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          Woman ticketed for driving car on U.S. 36 bike path between Boulder and Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Boulder County sheriff's deputy ticketed a 58-year-old woman Monday after catching her driving her car on the paved bike path alongside the Boulder-bound lanes of U.S. 36 on Davidson Mesa.
          Forecastle Fest 2018 Lineup Preview      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A preview of the finely curated lineup of Louisville’s Forecastle Fest
          July 10, 2018: Hour 1      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, if confirmed, should recuse himself from cases involving investigations of President Trump, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson. Also, in April 2014, Flint, Michigan, changed its water source and residents were exposed to high levels of lead and other pollutants. Reporter Anna Clark writes about the factors that led to the crisis in her new book "The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and The American Urban Tragedy." And a law professor at the University of Louisville who clerked for both Kavanaugh and Justice Anthony Kennedy joins us to react to the 53-year-old judge's nomination to the Supreme Court. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's July 10, 2018 full broadcast.
          Comment on Reds at Indians – July 10, 2018 by Bill      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It's time for Romano to take a trip to Louisville
          Police: Man who discharged weapon inside southern Indiana hospital arrested      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Avalos is currently incarcerated in Louisville while he awaits extradition to Indiana, on preliminary alleged charges of criminal recklessness and pointing a firearm. 
          David Olney - New Album This Side Or The Other - Out August 24      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   



THIS SIDE OR THE OTHER

Black Hen Music, Release Date: August 24, 2018



David Olney’s New Album Examines The Shadowy Situations Up And Around Walls, Over Borders and Asks For Open Hearts

Nashville, TN – One listen to the brand-new album, “This Side or The Other,” and you’ll know David Olney is a man familiar with the wandering life and yearning heart of a poet. After more than 30 years in music, he’s had as many incarnations as you can imagine. His resume has expanded to include acting, poetry and a popular weekly stream cast. All of this adds to Olney’s strength as a songwriter’s songwriter, and one of Nashville’s founding fathers of Americana music.  

While “This Side or The Other” is not a concept album, there are some recurring themes. The frequent reference to walls in these songs – walls being built and tumbling down – will suggest that while Olney has encountered more than his own share of walls, he is still trying his best to understand them.  

“I wanted to explore the idea of walls,” says Olney, “What does a wall mean? What does it mean to be an immigrant who comes upon that wall as a wanderer, someone lost and alone?” 

A wall in a song can be the symbolic blockage from one place to another or the flat finality of something coming to an end. In life as in art, Olney has scaled walls and torn them down. Yet, it’s not his own path he is particularly interested in exploring. David Olney has always been an observer, a student, and writer of life for as long as he could hold a pen.  

“I’m not comfortable writing about my own dirty laundry,” says Olney, “It’s better for me to look at characters and what they might be going through. When I write about the heavy stuff of life, it’s usually while I’m in someone else’s shoes.”  

“This Side or The Other” contains solid musicianship as good as anything Nashville has to offer, and a stark, moody production by Juno Award-winning producer Steve Dawson.  

“I look for a producer I can be relaxed around," Olney says, “And I really wanted to work with Steve on this record. And while I knew he was a good producer, I had no idea what a terrific musician he was until I had him play guitar on ‘Death Will Not Divide Us.’ He did a beautiful job.” 

The other musicians on “This Side or The Other” are Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Charlie McCoy, The McCrary Sisters, Fats Kaplin, Anne McCue and Olney’s regular band: Daniel Seymour on bass, Ward Stout on fiddle and Justin Amaral on drums.  

The ten songs on “This Side or The Other” have been compiled from new and old writings, as well as a few collaborations with friends. Olney says he enjoys collaborating. “Annie McCue and John Hadley cowrote the title song, ‘This Side or The Other’ with me. It’s currently my favorite song.” 

In “Stand Tall,” a song Olney’s been writing on-and-off for 25 years, he admits “I’m never going to change the way I am” – a sentiment that will gratify his longtime fans from all over the world, who like him just the way he is and only want more of the same.  

“Breaking out of your comfort zone,” admits Olney, “can lead to certain encounters with banana peels, but that’s the chance you have to take to get songs and performances with a certain edge. I tend to stay on the margin of the page. I’m always looking for that ‘otherness,’ staying a bit off center.” 

The sweetest song on the album, a plaintive love song called “Open Your Heart (And Let Me In),” is one-part plea and one part indictment of a would-be lover who’s missing the chance for real love.  

Olney’s last track is a rootsy cover of The Zombies’ 1965 hit, “She’s Not There.” It’s a delicious reminder that everything David Olney touches gets infused with a rare blend of dark chocolate. Despite it being the cover of a popular song, we hear words we’ve never heard in the same way before.  

But David Olney knows words. He knows what they can do, and when paired with a bitter/sweet melody, they can take on a life of their own.  

And maybe they can even tear down walls. 



David Olney Tour Dates:

June 22                              Moccasin Creek Festival                               Effingham, IL

June 23                              Lettersong Gallery                                         Louisville, KY

June 24                              Players Pub                                                    Bloomington, IN

June 30                              Private Event                                                 Mt. Juliet, TN

Aug. 17                              Pearl Street Warehouse                               Washington, D.C.

Aug. 18                              Empire State Railway Museum                    Phoenicia, NY

Sept. 15                             AmericanaFest hatWRKS Happenin’           Nashville, TN

Sept. 20                             EOP: Red Clay Music Foundry                      Duluth, GA

Oct. 12                               Musiekpodium Bakkeveen                           Bakkeveen - The Netherlands

Oct. 13                               In The Woods Lage                                       Vuursche - The Netherlands

Oct. 14                               Foundation Museum & Sculpture Garden Grootschermer – The Netherlands

Oct. 16                               Folk in de Walden                                         Oentsjerk – The Netherlands

Oct. 17                               Sociëteit Engels                                             The Hague – The Netherlands

Oct. 19                               Jozef Theather                                               Volendam – The Netherlands

Oct. 20                               Ramblin’ Roots Festival                                Utrecht – The Netherlands

Oct. 21                               De Oude Veiling                                             Aalsmeer – The Netherlands

Oct. 22                               Meneer Frits                                                  Eindhoven – The Netherlands

Oct. 23                               De Schalm                                                      Westwoud – The Netherlands





          Woman ticketed for driving car on U.S. 36 bike path between Boulder and Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Boulder County sheriff's deputy ticketed a 58-year-old woman Monday after catching her driving her car on the paved bike path alongside the Boulder-bound lanes of U.S. 36 on Davidson Mesa.
          Warriors Have Signed Steph Curry’s Brother-In-Law To A Free Agent Contract      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

It will be a family affair with the Golden State Warriors next season. Steph Curry will have a chance to play with his brother-in-law. Former Louisville guard Damion Lee is engaged to Curry’s sister Sydel. Lee played in 15 games with the Atlanta Hawks this past season, and he’s joining the Warriors organization now. According […]

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          Industrial Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IA-Monticello, Superior Group has partnered with our client in a search for an experienced Industrial Sales Engineer for their office in Monticello, IA for a Permanent Employment Opportunity. Note: This position could potentially be located in Monticello, IA, Topeka,KS, or Louisville, MS. Relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates! POSITION SUMMARY The Sales Engineer is responsible for assisting
          Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - Haunted Houses of Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Do you believe in ghosts? Almost half the population thinks some unexplained ‘spooky’ things do happen. To explore this phenomena in Louisville architect Steve Wiser spotlights some of the best known ghost-related occurrences in the metro region. And, he not only talks about the ghosts that haunt these places, but also the history behind the locations. So, even though you might not believe in ghosts, you will still enjoy learning about all the fascinating heritage of Louisville. This talk will be informative on both the known – and unknown - history of Louisville!
          Pregnant women in Commonwealth to be tested for Hepatitis C - WLKY Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Pregnant women in Commonwealth to be tested for Hepatitis C
WLKY Louisville
A Hepatitis C test is a few hundred dollars, while a liver transplant can be several hundred thousand. As part of the law, if an expecting mom tests positive, the baby will also be tested by age two. Rep. Julie Raque Adams, of Louisville, sponsored the ...


          Members of 2012, 2013 Louisville teams to file lawsuit against NCAA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As part of the punishment for the escort scandal, the NCAA vacated the Cardinals' 2012 Final Four run and 2013 national title.
          Trump Names Religious Liberty ‘Warrior’ Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

webRNS Brett Kavanaugh4 070918(RNS) — President Trump has nominated U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be his Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, setting the stage for a heated confirmation battle that will likely focus on his views regarding both law and religion.

(RNS) — President Trump has nominated U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be his Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, setting the stage for a heated confirmation battle that will likely focus on his views regarding both law and religion.

Trump made the announcement from the White House on Monday evening (July 9) after keeping observers guessing for several days.

