Equine Art Is A Sure Bet For Louisville Art Scene In May

Equine Art Is A Sure Bet For Louisville Art Scene In May

David McGuire said it’s been a rough few months for Craft — his art gallery in downtown Louisville.

“Of course, Kentucky — the winters are brutal,” McGuire said. “Especially in the gallery and the retail world. After Christmas, it’s pretty

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JCPS Superintendent Says District’s Corrective Action Plan Is ‘On Track’

JCPS Superintendent Says District’s Corrective Action Plan Is ‘On Track’

Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent Marty Pollio says the district is “on track” to meet the requirements of its Corrective Action Plan by 2020, when the Kentucky Department of Education will conduct another audit of the district.   

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Mayors Fischer And Landrieu Discuss Symbols Of Systemic Racism, Monuments

Mayors Fischer And Landrieu Discuss Symbols Of Systemic Racism, Monuments

All across the South, cities — including Louisville — have been grappling with finding appropriate ways to deal with monuments to the Confederacy.

On Wednesday night, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer spoke with former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu at the …

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U of L Extends Agreement With Jewish Hospital As It Explores Potential Partner For Acquisition

U of L Extends Agreement With Jewish Hospital As It Explores Potential Partner For Acquisition

The University of Louisville is extending its agreement with the company that owns Jewish Hospital for another 90 days, while it works to figure out how to move forward.

Jewish Hospital, as well as the Frazier Rehab Institute and other …

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