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Keep Golf For All Of Us

Metro courses are for people who just want an outdoor activity, somewhere to be with as many as three friends for a few hours. They don’t necessarily care about green speeds and tightly mown fairways. They’re for people who want to …

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New Blood Courses Through Ricci’s Veins

Saturday, Jan. 19Zach Deputy is a not-quite-one-man band. He’s got his childhood friend Paul Kearns bouncing around bongos and congas and any number of percussion instruments. But prepare to be amazed at the fullness of the blues/folk-cum-Caribbean fusions that’ll take over Tailgaters on Saturday. “I play synthesized guitar, so I can get any sound. Sounds … Continued

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Jazz Musicians Develop Online Educational

This week a slate of more than a dozen courses are open for registration. Students can register late, without missing anything. And this is a small enterprise, not a large bureaucracy. Lindsey says that messages left on the websites contact link go directly to …

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Close Golf Courses

Hey, and in even better news, it looks like the Metro Council’s knuckleheaded vote on tax and revenue means we’re going to lose at least four golf courses. Advertisement I know you’re a hater, but there’s no such thing as good news when people are losing their jobs, even at …

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A Is For Adjunct

Adjunct faculty teaches approximately 70 percent of the general education courses at the University of Louisville and Jefferson Community and Technical College. These numbers are in keeping with national statistics, as are the abysmal working conditions of local adjunct instructors: low pay, no benefits and no job security. While they teach the majority of core … Continued

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Advocate Spotlight: Trinity High School’s Allie Kerns

For the past four years, Kerns has taught one of the school’s capstone courses. “In the class, we teach students a variety of life skills from budgeting and resume writing to time management and writing a grocery list,” Kerns said. One of the most important units, however, focuses on sexual assault prevention.

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400 Acres Of Forgotten Land, One ‘iconic’ Park

The parks of Southern Indiana skew toward functional. There are plenty of baseball fields and golf courses, but barely any large-scale retreats for nature lovers. The ones that do exist lie outside of the riverside cities’ limits, such as Charlestown State Park …

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Becoming A White Ally

Becoming a true white ally to Black people involves letting go of being comfortable: start speaking out and confront your privilege head-on. Here are some locally-led courses to get started with. White Fragility: A Four Week Exploration (starting June 22) | Zoom | Donation based 5:30-6:30 p.m. Read and discuss as a group “White Fragility: … Continued

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Tiny Thai Cafe, A Favorite

Main courses are further subdivided among rice-and-noodle dishes, Thai curries, chicken, beef, pork and seafood entrées and vegetarian apps, soups, salads, entrées, rice-and-noodle dishes and curries. Whew! Pricing for vegetarian mains spans a very narrow range: Everything is either $12.95 or $13.95!

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From Brothel To House Of Healing: The Story Of Louisville

Aware of the hard choices that the women are forced to make in order to survive and/or take care of their families, he envisions the building being used as a recovery place for women trying to break the cycle of poverty, exploitation, abuse and/or domestic violence or perhaps as a place where single mothers could stay while taking college courses.

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Surviving Cuts At Jefferson Community & Technical College

“Most of the cuts were in high-volume courses, which are courses that we offer many sections of and have many students enrolled in.” These tend to be the basic classes for students intending to transfer, including English, math, sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.

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How Soon Before We All Live In ‘Maple Street,’ Or Being A

Locally, Mayor Greg decided to keep open city golf courses but close basketball courts. The rationale is that golf can be played at a distance and without touching anything that touches anyone else. “I didn’t want to have to close public areas in our parks and was hoping this wouldn’t be necessary,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.

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The Importance Of Understanding

All of these courses have and hold personal meaning for me because they all directly deal with my personal identity as a black femme lesbian woman. So every semester I get to teach them, they serve a two-fold purpose: My students get to learn about others and themselves, and I get to learn more about others and myself.

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They Are Lions: A New Louisville School For Boys’ Powerful

Neither of his parents graduated high school. His dad, Robert Earl Gunn Sr., worked at a factory for 42 years to raise his family up. Gunn Jr. struggled mightily in school. His sixth grade-report card was filled with Cs and Ds, he scored an 840 on the SAT, had to take remedial courses and, at one time, his college transcript showed he had a 1.9

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Focusing On Financial Health: Chart The Path Toward Your

Focusing on Financial Health: Chart the Path Toward Your Next Milestone. Jun 10 2021. By Brian Lamb. When was the last time you looked at your bank account balance? According to a recent study, over 60 percent of Americans check their balance at least once week. This is a habit, if practiced the right way, can you put on the path to achieving