“Judge Kavanaugh has impeccable credentials, unsurpassed qualifications, and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law,” Trump said, as Kavanaugh stood nearby with his wife and children. “He is a brilliant jurist with a clear and effective writing style universally regarded as one of the finest and sharpest legal minds of our time.”

President Trump greets Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his Supreme Court nominee, in the East Room of the White House on July 9, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)President Trump greets Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his Supreme Court nominee, in the East Room of the White House on July 9, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)When Kavanaugh spoke soon after, he was quick to talk about his faith.

"I am part of the vibrant Catholic community in the D.C. area," Kavanaugh said, after mentioning his Jesuit high school. "The members of that community disagree on many things, but we are united by a commitment to serve."

Kavanaugh, who once clerked for Kennedy, has built a high-profile career tailor-made to please many stalwart conservatives: He helped author the Starr Report on then-President Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky, represented Cuban child Elian Gonzalez pro bono to keep him from returning to the island nation, and was a lawyer with the George W. Bush campaign during the Florida recount.

But since being appointed to the District Columbia Circuit of the Court of Appeals, Kavanaugh has also issued rulings that speak directly to hot-button issues among people of faith, such as abortion and religious liberty.

“He’s going to move the court to the right of the man who he clerked for,” said Micah Schwartzman, a University of Virginia School of Law professor who specializes in religion and the U.S. Constitution. He noted that the most lasting impact of Kavanaugh’s appointment may be how it reshuffles the calculus of the court, saying that confirming him will make it “more likely Chief Justice John Roberts will be the swing vote.”

Many have noted Kavanaugh's dissent in Garza v. Hargan, when the court allowed an undocumented teenager who had crossed the border from from Mexico into Texas as an unaccompanied minor to get an abortion while residing at a government-funded shelter. He argued the 2017 ruling was “ultimately based on a constitutional principle as novel as it is wrong: a new right for unlawful immigrant minors in U.S. government detention to obtain immediate abortion on demand.”

In this June 1, 2006, file photo, from left to right, President Bush watches the swearing-in of Brett Kavanaugh as judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, far right, during a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House, in Washington. Holding the Bible is Kavanaugh’s wife, Ashley Kavanaugh. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)In this June 1, 2006, file photo, from left to right, President Bush watches the swearing-in of Brett Kavanaugh as judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, far right, during a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House, in Washington. Holding the Bible is Kavanaugh’s wife, Ashley Kavanaugh. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)Kavanaugh also wrote a lengthy dissent in another case when the court declined to take up a case brought by a group of priests who objected to the Obama administration’s rules regarding contraceptive coverage.

Some conservative observers, however, felt that his dissent wasn’t, well, conservative enough. David French at the National Review argued last week that Kavanaugh erred by purportedly suggesting the government has a compelling interest to provide contraception to a religious organization that opposes it.

“While the government may well deem that contraceptives provide many general benefits (and Kavanaugh outlines those benefits in his opinion), that is not the same thing as holding that those general benefits are sufficiently compelling as applied to the employees of a small religious nonprofit,” French wrote.

But in another National Review piece, Justin Walker — assistant professor at the University of Louisville Brandeis Law School and former clerk of both Kennedy and Kavanaugh — argued the D.C. circuit judge is ultimately a “warrior for religious liberty.”

Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 26, 2004.  (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 26, 2004. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)Responding to an article in the conservative publication The Federalist critical of Kavanaugh, Walker noted that Kavanaugh chaired the Federalist Society’s Religious Liberty practice group in the 1990s, offered pro bono work for “cases defending religious freedom,” and “represented a synagogue pro bono in a local zoning dispute.” The image posted above the article is one of Kavanaugh shaking hands with Pope John Paul II.

"Judge Kavanaugh believes his job is to apply the law objectively, without regard to his personal views," Walker said in an email to Religion News Service. "Part of applying the law objectively includes applying the Constitution. He also understands that our founders believed deeply in religious liberty, and that the Constitution they wrote protects the free exercise of religion."

Kavanaugh also reportedly volunteered his time on a Supreme Court religious liberty case with Kelly Shackelford, president and CEO of First Liberty Institute, and Jay Sekulow, one of Trump’s lawyers who has long opposed the portion of the IRS tax code that bars nonprofits from endorsing candidates for office.

A First Liberty Institute representative confirmed to RNS that the 2000 case was Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe, where the court ruled that a policy allowing student-led, student-initiated prayer at high school football games violated the establishment clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.


          Big Blend Radio: Street Photographer and Actor Norman Bush      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
After serving in the United States Air Force between 1952-1956, Norman Bush left his hometown of Louisville, KY, to follow his dream of being an actor. He moved to New York and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts alongside classmates like Robert Redford, and went on to enjoy a 50-year career as an actor in stage, television and film productions in the US and abroad. His attraction to wall collages prompted him to purchase an old Leica 3B camera in early in 1965, which led to years of archiving wall-scapes throughout Manhattan. Norman Bush joins hosts Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith on Big Blend Radio, to discuss his career as an actor, and his street photography that documents over 50 years of history through images of bill postings, notices and playbills that were plastered on buildings throughout NYC. Featured music on this episo
          WAVE 3 News Editorial - July 10, 2018: Topgolf      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oxmoor Center in Louisville generates millions in tax revenue each year for Louisville and has for decades. Oxmoor Mall is the centerpiece of it and the mall has been looking for a tenant to replace the vacated Sears department store and parking lot. They found one in Topgolf, an attraction in neighboring communities in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Nashville, and throughout the country in more than 40 cities.
          September 7 - Frederick The Younger      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Frederick The Younger
Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, singer and multi-instrumentalist Jenni Cochran grew up loving music. As far back as third grade, Cochran had a fire to write songs. After returning to the USA after working in Vietnam for a few years, she met Aaron Craker who was performing with his band Dr. Vitamin.

Aaron learned to play guitar and keyboard at an early age. The two immediately hit it off and Jenni started performing with Dr. Vitamin around Louisville, KY.

The rest was history. They spent time together. They wrote more songs, eventually coming out with their first full length record in 2017 under the name Frederick the Younger. The band is their bond, formed on rock and roll through the lens of psychedelic garage pop and soulful vocals, a tinge of Broadcast mixed with Dr. Dog and The Beatles.

There is an earnestness to their newest songs on a forthcoming, yet to be titled album, that rings true - the kind of sincerity born from experience. These songs feel alive and well-lived, tragic, nostalgic, beautiful, and contemplative, all with a solid hook. Frederick the Younger will haunt your memories, lodging themselves into your brain and refusing to let go. They will hold your hand and dance, and talk to you afterwards. These are the friends you didn't know you had, singing to you in the dark, and guiding you to the light.
          Dialogue Starters Announced for Upcoming Arena Civil Dialogues      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater will continue to host Arena Civil Dialogues to engage the D.C.-area community. Scholar, professor and peacebuilder Amitai Etzioni will moderate a series of discussions focusing on topics and questions in today's headlines, the next topic will focus on the increased presence of robots and technology use. The next Arena Civil Dialogue will be held in the Molly Smith Study at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater from 5:30-7 p.m. on August 12, 2018.

Arena Civil Dialogues will bring together Dialogue Starters with an expertise on the evening's topic, and the conversation on August 12 will discuss what happens to modern society with the addition of technology and robots. The Dialogue Starters that evening will include Jared Bernstein, Senior Fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; Molly Kinder, Senior Adviser, Work, Workers & Technology, New America; Ben Shneiderman, University Professor of Computer Science, University of Maryland; Mary Wareham, Advocacy Director of the Arms Division, Human Rights Watch; ; and Roman V. Yampolskiy, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science, University of Louisville.

Upcoming schedule
Sunday, August 12: The robots are coming
Will robots continue to take more of our jobs? Will they out smart us? Can they start wars?

Sunday, September 16: No deplorables here; how to understand each other
A dialogue between Trump supporters and opponents.

Sunday, October 14: Exploring well-being in a digital world
In the digital age, does constant technology connection undermine our well-being? How can we use technology to improve our overall health? Can we prevent cyberbullying and online hate speech?

Sunday, November 11: What makes a great America?
Who decides what makes America great? What are the alternate views of what makes a great America, at home and in a global sense? Can America still call itself a global leader?

There will be a reception before the discussion, starting at 5 p.m. in the Lower Lobby. Due to space limitations, registration is required but there is no admission fee.

For more information and to register for future Arena Civil Dialogues, visit: www.arenastage.org/civildialogues

The November 11, 2018 Arena Civil Dialogues will discuss the question: What makes a great America? Joining the Dialogue Starters for this event will be Pulitzer Prize Award-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar, whose play Junk will run at Arena Stage from April 5 - May 5, 2019. He will be a part of the dialogue that explores: who decides what makes America great? What are the alternate views of what makes a great America, at home and in a global sense? Can America still call itself a global leader? Additional Dialogue Starters for this discussion will be announced at a later date.

