Even for a native, navigating Derby is a wild ride. We’ve created this game in order to help you prepare for a successful Derby situation. Pay attention and take notes. Download a PDF of the game board here: Derby Time Game
The journalist is a 26-year-old, hometown-cloistered, liberal arts copout-degree-wielding man-child. But he knows his god-forsaken birthright. He knows that once a year there is a pile of booze-drenched flesh, encircled by chain link and horsemeat, that screams his name from … Continue reading
All Hallows’ Eve is serious business. Although it is a decidedly modest celebration of national scale when compared to the merry leviathan known as “The Holidays,” a transcontinental agreement to shower disguised strangers with free candy is no mean feat, … Continue reading
I grew up in Kentucky. Kentucky is famous for three things: 1. Horse racing 2. Basketball 3. BOURBON I love bourbon. I am the daughter of a man who loves bourbon. I am married to a man – Carter – … Continue reading
Aaron Draplin, of Draplin Design company, comes from the mighty Pacific Northwest. He will be visiting Louisville on Thursday, May 24th to deliver his talk, “Tall Tales from a Large Man.”
Some time ago, when Kyle Ware and Gregory Maupin of Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble lived in the same apartment building, they and their fellow friends/tenants decided to turn a buck by selling parking spaces in the back on Oaks and … Continue reading
Here’s a story about a three-word construction taken too far.
At last, progress on the bridges. Kentucky will work on them Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Indiana on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Or something like that, anyway. Good news, sure, but I couldn’t help noticing John Yarmuth’s frequent and emphasized use … Continue reading