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Cruel And Unusual

First a Valium is administered to relieve anxiety, and presumably to ensure the impending procedure goes smoothly. Prison guards then lead the sedated inmate into the execution chamber where he is strapped to a gurney. Once an IV is in place, a series of three drugs is pumped through the line: The first is a … Continued

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A Q&A With Artist Keith Auerbach

I read all of the courses offered at the university each semester, and I kept selecting art history courses. This was the first hook. I fell in love with visual images, especially painting, sculpture and photography. The second hook was when I took a beginning photography course in the School of Journalism. The first time I put a white sheet of

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ROC Serves Great Veggie Options

In the heart of the Highlands, ROC creates authentic Italian cuisine with many ingredients imported from Italia. We were seated by the restaurant’s namesake, Rocco, who checked in with us several times throughout the evening. Between the made-from-scratch pastas, the layout of courses on the menu and the intimate setting, ROC feels like a little … Continued

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Grassa Gramma, Next Best To Dining In Italy

Pasta courses come piled high in huge portions. Spaghetti carbonara ($22) was fine, made with tender, fresh pasta tossed with egg yolk, grated Pecorino cheese, bits of pancetta and crispy pork cracklings and plenty of black pepper.

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Interpretive Political Dance

Governor, please don’t cancel liberal arts courses — how else will we learn the critical thinking skills needed to call you on your bullshit? By now, everyone pretty well knows, Gov. Matt Bevin doesn’t think highly of our public school systems and teachers. He recently exhorted public college presidents and boards to eliminate courses

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Milk Street’s Christopher Kimball Comes To Town

Christopher Kimball has been a multimedia cooking expert for decades. Back in the ‘80s, he revived and updated Cook’s Magazine for a new generation. Cook’s Magazine and its quasi-successor Cook’s Illustrated became models for serving readership a feast of content that de-emphasized the roles of advertisers in culinary periodicals. Then, he was the primary figure …

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Palatucci’s, Italian Flair With A Bronx Accent

Britney and Chef de Cuisine John Fields’ menu isn’t overly long, but it’s all Italian. In proper Italian form, it separates pasta dishes from main courses, assuming that you’ll be having a primi (“firsts”) pasta course before your secondi (“seconds”) entrée. If I …

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The Jäger Of The Future

They completed the courses, “graduated” and will celebrate their completion this week with a Jäger-sponsored shindig at Taj. “We’ll celebrate the graduates with an ice sculpture, a photographer, the mayor is declaring Tuesday [Feb. 18] Louisville Jägermeister Day, and the walking bridge will be lit up green and gold!” said Blackthorn.

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New Kentucky Laws Begin While Some Are Challenged

New Kentucky Laws Begin While Some Are Challenged. Nearly 200 bills were signed into law in Kentucky this year. Most took effect June 27, including one stripping the permit requirement for concealed carry. But others, the three anti-abortion bills, are either tied up in the court system or haven’t begun to make an impact at all.

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Best Of The Web: GoHo Provisions Embraces All Of The

Some claimed the Craft House failed because it “was too nice” for Germantown (insulting). That would certainly disregard a spot such as Eiderdown, which has become a neighborhood favorite for smart chef-driven, elevated main courses as well as a recently revamped menu of inexpensive traditional German tavern fare in a cozy, exposed-brick

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University Of Louisville Peacock: The Search For The Next

The upcoming selection of a new president for UofL reminds me of when George W. Bush’s eight years were up: America wanted the exact opposite of what it had. The search criteria for finding the next university president is pretty simple: likable, trustworthy, intellectual, a proven educator, inclusive, transparent … pretty much the opposite of … Continued

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Big Man On Campus

What a difference a Dieng makes. Gorgui Dieng is a 6-foot-10 freshman center from Senegal who, one fine day a couple weeks ago, was suddenly declared academically eligible to play basketball for the University of Louisville. Dieng reportedly scored high on college entrance examinations, speaks several languages and is the kind of student from overseas … Continued

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Guilty Or… Guilty

Photo of Corona golfers tells only half the story. Apr 02 2020. By LEO Weekly. It was a tempest in the 18th hole cup, a Corona Controversy that exposed a collective, mob mentality that is only deepening as we enter day number… who knows, of Unhealthy at Home. That widely circulated photo of golfers at a private, Prospect golf club unleashed

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Mayan Café: A Yucatan Twist On Veggie

To pair with early courses, Hope selected a verdejo ($12) and I, an albariño ($11). For starters, the black bean cakes ($9) and the guac and homemade chips ($8) won out over the sikil-pak pumpkin seed hummus ($8) and the kale salad with quinoa, jicama and candied pumpkin seeds ($9). The thin, lightly salted chips were perfect for a dip of the

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Response To The March 11 Cover Story ‘A Is For Adjunct

My source for the statement “approximately 70 percent of courses at UofL and JCTC are taught by adjunct faculty” was information presented at the teach-ins, including samples of gen ed courses from the 2014 fall semester. Because administrators, including Lisa Brosky, were present at the JCTC teach-in and did not ask questions or comment in

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A&E: The Mother Tongue

A&E: The mother tongue Keith Cook teaches the language of music to kids. Keith Cook: a violinist with the Louisville Orchestra, established the West Louisville Talent Education Center in 1997 Here he plays with Kevin Porter, a former student at the center who now mentors other students. photo by Kelly Mackey.