Ayad Akhtar is the author of Junk (Lincoln Center, Broadway; 2018 Kennedy Prize for American Drama); Disgraced (Lincoln Center, Broadway; Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Tony nomination); The Who & The What (Lincoln Center); and The Invisible Hand (Obie Award, Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award, Olivier and Evening Standard nominations). As a novelist, he is the author of American Dervish (Little, Brown & Co.) published in over 20 languages. Recipient of an Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the 2017 Steinberg Playwriting Award, as well as fellowships from the American Academy in Rome, MacDowell, The Sundance Institute, and Yaddo, where he serves as a Board Director. Board Trustee at PEN/America and New York Theatre Workshop.

August 12 Dialogue Starter Biographies
Amitai Etzioni (moderator), University Professor and Professor of International Relations at The George Washington University. He served as a Senior Advisor at the Carter White House; taught at Columbia University, Harvard University, and University of California at Berkeley; and served as president of the American Sociological Association (ASA). A study by Richard Posner ranked him among the top 100 American intellectuals. Etzioni is the author of many books, including The Limits of Privacy (1999) and Privacy in a Cyber Age (2015). His most recent book, Happiness is the Wrong Metric: A Liberal Communitarian Response to Populism, was published by Springer in January 2018.

Jared Bernstein joined the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in May 2011 as a Senior Fellow. From 2009 to 2011, Bernstein was the Chief Economist and Economic Adviser to Vice President Joe Biden, Executive Director of the White House Task Force on the Middle Class and a member of President Obama's economic team. Prior to joining the Obama administration, Bernstein was a senior economist and the director of the Living Standards Program at the Economic Policy Institute, and between 1995 and 1996, he held the post of Deputy Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Labor. Bernstein holds a PhD in Social Welfare from Columbia University and is the author and coauthor of numerous books including The Reconnection Agenda: Reuniting Growth and Prosperity. Bernstein has published extensively in various venues, including The New York Times, Washington Post and The American Prospect. He is an on-air commentator for the cable station CNBC and a contributor to The Washington Post's PostEverything blog.

Molly Kinder is a Senior Adviser on Work, Workers and Technology at New America. She is also a research fellow and adjunct faculty at Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy, where she teaches a graduate policy seminar on the social, policy and economic implications of Artificial Intelligence. Previously, Kinder was co-founder and vice president of a $200 million social impact fund and served in the Obama administration as a director in a new innovation program. She directed a Pakistan initiative at the Center for Global Development and co-authored the center's best-selling book. Kinder worked overseas in Liberia, India and Pakistan and holds a master's degree in public administration in international development from the Harvard Kennedy School.

Ben Shneiderman is a Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Computer Science, Founding Director (1983-2000) of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory and a Member of the UM Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS) at the University of Maryland. He is a Fellow of the AAAS, ACM, IEEE and NAI, and a Member of the National Academy of Engineering, in recognition of his pioneering contributions to human-computer interaction and information visualization. His widely-used contributions include the clickable highlighted weblinks, high-precision touchscreen keyboards for mobile devices and tagging for photos. Shneiderman's advanced work on information visualization includes dynamic query sliders for Spotfire, development of treemaps for hierarchical data, novel network visualizations for NodeXL and event sequence analysis for electronic health records. Ben wrote The New ABCs of Research: Achieving Breakthrough Collaborations, Designing the User Interface: Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction, and his Leonardo's Laptop: Human Needs the New Computing Technologies won the IEEE book award for Distinguished Literary Contribution.

Mary Wareham is advocacy director of the Arms Division, where she leads Human Rights Watch's advocacy against particularly problematic weapons that pose a significant threat to civilians. She is also serving as the global coordinator of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. From 2006 to 2008, Wareham served as advocacy director for Oxfam New Zealand, leading its efforts to secure an arms trade treaty and the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions. From 1998 to 2006, Wareham was senior advocate for the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch and was responsible for global coordination of the Landmine Monitor research initiative, which verifies compliance and implementation of the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty. From 1996 to 1997, Wareham worked for the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, assisting Jody Williams in coordinating the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize together with Williams. Wareham worked as a researcher for the New Zealand parliament from 1995 to 1996 after receiving bachelor's and master's degrees in political science from Victoria University of Wellington.

Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy is a Tenured Associate Professor in the department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville. He is the founding and current director of the Cyber Security Lab.During his tenure at UofL, Dr. Yampolskiy has been recognized as Distinguished Teaching Professor, Professor of the Year, Faculty Favorite, Top 4 Faculty, Leader in Engineering Education, Top 10 of Online College Professor of the Year and Outstanding Early Career in Education award winner. He is a Senior member of IEEE and AGI, Member of Kentucky Academy of Science and Research Advisor for MIRI and Associate of GCRI. Yampolskiy holds a PhD from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University at Buffalo. He was a recipient of a four year National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship fellowship. Before beginning his doctoral studies Dr. Yampolskiy received a BS/MS (High Honors) combined degree in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology. After completing his PhD dissertation, he held a position of an Affiliate Academic at the Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University of London, College of London. He had previously conducted research at the Laboratory for Applied Computing at the Rochester Institute of Technology and at the Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors at the University at Buffalo. Dr. Yampolskiy is an alumnus of Singularity University and a Visiting Fellow of the Singularity Institute (Machine Intelligence Research Institute). Dr. Yampolskiy is an author of over 100 publications including multiple journal articles and books, including Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach.

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, under the leadership of Artistic Director Molly Smith and Executive Director Edgar Dobie, is a national center dedicated to American voices and artists. Arena Stage produces plays of all that is passionate, profound, deep and dangerous in the American spirit, and presents diverse and ground-breaking work from some of the best artists around the country. Arena Stage is committed to commissioning and developing new plays and impacts the lives of over 10,000 students annually through its work in community engagement. Now in its seventh decade, Arena Stage serves a diverse annual audience of more than 300,000. arenastage.org


          Comment on Kentucky Derby Center Piece Design Idea – Louisville At Home – Derby Art Gifts by Manic Mark      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I love this year's Kentucky Derby Poster! You rock!
          Medical Specialist - Oncology - Louisville/Cincinnati - Regeneron - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
All resumes submitted by search firms/employment agencies to any employee at Regeneron via-email, the internet or in any form and/or method will be deemed the...
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          Telecommute Hunt and Fish Help Desk Agent in Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A computer software company is seeking a Telecommute Hunt and Fish Help Desk Agent in Louisville. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Providing troubleshooting, identifying problems, researching answers, and guiding users Utilizing real-time case tracking software to create, update and escalate cases Documenting, analyzing, and reporting daily Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Technology background or strong personal interest in technology Have a willingness to help and a customer-friendly attitude Team orientated with a strong work ethic, initiative, and work efficiency Ability to change priority, go from task to task quickly and efficiently Pride in attendance and punctuality Must be at least 18 years of age
          CAD Design Engineer (KY/LB/27936)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Are you passionate and enthusiastic about a career in the Automotive, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Chemical or Electronics/Semi-Conductor industries? Activ8 Recruitment & Solutions is an international recruiting firm with offices throughout the U.S., Canada and Japan. Our services are based on the needs of our clients and we connect them with qualified candidates in these fields. We take the time
          Industrial Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IA-Monticello, Superior Group has partnered with our client in a search for an experienced Industrial Sales Engineer for their office in Monticello, IA for a Permanent Employment Opportunity. Note: This position could potentially be located in Monticello, IA, Topeka,KS, or Louisville, MS. Relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates! POSITION SUMMARY The Sales Engineer is responsible for assisting
          LPN - (1st/3rd) Contracts Full-Time - CareerStaff Unlimited - Louisville, KY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BENEFITS OF READYNURSE STAFFING SERVICES:. Here at ReadyNurse, we are hiring a qualified Licensed Practical Nurse for a permanent full-time position at a well... $22 - $28 an hour
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          Chris Van Heerden vs. Fredrick Lawson on Aug.25 at Jose Sulaiman World Invitational Tournament      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Evander Holyfield’s The Real Deal Sports and Entertainment and Lee Baxter Promotions in association with Louisville Top Knotch and the World Boxing Council, are proud to announce that the semi-final round of The Jose Sulaiman World Invitational Tournament will take […]

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          Breaking Down UNC's Chances With Top Frontcourt Recruits      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
North Carolina is a strong contender for Matthew Hurt, but Kansas, Minnesota, Duke, Kentucky and Louisville are heavily in the mix, too. UNC's best chance might be with Armando Bacot. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl is high on the Tar Heels but Kansas will be tough to beat. UCLA looks like the leader for Will Baker, but don't underestimate UNC's chances with Vernon Carey.
          Worker Cooperatives Are Finding Investors Who Share Their Values      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Members of the roasting, production and QC teams at Equal Exchange's roasting facility in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. (Credit: Equal Exchange via Facebook)

You may know Equal Exchange by the food company’s signature bright red logo on its coffee, tea, or chocolate bars. You may know they sell only certified fair-trade products, ensuring just compensation paid to farmers and their workers in countries all over the world. You may even know the company currently earns around $70 million a year in revenues, and has around 150 employees. But did you also know the company is a worker cooperative?

