 2018 With Longines Watches appeared first on aBlogtoWatch.
Tags: Watches, Louisville Kentucky, Longines, Churchill Downs, Shows & Events, Chronograph Watches, Watches & Sports, Longines Breeders


527 Bombardier Sheds Business Units

Bombardier sells off major portions of its commercial aviation business, FAA issues an Emergency Airworthiness Directive for Boeing 737, an American Airlines executive flys United, an update on United’s Polaris business class, Japanese pilots and alcohol consumption, and some visitors allowed to the gate at Sea-Tac. Also, a talk with a Challenger Class Red Bull air race pilot and crosswind landings with the B-52. Bombardier Q400 Aviation News Bombardier To Sell Q400 Program to Viking Air ...
Tags: Japan, US, UPS, Chicago, Aviation, Salt Lake City, Airport, Red Bull, Seattle, Faa, Boeing, United, United Airlines, American Airlines, Bombardier, Polaris


10 Fantastic But Under-Appreciated Music Cities

While the term "music cities" likely evokes the classic behemoths like NYC, LA, or Nashville, some of the best music cities out there are much smaller and still fly somewhat under the industry radar. __________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 When artists and bands think of “music cities” the ones that immediately come to mind are the big 5 – New York City, Los Angeles, Nashville, Seattle and Austin. There are other cities that have great scenes that don’t c...
Tags: Music, Boston, Chicago, Guest Post, New Orleans, Nashville, Omaha, Philadelphia, Memphis, Santa Fe, Music Business, Live & Touring, Philly, Baton Rouge, Louisville Kentucky, Warren Haynes


Vision Hospitality Group to Introduce New Division Entitled Humanist

Today, Vision Hospitality Group unveiled plans for its newest boutique hospitality brand, Kinley. Providing a contemporary approach to the hotel experience that is both warm and effortless, Kinley will be part of the overarching company's new Humanist lifestyle portfolio, debuting in Cincinnati in late 2019, followed by Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2020. Humanist will also be comprised of The Grady Hotel, set to open next year in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, in additional to other lifestyl...
Tags: Travel, Cincinnati, CHATTANOOGA Tennessee, Louisville Kentucky, Kinley, Vision Hospitality Group to Introduce New Division, Today Vision Hospitality Group, Grady Hotel


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: The Ohio River, Kentucky/Indiana

Photo submitted by Bill Kramer, “I live in New Albany, Indiana. New Albany shares the Ohio River border with Louisville, Kentucky. On the Indiana side of the river lies 3 connecting cities, New Albany, Clarksville, and Jeffersonville that I ride thru to reach the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge. The Big Four Pedestrian Bridge spans between […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: The Ohio River, Kentucky/Indiana appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Indiana, Cycling, Louisville Kentucky, Ohio River, Jeffersonville, Pic of the Day, Bill Kramer, Ohio River Kentucky Indiana, New Albany Indiana New Albany, New Albany Clarksville


Susan Orlean reveals how ‘The Library Book’ explores the 1986 LA Central Library fire, but checks out much more

For writer Susan Orlean, libraries seemed a distant part of her past, honey-hued memories of the countless trips she and her mother made to the local branch of the Shaker Heights Public Library during her childhood in a Cleveland suburb. As a staff writer for the New Yorker and author of books including “The Orchid Thief” and “Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend,” she typically bought the books she needed for work or wanted for pleasure. But seven years ago, Orlean and her family moved to Los A...
Tags: Books, Ray Bradbury, Los Angeles, Sport, Ukraine, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Harry, Cleveland, Chernobyl, Lucky, Ucla, Southern California, Nancy Drew, Louisville Kentucky


Your Whole Story Matters

I looked out at the hundreds of moms and asked, “Who grew up believing that colorblindness was the answer to racism or that you were a racist if you talk about race or racism?” Just about every mom in the room, with eyes widened, leaned in to testify, and arms o f various skin tones sprung up waving hands like flags in solidarity. The MOMcon workshop session was slated for an hour, so we didn’t have time and space to hear each mom’s specific story. Although most were strangers, their unifie...
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Story, Louisville Kentucky, Encouragement, Whole Story


Grocery store shooting leaves 2 dead; suspect in custody

JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. (AP) — A male suspect fatally shot a man and a woman at a Kroger grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville, Kentucky, and then exchanged fire with an armed bystander before fleeing the scene, police said. He was captured shortly afterward. Both victims died at the store, said Jeffersontown Police Chief Sam […]
Tags: News, Sam, Kroger, Louisville Kentucky, Nation & World