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Protesters In Arms: Guns As Plentiful At Protests As The

In a recent NBC News story about the Louisville protests, she told a reporter that she carries a Ruger 9mm and that she helped her daughter Brianna Wright purchase one, too. Drake, 44, is a stickler for responsible gun-ownership. Her partner also bought a gun recently, and they’ve taken training courses and regularly practice at a gun range.

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Thorns & Roses: The Worst, Best And Most Absurd

But, please, let’s save those city owned golf courses! Thorn: More Bike Lanes, Please. A scary, interactive piece in The New York Times underscored what we all know: We Louisvillians love to drive our carbon-spewing Chevy Climate Changers, Ford Fumers and Dodge Dust Bowls — a lot.

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Louisville’s Run On Guns, Ammo And Inside The Mind Of A

Inside The Mind Of A Coronavirus Gun Buyer. Keith Searcy was already planning on buying a gun. The 22-year-old New Albany resident has been shooting since he was a teenager and was saving to buy one this summer. Then, the novel coronavirus drove crowds to the grocery stores, and Searcy observed people acting, what he called, “irrational.”.

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The Good River: What Lurks Below The Ohio

He admits this wind makes fishing difficult. Usually, on the Ohio, one can expect a wind to blow east, north or south. But with the current already flowing west and the wind likewise blowing strongly in the same direction — a disruption caused by Hurricane Irma — the boat courses downstream rapidly.

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Mercato Brings Fine Italian Style To Norton Commons

Primi (first courses, usually pasta) and Secondi (second courses) are traditionally served in sequence at a fancy Italian meal, but given Mercato’s generous portions, one of either would feed one diner well, and a 14-inch “pizzetta” might be enough for two.

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даже я выпью за это чувство

It obviously wasn’t going well when Braidy started buying up golf courses and housing estates — without a serious injection of cash I’d bet the whole thing was going tits up. You can go back to talking Mockney now, by the way. You’ve made your point. What a tedious wanker you are. Anyway, it’ll all come out in the end.

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A Look Back At The Pioneers Of Kentucky's LGBTQ Movement

Prior to teaching courses in historic preservation and coordinating the department’s public history program, Vivian worked with the National Register of Historic Places program in Washington, D.C. “He acted as a kind of consultant for our team and …

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Educating For Equality: UofL School Of Medicine Leads

With open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act having just recently closed for 2017, many have healthcare at the forefront of their minds. For those in the queer community, once you have made it through the Labyrinth – insurance providers and Medicaid eligibility; bronze, gold, silver or platinum (are we talking Mariah Carey album sales … Continued

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Time Flies, Things Change And 211 Clover Lane Stays

Nine main courses, not counting daily specials, are $23 (for a wild-mushroom pasta) to $41 (for grilled filet mignon). This is not cheap eats, with most mains in the upper $20s and $30s, but it is good eats. Heintzman clearly doesn’t go for flash or culinary shock and awe but wins with good, honest food, prepared well and served with simple

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Dining Like An ‘Iron Chef’ Judge At 610 Magnolia

The appetizer courses were all right-on, artfully plated (just as they are on “Iron Chef”) and showing the unexpected, creative combinations of flavors that seem to be Lee’s trademark. Four or five spot prawns — sweet, delicate Alaskan shrimp — swam in a pool of delicate banana froth, blending flavors with al dente grains of pumpkin

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ART EPIPHANIES: How A Mother Reconnected With

Mary Illback is now a violin teacher.: Photo courtesy of Mary Illback In the early 1960s, when I was a seventh grader struggling to learn to play the violin in my beginning orchestra class in the public school in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., the conductor brought in a newspaper article. A photo showed his grown-up daughter … Continued

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Actors Theatre Lighting Supervisor Pens Book, Looks

Actors Theatre Lighting Supervisor Pens Book, Looks Forward to Theater’s Return. Feb 24 2021. By Erica Rucker. Jason Weber was, like most of us, going about his business as the lighting supervisor at Actors Theatre of Louisville when COVID happened. “We were in the beginning of the Humana Festival, and we had opened the first show and were

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