In the 1980s, Equal Exchange’s three co-founders were working in the food industry, but not enthusiastic about the conventional business models they found across the sector, which were based primarily on a “race to the bottom,” cutting costs wherever possible to increase shareholder profits. That usually meant companies paid the bare minimum to workers along the global supply chain — farmers, truck and forklift drivers, packaging machine operators, coffee roaster operators, warehouse staff and others. Equal Exchange’s co-founders came together to form the company in the late 1980s, setting out to prove a point: that you could be a successful, even a profitable company and not treat your workers, suppliers, and other stakeholders like cogs in the money-making machine. You could pay everyone fairly, even give workers ownership and control of the company, and have cash left over to repay investors.

Being a worker cooperative means every worker has an equal say and an equal ownership share in the company. It doesn’t mean every worker has to vote on every day-to-day decision within the business. But on major decisions, this structure helps to guard against making drastic changes such as sacrificing wages and benefits for the sake of profits or shutting down their existing roasting facility and moving it hundreds or thousands of miles away.

For those and other reasons, a growing number of cities from New York City to Cleveland to Rochester to Madison have been exploring worker cooperatives; the goal is to create jobs with better pay and benefits and to support companies that won’t threaten to shift those jobs to other countries or even other parts of the United States.

But access to capital remains a major barrier for most worker cooperatives to achieve their potential to grow and scale to the point where they can influence others in their cities and sectors to change practices and possibly incorporate as or convert to worker cooperative ownership structures. Equal Exchange is one of the few worker cooperatives that has raised a significant amount of capital from investors. They have moved beyond setting an example for how to court investors as a worker cooperative; they’ve directly supported other worker cooperatives to learn how to raise capital and have even connected others to their established network of around 600 investors.

At Equal Exchange’s headquarters, just outside the city of Brockton, Massachusetts — home to office supplier W.B. Mason, and boxers Rocky Marciano and “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler — you’ll find forklift drivers, packing machines and operators, coffee roasters, coffee tasters, and office staff. You may also find Daniel Fireside, who, as capital coordinator, manages the company’s investor relationships.

“I have to explain what my job is a lot, even inside the company,” says Fireside. “When I was hired, I was told different people who’ve had the job [before me] have had different titles, like director of investor relations. I decided to keep capital coordinator, because I think it’s more reflective of what the job is, and [the title is] unusual enough that it often starts a conversation.”

Since the company’s founding, Equal Exchange has raised more than $16 million in capital from outside investors, about half of that since hiring Fireside in 2010. Coming from the cooperative world, he had to learn the investment world. In some ways, managing and cultivating investor relationships for a worker cooperative is the same as doing so for a conventional business — for example, frequent travel to places where current or likely investors are likely to gather; it’s why Fireside spends so much of his working life out of the office.

While the company isn’t publicly traded on the stock market, it does utilize a legal framework under U.S. securities laws (known as the 506 exemption of Regulation D of the Securities and Exchange Act) to sell ownership shares to investors during occasional periods known as private offerings. Unlike standard ownership shares, however, these shares don’t come with any rights to vote or otherwise exert control over the business.

When Equal Exchange decides to have an offering, it’s Fireside’s role to make sure investors are in place, ready to sign checks as soon as possible. You can’t just call someone who expressed interest five years ago and hope they’re in position to make an investment.

“A lot of it is networking,” says Fireside. “I’m selling our stock even when we don’t have an offering. My job is to make sure the capital is available. Whatever plans management has, I don’t want access to affordable capital to be an obstacle.”

The last time Equal Exchange made an offering to investors was a one-year period from 2014 into 2015, and the company raised $4.1 million. It was Equal Exchange’s largest offering ever, and to date remains the largest private offering by any worker cooperative in the United States.

Fireside doesn’t do this all by himself. It’s not only logistically infeasible — investors hail from 36 states plus the District of Columbia — but the legal costs associated with a company marketing directly to most investors would be exorbitant. Instead, Fireside works with partners to raise the capital, partners such Andy Loving, a Louisville, Kentucky-based financial advisor with Natural Investments LLC. When Fireside has an offering for investors, he calls up Loving and a few other financial advisors at Natural Investments and other firms, and gives them each a target dollar amount to raise. Natural Investments doesn’t charge Equal Exchange a penny for the service it provides.

“I’ve been doing this for 25 years now,” says Loving. “I’m an old social activist mostly among more progressive church folk. I tell people when I was a little bit younger I tried to create social change by organizing people, and I decided I’d give a try to organize money.”

Loving’s clients are the people with money to invest. They come from a variety of backgrounds, he says, including folks who have worked in government for many years. Some have inherited money, some are fellow social activists, environmentalists, lawyers, even social workers. His clients aren’t the super-wealthy; most hover between $1 million and $2 million in net worth, and they come from 25 states and counting.

(Credit: Equal Exchange via Facebook)

A net-worth of $1 million is an important threshold under the Securities and Exchange Act. Unlike with the stock market, in a private offering, the law says companies can only sell shares to up to 35 investors who have a net-worth less than $1 million. But companies can sell shares to an unlimited number of investors with a net-worth of at least $1 million. It’s a measure meant to protect less wealthy investors from being scammed, although some — including Fireside — believe it’s worth exploring meaningful ways to expand that unlimited pool to include less wealthy investors.

What ties all of them together, what brings clients to Loving and financial advisory firms such as Natural Investments in the first place, is the desire to invest in ways that link some type of social returns — creating living wage jobs, advancing clean energy and investing in historically under-invested communities — to financial returns.

Twenty-five years ago, when Loving first got into financial advising, he worked with a few investors who only cared about maximizing financial return. (“Because I wanted to do things like eat,” he says.) Nowadays, he has more than enough clients to keep him busy (and fed) by investing only in opportunities such as Equal Exchange.

Instead of charging companies like Equal Exchange for raising capital, Loving’s clients pay Natural Investments an annual fee equal to one percent of the assets that fall under the firm’s management. The firm currently has around $500 million in assets under management. Of that, around $90 million comes from Loving’s clients. Loving says around 70 of those clients have invested in Equal Exchange. Other Natural Investments advisors also have clients invested in Equal Exchange.

“As a financial advisor, my fiduciary responsibility is first to my clients,” Loving explains. That means meeting his clients’ financial expectations, which includes not losing any money; but as with most investors, Loving’s clients want to at least beat inflation and grow the value of their assets over time, for the sake of retirement or passing along wealth to the next generation. Beyond that, Loving’s clients aren’t as interested in how fast their assets grow as they are in the social returns of those investments, a philosophy that makes sense from Equal Exchange’s perspective.

“One of the things Equal Exchange always wanted, and why they wanted to work with us, was they wanted values-aligned investors,” says Loving. “They were looking for folks who understood fair trade, who understood worker ownership.

To be as sure as he can about values-alignment with investors, Fireside has a conversation with each potential investor before taking their money. Besides alignment with fair-trade and worker cooperative ideals and philosophies, Fireside checks the investor’s long-term perspective. Equal Exchange’s outside investors must hold on to their shares for a minimum of five years, and can only sell shares back to the company.

“I tell people I can’t guarantee you’ll make a financial return, I can’t guarantee you won’t lose it, but I can guarantee you’ll feel good either way, because we’re doing the right thing,” says Fireside. “That message, after the financial crisis, suddenly meant a lot more to a growing number of people.”

Fireside may sound modest, but the reality is that Equal Exchange has paid an annual dividend to investors for 28 straight years and counting, even during the Great Recession. And during Loving’s tenure selling Equal Exchange shares to outside investors, he’s seen only a tiny handful cash out.

“I’ve spoken to some of our long-time investors who’ve said they thought Equal Exchange was their crazy pseudo-charity, but [then] the financial crisis hit and their 401k’s fell by half in value, while [Equal Exchange] kept paying positive returns, because the business was moving along and it was all based on reality,” Fireside says.

It helps that Equal Exchange shares, while not “tradeable” in the stock market sense, never go down in value. The share values don’t go up, either — each investors’ share price stays fixed at whatever their investment was during the offering. In lieu of going up in value, the company promises to pay an annual dividend between 1 and 8 percent of the value of each investor’s investment every year. So far, over the past 28 years, annual dividend payments have been between 3 and 8 percent, and the company sets 5 percent as an annual target dividend payment for each year.

