“I’m not really average,” acknowledges Franey Miller, the 18-year-old photographer. “I’m always working — whether it be planning shoots, getting up at 5 a.m.
At La Casita, they try not to use words like “serve” and “help” to describe their interactions with the city’s Hispanic/Latino communities.
Letters to the Editor
Helen’s Got Balls
Political leaders look to transition eastern Kentucky’s economy as coal declines
More than 1,700 people packed into the Pikeville Expo Center last Monday for the Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Summit, a day-long conference designed to explore ways to diversify and
That Dude on Twitter
When his Texan friend seemed unenthused about Louisville after moving here, Jason W. Spencer campaigned for his hometown. The food scene! The history! The art! The museums!
In 2004, when a detective was found not guilty of murder, manslaughter and reckless homicide after he shot and killed a 19-year-old black kid during an undercover drug bust, racial tensions were hi
Most people are abstractly aware that inequity exists in the education system; they’ve seen shocking statistics about the differences in graduation rates among whites vs.
A working vacation for Louisville, with an eye to basketball battles to come
It’s December. Do you know where your basketball team is?
Remembering a year that should have been better
As Kentucky Proud product Abe Lincoln once said, “He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help.” Our annual December remembrance of the hacks, hypocrites and hams who have