Seedy K’s almost annual ABCs of the NCAA tournament
Automatic Bids: They go to winners of conference tournaments, except the Ivy League, which doesn’t conduct one.
Dominant defense, deep bench lead Louisville to a No. 1 overall seed in NCAA tournament
Before examining the 75th NCAA basketball tournament, let’s take a look at Louisville — a clear top-tier school with a big chance to grab the 2013 NCAA crown — and a te
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Meet three of Kentucky’s most intriguing distillers
Talking about flavor profiles with a master distiller can make you almost as hungry as it does thirsty.
A crop of expungement bills stirs debate among local officials
A handful of bills circulating in Frankfort that would ease state limitations on record expungements for convicted criminals has provoked political posturing among city leaders regarding the extent
Kentucky passed over for NCAA tourney, headed instead to the NIT
In 1970, Al McGuire and his Marquette Golden Eagles told the NCAA tournament selection committee to shove it and chose instead to play in the NIT.
Opponents fear ‘religious freedom’ bill will undermine LGBT fairness ordinances and allow discrimination
The Kentucky state Senate followed the suit of their opposite chamber late Thursday night by overwhelmingly passing House Bill 279 — labeled by supporters as the “religious freedom&rdqu
A look at Kentucky’s bourbon tourism industry, from the current boom to the challenges that remain
Sometimes,” wrote Mark Twain, “too much to drink is never enough.”
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Facts, rumors and political innuendo
A new work group recently assembled by Metro Council President Jim King will soon begin a series of meetings to tackle reform of Neighborhood Development Funds