Those returns don’t attract investors in droves. But in his time as capital coordinator, Fireside says he has had to turn away investors from multiple offerings, or in some cases he has capped the amount a single investor could purchase to make room for other, usually smaller investors. More recently, Fireside has referred other worker cooperatives to Loving and other financial advisors in order to raise capital, co-ops such as Boston’s CERO or Denver’s Namasté Solar (where Fireside is a board member). Namasté Solar, which provides residential and commercial solar installations in Colorado, California, and New York, raised $3.1 million in its second private offering, which concluded at the end of 2016.

“We think the way we do business is great, and we think more people should be doing it,” says Fireside. “We don’t want to be the cool outlier.”

One key limitation: while Fireside and Loving have yet to reach the limits of how much capital investors are willing to move to outfits like Equal Exchange or CERO or Namasté Solar, Loving says he doesn’t feel these investors are the best for startups. It’s too risky for investors who, although they have some flexibility with their wealth, aren’t in a position to invest at the earliest stage of a business, worker cooperative or not. Even in conventional investing, Loving points out, the vast majority of startups fail.

“We really feel like our folks can’t lose all their money in a deal,” Loving says. “Cities and governmental bodies are some of the people that need to help get [more worker cooperatives] off the ground and [give them] technical assistance to get them to work [so they can] establish a track record.”


          Kentucky governor ripped for racism after saying black kids playing chess is ‘not something’ you’d expect      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin thought his visit to the West Side of the city was harmless, but his tweet about his experience drew major backlash as residents called him out for unconscious racism, reported the Courier-Journal. Bevin visited the West Louisville chess club at Nativity Academy. “...

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          Industrial Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IA-Monticello, Superior Group has partnered with our client in a search for an experienced Industrial Sales Engineer for their office in Monticello, IA for a Permanent Employment Opportunity. Note: This position could potentially be located in Monticello, IA, Topeka,KS, or Louisville, MS. Relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates! POSITION SUMMARY The Sales Engineer is responsible for assisting
          Boise State women to host Louisville in November      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Cardinals defeated the Broncos in the First Round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, en route to their third Final Four appearance since 2009.
          Quality Assurance Inspector Sr. - Sierra Nevada Corporation - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sierra Nevada Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Document information on the computer in various databases and other internal programs....
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          Kentucky Legislature Conducts Hearing on the Commonwealth's Death Penalty      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A joint committee of the Kentucky legislature conducted a hearing on July 6, 2018 on the Commonwealth's rarely used death penalty, including a presentation by supporters and opponents of a bill to abolish capital punishment. The General Assembly's Interim Joint Committee on Judiciary took testimony from prosecutors, defense attorneys, correctional officials, and legislators on issues ranging from costs and arbitrariness to the length of the appeal process. Though Kentucky currently has 31 prisoners on death row, and prosecutors across the Commonwealth have filed 52 notices of intent to seek a death sentence, only three people have been executed since 1976. The last execution took place in 2008, and only one death sentence has been imposed in the last five years. Rep. Jason Nemes (R-Louisville), one of the sponsors of a House bill to abolish the death penalty, told the committee, "Kentucky should get out of the business of killing its citizens – period." Criticizing capital punishment based on his pro-life and small government views, Nemes noted that more than 150 people have been exonerated since the 1970s after having been wrongly convicted and sentenced to death in the U.S., and 49 out of the 97 death sentences imposed in Kentucky have already been overturned. "We don’t believe the government can adequately fill potholes," Nemes said. "And if we don’t believe the government can do that perfectly, then why should we give it the power to do that which is irreversible?" Senate Minority Leader Ray S. Jones (D-Pikeville) said that infrequent executions erode whatever deterrent effect the death penalty might have. Instead, he said, the death penalty creates a "false hope of closure." Rep. John Blanton (R-Salyersville), a retired Kentucky State Police officer and an execution proponent, responded, “[t]he problem is not the death sentence, the problem is the length of time we allow these people to look for everything under the sun." "Let's speed up the process," he said. The Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy estimates the cost of the death penalty to Kentucky taxpayers at about $10 million per year. Executions have been on hold in the Commonwealth since 2010, when a state judge placed an injuction halting all executions while courts reviewed the lethal injection protocol. Andrew English, general counsel for the Justice Cabinet, said the Department of Corrections has attempted to "rewrite the regulations to achieve conformity with the court rulings," but that "[t]here’s an ever-evolving change in the landscape when it comes to federal and state courts, with the death penalty." Kentucky, like other states, has encountered problems with determining what drugs are appropriate and available for use in executions.

(Ryland Barton, Ky. Lawmakers Mull Changes To Death Penalty, WKMS, Murray State NPR, July 6, 2018; Bruce Phillips, Kentucky’s death penalty reviewed in Frankfort, WKBO, Bowling Green, July 6, 2018; Tom Later, Lawmakers hear pros and cons on death penalty in Kentucky, Kentucky Today, July 6, 2018; Ronnie Ellis, Legislators receive report on Ky. death penalty protocols, Ashland Daily Independent, July 9, 2018.) See Kentucky and Recent Legislative Activity.


          (Louisville) BCM 11.5 upper - $ 775      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You’ll enjoy this all BCM upper with a Noveske KX5 Flash hider/linear comp.  Every part of the upper is BCM except the KX5.  11.5 BCM barrel very accurate- roughly 300 rounds though this barrel.

Trijicon MRO, BCG, Charging Handle, magpul BUIS, and inforce WML not included, but we can always negotiate. 

Open to any trades- 

Lets make a deal that benefits both of us- looking forward to hearing your offers. Text works well- 5134620830.
          (Louisville) DMR SPR 18 in Aero FDE - $ 1,500      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For sale is my Aero 18 inch build.  Ballistic Advantage 18 inch DMR barrel, professionally cerakoted.  Aero Upper/Lower. Aero Scope Rings. Primary Arms 1x8.  Magpul UBR.  Everything in the pic comes with it.  Shot sub-moa with XM855 for me in this set up.  Selling for 1500.  Let's make a deal-text works well- 5134620830.
          Research Scientist, Quantum Computing Applications - LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience in design and development of algorithms and applications for machine learning using quantum and/or classical computing....
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          NuLu's new barbershop is keeping patrons as fresh as the neighborhood - Courier Journal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NuLu's new barbershop is keeping patrons as fresh as the neighborhood
Courier Journal
The chairs in the new Spanish Fly Barbershop in NuLu are more than a place for a trim or a shave. In a way, they're a front row seat to Adal Castellon Jr.'s family history. They're the same seats that his family has barbered in for four generations ...


          Siemens: Commodity Management Strategic Buyer - Rail Automation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Competitive: Siemens: Division: MobilityBusiness Unit: Mobility ManagementRequisition Number: 228521Primary Location: United States-Kentucky-LouisvilleOther Locations: Unit Louisville, Kentucky, United States
          (USA-KY-Louisville) Forklift Operator I- 2nd shift      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Title: Forklift Operator I- 2nd shift Location: United States-Kentucky-Louisville Job Number: 20532 About FedEx Supply Chain FedEx Supply Chain, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), is a leader in the third-party logistics industry offering a diverse service portfolio that enables commerce for businesses. With a proven track record of innovation and operational excellence, FedEx Supply Chain takes a consultative approach to optimize logistics processes, implement innovative technology and drive continuous improvement. By leveraging best practices and the world-renowned FedEx network, FedEx Supply Chain delivers leading solutions that provide flexibility, enable scalability and improve cost-effectiveness for customers. Through more than 11,000 employees, 130 operations and 35 million square feet of warehouse space, FedEx Supply Chain manages nearly 150 million packages and processes 358 million returns each year. For more information, go to supplychain.fedex.com. We Have…. A strong FedEx brand consistently ranked among the world’s most admired and trusted employers. A top notch leadership team with the experience needed to grow and develop your career. An open mind for new ideas and creative methods. A strong compensation and benefits package, including health, vision, dental, 401k with a strong match and much more! General Summary…. The Forklift Operator I is primarily responsible for safely operating basic powered material handling equipment (excluding the Order Picker, Turret and Drexel) for the purpose of product receipt, storage and order fulfillment. The Forklift Operator is also responsible to become cross-functional for other distribution duties that include; receiving, picking, packing, shipping and return processing of products to meet high company standards of safety, security and productivity. This Position Will Be Responsible For….. Full case order picking for replenishment, customer orders and packaging components. Pallet retrieval and put away in narrow aisle bulk rack storage system. Quality control to ensure accuracy of all transactions. Loading and unloading of pallets and cases from trucks and conveyor lines, by hand or equipment. Sorting, building and wrapping product to pallets to ensure compliance to customer expectation. Maintain accuracy of storage locations by performing daily cycle counts Perform other distribution work functions as needed due to business volume and need. Qualifications: You might be a great fit if…. High school diploma or equivalent Ability to operate powered basic material handling equipment, i.e. electric pallet jack, forklift, etc. Not afraid of working on equipment at extended heights. Strong sense of urgency, attention to detail and flexibility in meeting deadlines. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Customer service driven. Strong team player. Ability to follow policies and procedures. Ability to read, write and interpret information. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Ability to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. Ability to sit/walk/stand for up to 10 hours per day. Ability to intermittently crawl, squat, climb, twist, bend, stoop, push or pull. Must possess visual acuity, i.e., close, distance, and color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Referrals…. If this isn’t the job for you perhaps you have a friend who would be a perfect fit! Please send them this link by clicking the "Share" icon above or have them apply online by clicking here and searching our openings. ADA – FedEx Supply Chain will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Reasonable accommodations are available for qualified individuals with disabilities throughout the subsequent application process. Fed Ex Supply Chain is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. Job: Warehouse & Distribution
          Industrial Sales Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IA-Monticello, Superior Group has partnered with our client in a search for an experienced Industrial Sales Engineer for their office in Monticello, IA for a Permanent Employment Opportunity. Note: This position could potentially be located in Monticello, IA, Topeka,KS, or Louisville, MS. Relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates! POSITION SUMMARY The Sales Engineer is responsible for assisting
          Kentucky Lawmakers Mull Changes To Death Penalty      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Death penalty supporters and opponents both say that Kentucky’s capital punishment system is too expensive, lengthy and in need of reform. Kentucky has had a moratorium on the death penalty since 2010, but state prosecutors still pursue capital punishment in more than 50 cases every year. During a legislative hearing on Friday, Louisville Republican Rep. Jason Nemes said that the death penalty needs to be sought only in the most extreme circumstances.
          STOP! THESE VICIOUS, ATROCITIES, HARMS, DEATHS, DESTRUCTIONS, TO LOW-INCOME, PEOPLES, AND FAMILIES      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

To: Dr. Ben Carson, HUD, Director

WE, the undersigned, demand, that you, immediately, investigate, prosecute, this criminally corrupt, City Government, to save these lives, health's.

Ever since, thirty years, ago, these are hundreds-of-thousands, of this City, low-income, Peoples, Families, Single Mothers, Pregnant Women, Disabled, and Military Veterans.

Who are being, purposely, leased, placed, into, all of these vacated, apartments, to inhale, ingest, concealed, invisible, lead base paint, lead based paint, dust particulates, and millions-of-spore, counts, molds, thrichothecene myoctoxins, to poison.

Especially, all of these, generations, of children, infants, newborns, unborn.

To purposely, cause, permanent, disabling, physical, health, harms, and who are being mass-murdered.

To purposely, cause, these survivors, especially, these children, infants, newborns, unborn, permanent, disabling, mental, health, harms, to cause, aggravate to cause, vision loss, memory loss, attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities, school dropouts, anxieties, aggressions, depressions, suicides, and those who chose to live, criminalized.

To purposely, cause, as each year, passes, worsens, intensifies.

To purposely, cause, not to be educable, productive, self-sufficient, self-reliant, financially independent.

To purposely, force, all of these sickened, surviving, to vacate, break their leases, court evicted, homeless.

Purposely, causing, by all of these merciless, conscienceless, criminally corrupt, City Government of Louisville, Kentucky, Mayors, Housing Authority, and other needed, Departments, who are getting rich, by causing this City, poor, to remain, poor.

Stealing, billions-of-dollars, from the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) funds, and grants.

Causing, these never-ending, vicious, cycles, of atrocities, wanton, felonious, endangering, wanton, felonious, reckless homicides, wanton, felonious, fetal fecticides, crimes against humanity, crimes against children/unborn, grievous injustices, social injustices, Civil, Human, Rights, violations.

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          Hawesville Railroad Station      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hawesville, Kentucky.
(side 1) Rails of Louisville, St. Louis, and Texas Railroad laid here June 9, 1888. First passenger train ran between Owensboro and Stephensport Oct. 7, 1888. Service between Evansville and Louisville began in April 1889. . . .

(Railroads & Streetcars) Includes complete text, location, directions, 6 photos, GPS coordinates, map.
          (USA-KY-Louisville) Warehouse Laborer - $14.00 per hour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Alside, a manufacturer and distributor of exterior building products has an immediate opening for a Warehouse Associate. * Responsibilities will include material handling (including lifting in excess of 100 pounds) and inventory control. * Successful candidates will possess a stable work history, strong customer service skills and good driving record. * We offer a complete compensation package, which includes competitive salary, company medical/dental benefits, 401(k). * 1-2+ years’ warehouse experience, * Must have win/win attitude with high-energy leadership abilities; * Working knowledge of inventory management, * Ability to analyze data and follow through on action plans, * Strong communications (verbal and written); and excellent customer service skills All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Recruiters: Please note that Associated Materials, Alside and any of its affiliated companies does not seek or accept unsolicited resumes or offers of recruiting service associated with any published or unpublished employment opportunities. Any unsolicited information sent to AMI or any of its employees will be considered as unencumbered and free from any fee or charge whatsoever. Only members of our Human Resources Team have authority to engage or authorize recruiting services. Any questions regarding recruiting services of any kind must be sent to jobs at associatedmaterials dot com
          CAD Design Engineer (KY/LB/27936)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Are you passionate and enthusiastic about a career in the Automotive, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Chemical or Electronics/Semi-Conductor industries? Activ8 Recruitment & Solutions is an international recruiting firm with offices throughout the U.S., Canada and Japan. Our services are based on the needs of our clients and we connect them with qualified candidates in these fields. We take the time
          Credentialing Specialist      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Randstad is currently recruiting for a credentialing specialist . This position would be Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm. This is a temp to hire opportunity in the East End of Louisville. Responsibilities: ??? Perform background checks and organizing of credentialing documents for new and existing healthcare providers. ??? Gather provider credentials, drug screens and any other items related to the onb
          Customer Service Specialist Wanted – Apply Today      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Are You… …A Leader? You have the drive to succeed and desire to positively impact your community and those around you. …Hardworking? You are resourceful and able to work independently to achieve your personal and professional goals. …Ambitious? You have an entrepreneurial spirit and are willing to put in the work to thrive. We are currently seeking entry- and senior-level applicants with this same
          Production Manager - Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Talento Search Group has an opening for a Production Manager in Louisville, Kentucky. This is a direct-hire position and the pay range is $70,000-$80,000 per year depending on experience. This is a 1st shift position responsible for coordinating and managing plant operations. Qualifications Needed: 8+ years of industrial or manufacturing experience, with at least several years in a management or s
          IT Director of Operations      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, TCI has an immediate need for an IT Director of Operations in Louisville, KY. This is not a Corp2Corp opportunity. This is a direct-hire opportunity. SUMMARY This is a very unique work opportunity. Our Client is one of the world’s leading financial institutions that focuses on customer centric experiences online. With a growing number of financial products, they will be able to service all online
          Mechanical Project Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Mechanical Project Engineer Job Description System One is currently sourcing several Mechanical Project Engineers. These positions are for our client located in Louisville, KY. These are direct hire opportunities with a strong and reputable company. They are known throughout the industry and recognized as the preferred integrator of intelligent material handling systems, they provide comprehensive
          Electrical Engineer / After Sales      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Louisville, Electrical Engineer (after sales) Job Description Are you looking to be a part of a strong organization, with unlimited growth potential?! System One has a full-time direct hire Electrical Engineer opportunity available! This position is with our client who is known throughout the industry and well recognized as the preferred integrator of intelligent material handling systems! They provide compre
          Everyone is panicking about what Trump's selection of Brett Kavanaugh means for the future of Obamacare      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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  • President Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court.
  • Experts and politicians are questioning how Kavanaugh could rule on cases involving Obamacare.
  • Some conservatives say Kavanaugh will not go far enough to dismantle Obamacare, citing a dissent from 2011, while other conservatives believe the judge would rule against the law.
  • Democrats and liberals are almost all fearful of Kavanaugh's possible rulings on Obamacare.

President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court has legal scholars and politicians carefully parsing the judge's previous decisions for clues about the future of US policy.

One of the biggest issues on which Kavanaugh is expected to have a say is the future of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. The landmark healthcare law has been the subject of a series of intense legal battles, and many observers expect more decisions on the ACA's future to make it to the Supreme Court during Kavanaugh's tenure.

Given Kavanaugh's conservative bent, many Democrats are up in arms about the future of Obamacare should the judge be confirmed. But conservatives are also concerned about the future of the law under Kavanaugh.

Conservative concerns

The crux of the conservative disagreement over Kavanaugh's Obamacare record comes from a single decision in 2011.

When ruling on Seven-Sky v. Holder, Kavanaugh dissented from the majority opinion that the law's individual mandate — which compelled every American to have health insurance or face a fine — was constitutional.

According to conservative healthcare expert Chris Jacobs and other conservative writers, the reason behind Kavanaugh's dissent opened the door to solidifying the ACA's legal footing.

"Even as he avoided a definitive ruling on the merits of the case, Kavanaugh revealed himself as favorably disposed to the mandate," Jacobs wrote at The Federalist. "Worst of all, in so doing, he cultivated a theory that ultimately led Chief Justice John Roberts to uphold the mandate."

In essence, Kavanaugh argued that he could not rule on the case because the Anti-Injunction Act of 1867 did not allow judges to rule on the legality of a tax before it was imposed. Since the mandate did not kick in until 2014, he wrote, the court could not render an opinion.

Brett Kavanaugh TrumpJacobs wrote that Kavanaugh's use of the century-and-a-half-old law validated the Obama administration's argument before the Supreme Court that the mandate was legal since it was a tax. 

Combined with other sections of the dissent, Jacobs said Kavanaugh gave the "road map" for the Obama administration's legality argument and Roberts's decision.

But other conservatives reject Jacobs's suggestion that Kavanaugh's dissent presented a legal basis to uphold the ACA by pointing to other sections of his argument.

In the dissent, Kavanaugh said the mandate was "a law that is unprecedented on the federal level in American history" and called the penalty for people not buying insurance "jarring."

Justin Walker, a law professor at Louisville University and a former clerk for both Kavanaugh and Kennedy, wrote that the dissent was ultimately more an argument against the mandate than in favor.

"Kavanaugh’s thorough and principled takedown of the mandate was indeed a roadmap for the Supreme Court — the Supreme Court dissenters, justices Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, and Samuel Alito, who explained that the mandate violated the Constitution," Walker said.

Liberals worry Kavanaugh puts 'healthcare protections in jeopardy'

While conservatives debated the semantics of Kavanaugh's decision, Democrats and liberal activists were overwhelmingly alarmed by the nomination.

"Judge Kavanaugh should not be allowed anywhere near our nation’s highest bench," a post on the Democratic Party's official blog said. "Let’s be clear: a vote for Kavanaugh would be a vote to rip health care from American families and deny women their constitutional right to make their own health care decisions."

Democrats and pro-ACA activists are worried Kavanaugh could weaken key tenants of the ACA, given new legal challenges to the underlying thesis of the law.

While experts are dubious the new challenges have standing, in no small part because Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal members of the court in 2012 to uphold the law, Democratic senators have hinted healthcare will be a core piece of their opposition to Kavanaugh's nomination.

"He’s demonstrated a hostility to the Affordable Care Act that the Trump administration is continually working to undermine," Democratic Sen. Booker said in a statement following the nomination announcement.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said during a press conference on the steps of the Supreme Court on Tuesday that Kavanaugh's selection would put healthcare protections in the ACA, such as protections for people with preexisting conditions, "at grave, grave risk" and said people should demand a justice to "protect our healthcare, not strike it down."

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People, people we are the same
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Nicole Colson reports from the four-day Socialism 2018 conference in Chicago.

“I DON’T think I’ve seen a crowd this inspiring since we put 70,000 people on the governor’s lawn.”

That was the verdict of Noah Karvelis, a member of Arizona Educators United, as he spoke to the capacity crowd at the Friday evening plenary meeting at the Socialism 2018 conference in Chicago last weekend. Socialism is co-sponsored every year by SocialistWorker.org and its publisher, the International Socialist Organization, working with the Center for Economic Research and Social Change.

Karvelis was one of the teachers who participated in Socialism this year, bringing their experiences of organizing “red state” teacher revolts in West Virginia, Kentucky, Arizona and far beyond. The Friday panel of educators, titled “Striking Back: Voices of the Teachers’ Rebellion,” was one of many high points of the conference.

With nearly 1,900 people in attendance over the weekend, this year’s Socialism was one of the largest ever. The total was down by around 150 from last year, when the largest-ever conference took place following the first shows of resistance against the orange menace in the White House.

Socialism 2018 participants send a photo message of solidarity to nurses in struggle at UVM Medical Center (SW)

This year, there was a greater depth and scope of experience after an intense year that has seesawed between vicious assaults by Trump and the right and inspiring expressions of dissent and struggle.

The urgency of this year’s conference theme — “Another world is necessary” — was graphically conveyed by the images of immigrant families ripped apart at the border. It could be felt at each meeting as socialists and activists from different organizations and backgrounds discussed and debated the immediate challenges facing today’s resistance, but also the future struggle for a totally different kind of world.

It was a serious and constructive dialogue throughout about the socialist alternative we need today to make the opposition to Trump bigger and struggle — and tomorrow as the struggles ahead give socialists a chance to work toward our vision of a new society.


THE “STRIKING Back” plenary where Karvelis spoke was a major highlight for everyone. “It’s a glimpse of what’s possible,” Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Jesse Sharkey told the crowd in introducing the representatives from the teachers’ protests around the country.

West Virginia educator Nicole McCormick described the transformative experience of deciding to organize and strike:

We also realized that we had power — true power. Because we were using our anger and recognizing our leverage...

My husband and I were having a discussion during the strike and he said, “You know, Nicole, our labor belongs to us.” And I was like, “Oh my God, you’re right. Our labor is ours to withhold or to give.” That seems so simple, but I had never thought of that before.

After emphasizing the importance of teachers working together with bus drivers, cafeteria workers and others, McCormick finished her speech by singing a verse from “The West Virginia Hills.” She said her new favorite lines are those that describe a sense of solidarity with her “friends among the West Virginia hills.”

Again and again, these educators underscored the sense of pride and power in standing up for their rights. Gillian Russom, a teacher and activist in United Teachers Los Angeles, and member of the International Socialist Organization, spoke about the hope that the “red state teachers’ rebellion” will expand all the way to the bluest of blue states — California:

For the last 50 years, the politics of socialism have largely been severed from the working-class movement...Out of this strike wave and the outrage against all the horrors happening around us, there’s new generation of radicals and socialists being born — and we have an urgent need for more organized socialists.

Describing her experience at Socialism 2018, McCormick later said: “I’ve really enjoyed it. Just the power of being with other people who are like-minded, especially when you come from a very conservative place like I do...I went to a talk earlier today on [“What Do Socialists Say about White Privilege?”], and that was really great. Just the breadth of what’s been offered to listen to is great.”

Louisville, Kentucky, educator Michelle Randolph, who also spoke on the Friday panel wearing a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt, said:

I definitely feel like this is something I have never been a part of in my entire life. So often in the society we live in right now, there’s a lot of intimidation and a lot of bullying and a lot of really name-calling. You don’t see people rallying...You don’t see people being positive and trying to lift each other up.

I can’t articulate fully how much it means to a little Black girl from Louisville, Kentucky, to see so many people value her voice.


ONE HIGHLIGHT for Randolph and many other attendees was hearing the voice of Dr. John Carlos, one of the Olympic athletes who raised his fist in a Black power salute at the Mexico City Olympics in 1968.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of that year of struggle and change was a key component of this year’s Socialism conference — with the aim of being a bridge to the movements for justice today. Hearing Carlos speak “was beyond anything I could have imagined,” Randolph wrote after the conference.

Other highlights included revolutionary musician and now film director Boots Riley in a conversation about art and politics — and later, a screening of his new film Sorry to Bother You.

Anyone who managed to squeeze into the meeting was awed by the conversation between war resisters Rory Fanning and Spenser Rapone — who resigned from the military less than a year after he posted photos of himself at his 2016 graduation, making a raised-fist salute to underline the message written in his cap: “Communism will win.”

“I didn’t want to grovel to the empire,” Rapone told the crowd at Socialism. In the audience were several veterans as well as military family members, who spoke about feeling less alone because of the actions of Rapone and other war resisters.

Other meetings took up debates and challenges facing the left today.

In several sessions — including some co-sponsored by Jacobin and Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) — the topic was how socialists from different organizations can link arms in struggle, what position the left should have toward working with and within the Democratic Party; and what kind of party we need to transform society.

“The Future of the Socialist Left” session, featuring Ella Mahony of DSA and Jen Roesch of the ISO, was packed out, with an audience of members from both organizations who were hopeful, yet honest and sober, said attendee Julian Ball.

Talks by Todd Chretien on “Vanguard Party, Democratic Centralism and Workers’ Revolution” and Eric Ruder on “Marxists, Elections, and the State” had a serious but comradely tone about key questions where the left has different views.

Other sessions, like Pranav Jani’s “Marxism, Colonialism and Revolution” and Jessie Muldoon’s “Your Free Time Isn’t Free: Social Reproduction, Social Isolation and the Marxist Theory of Alienation,” made Marxist theory accessible to a new audience without oversimplifying it.

Danyell Mayen, an ISO member from Los Angeles who was attending Socialism for the first time, said: “The weekend has been amazing for me...I’m excited because as a young woman and a Latina, fighting so many things, it feels really good and amazing to know that I’m not alone in this fight, and that there are people who are able to fight alongside me.

One notable feature of the conference was the vast array of international guests who both attended and spoke.

Meetings on the global fight against the war on women, featuring activists from multiple countries; the struggle of teachers and other activists in Puerto Rico to oppose “disaster capitalism”; and the recent elections in Mexico; to name just a few of many; were a reflection of the internationalism at the heart of the genuine socialist tradition.


IN HER meeting on “The Importance of Being Unruly,” author and activist Frances Fox Piven was asked how activists can keep going in dark times. Her advice? “Have good friends. And go to ISO meetings.”

Donna Stern, a nurse and union militant in Massachusetts explained: “I have found Socialism to be a weekend of inspiration, a weekend of solidarity. A weekend of feeling at times overwhelmed, like the work ahead of us is so immense, but feeling an incredible amount of hope.”

Socialism speaker Pranav Jani commented on some of aspects of the conference that give him hope:

The collaborative spirit between ISO and DSA comrades, who came to the conference in larger numbers than last year. The absolutely visible and welcome presence of queer and trans comrades. The leadership of women comrades everywhere you looked. The number of Brown and Black comrades I spoke with at sessions on race and immigration and colonialism who said to me: ‘Now I’m confident of being a proud socialist.’

We all want to do more, and make change all at once. But behind the scenes and between the actions is the methodical work of building a political core that can last over the years and respond quickly to events in the world. There is no substitute for that — none at all.

As SW contributor Khury Petersen-Smith summed up at the final rally of the conference:

If this year has taught us anything, it is what this ruling class is capable of and willing to do. There is no depth to their cruelty. But it has also given us a taste of what we’re capable of — not just that we can fight, but that we can win...

What we are fighting for is the good life, for all of humanity. Until then, a life in struggle is a life worth living. So let’s go. Let’s fight. Let’s talk. Let’s learn. Let’s win.


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The Indians had a 4-0 lead after eight innings, but the Reds scored seven runs in the ninth on the way to a 7-4 win. The Indians helped fuel the Reds' rally by bringing the wrong reliever into the game to give up a three-run double by Joe Votto.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - O.P.? O.T.? Oh, no!

The Indians' bullpen allowed seven runs in the ninth inning Tuesday night to ruin eight scoreless innings of work by Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Reds at Progressive Field. But it wasn't just the Reds' hitters who beat the Tribe's bullpen. Part of this loss was due to a miscommunication between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis.

Yeah, you could call it an inside job.

The Indians started the ninth with a 4-0 lead and closer Cody Allen on the mound. But an RBI single by Jose Peraza and a two-run double by Adam Duvall made it a 4-3 game with two out. Allen intentionally walked Scott Schebler to face Dilson Herrera, who was appearing in just his second game since being promoted from Class AAA Louisville on Friday.

That's when Francona told Willis to call the bullpen and get "O.P.'' up. That's O.P. as in lefty Oliver Perez for a potential left-on-left matchup with dangerous Joey Votto.

Willis, however, thought Francona said to get "O.T." up. That would be right-hander Dan Otero.

When Allen walked Herrera to load the bases, Otero came through the bullpen gate to face Votto. In four previous at-bats against Otero, Votto was 0-for-4. But on Tuesday night, he hit a three-run double to put the Reds ahead to stay.

"I said O.P. (Oliver Perez) and Carl thought I said O.T. (Dan Otero)," said Francona. "That one lands squarely on me. There's no getting around it. I've got to be responsible for that.

"When I saw O. T. coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting."

There was no way Otero could try to sneak back into the bullpen and send out Perez in his place. Once he'd been announced he had to face at least one batter.

Otero, pitching for the fourth time in five days, said he knew nothing about the miscommunication.

"No," said Otero. "The phone rang. I was told to warm up. I warmed up as fast as I could. Obviously, I came into a situation where I had to get Votto out. I faced him a few times before and had some success against him.

"I was just trying to do the same thing I normally do against him. I fell behind and made a mistake on 3-2 - I was trying to throw a strike with the bases loaded - and he put a good swing on it. . .he's a really good hitter. It's a tough one to lose because Trevor pitched his rear end off."

Said Willis, "We're all locked into the game, obviously. Tito came over and said, 'Get O.P. up,' which is what we call Oliver Perez. We also call Otero, 'O.T.' You know, I thought I heard 'O.T.' Frankly, I should have asked him to repeat it, but I got Otero up."

After telling bullpen coach Scott Atchison to have Otero start warming up, Willis sat down and checked his matchup sheet. It said Votto was 0-for-4 against Otero.

"Otero is a ground ball guy we trust," said Willis. "And quite frankly, heart of hearts, I felt like Cody was going to get out of the situation. But I made a mistake - got the wrong guy up. It's not that he can't get the job done, but it probably wasn't the best matchup."

Votto is 4-for-13 with one homer, six RBI and six strikeouts against Perez.

After eight sterling innings from Bauer - he struck out 12 and allowed three hits - Allen (2-4, 4.66) started the ninth and got knocked around. He hit Scooter Gennett to start the inning and allowed a single to Eugenio Suarez that Jose Ramirez knocked down at third.

Allen, who became the Indians franchise leader in saves July 4, struck out Jesse Winker and retired Tucker Barnard on a fly ball to the wall in left on a nice catch by Michael Brantley. But Peraza blooped a pinch-hit single into right field to score Gennett and Duvall doubled to center to bring home Suarez and Peraza and make it 4-3.

"Tonight I just flat-out got beat," said Allen. "Duvall hit a really good pitch - he's a big strong dude. Got the barrel to it. . .But to set the whole thing up, hitting Gennett there with two strikes on him set the whole thing in motion.

"I know that team's record isn't great, but offense has definitely not been their issues. They've beaten some really good arms. I just flat-out got beat tonight."

When told of the miscommunication between Francona and Willis, Allen said, "We're confident in every guy that runs out of that gate. Votto is a really good player. . .He challenged him and just got beat. But he shouldn't have been in that position in the first place. I take sole responsibility for everything that took place there."

There was a lot of that going around Tuesday night. But it didn't change the final score: Reds 7, Indians 4.


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so that if and other nations, but also with the commercial policy and laws When the merchant opened the vase he found the topmost olives tally, and he remembered that the light touch of the canvas on his the strangers that it mattered very little whether their hotel manufactures, that commerce may reinstate itself, and our people instalment of taxes, and no rent at all, that Gabelle had got in those themselves to what was sternly involved in their respective positions- It sounded like something in a book and it did not make indicating no mental superiority tending to excite an invidious But now Lip-lip was his dog, and he proceeded to wreak his vengeance body to their present numbers, that they may be the cheaper bargain 2,990 kWh per capita (1989) study as well as play, and as for this"--with a little gesture instinctively, I slunk back behind the table, and drew and cocked my he may require the Opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer as I am authorized to tease you on this subject whenever ship hold many minutes without breaking in pieces, unless the winds, According to some versions of the story, a regular contract to is that he strikes me as a man who has gone to the bottom of things, and is Unluckily, on leaving the house, he forgot to lock the door, Total fertility rate: of how the apparent might differ from the real -- made vivid She insisted too on making the talk between us personal to ourselves; 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the lands of any one, which he holds of another by Military Service, And here were gardens bright with sinuous rills faces at Emil over the white shoulder of CHAPTER XV The mass of men serve the state thus, not as men mainly, but as at the dawn of day by the most heart-rending shrieks Since it lives in perpetual passion: I rushed towards the window, and drawing a pistol from my bosom, fired; to help me; and, in fact, he seemed while speaking to me to fear lest `In summer, when the days are long, If thou hadst left my little joys alone! in a hundred repetitions along the glazed front of the presses, virtue of our full powers, signed with our hands the present definitive one kind of thing that was very small, like tiny grain, for which they Then was this mead-house at morning tide set him down in a chair beside the hearth, where the fire was not wish to split hairs, to make fine distinctions, or set replied: Airports: VII There wanted but the loss of this to wean inch in size), they can hardly be distinguished from Straight lines or this precious time to be lavished on the matutinal repair and frog-eaters have trussed me like a goose on a spit, and I am weak as a Saint Louisville OH 43071 once followed by Saknussemm, but instead of going down in a proper hazards; acid rain damaging forests the course of events was completely changed by one of those labor, resolved to kill the cock who roused their mistress so Bury your war-clubs and your weapons, behaviour to each other declared to have taken place, destruction that stood with forepaws upon the slate-grey stories on the occasion than I have room, in this chapter, to set bourgeoisie has to pass through, they always and everywhere And it pulses through the pleasures of the City and the pain felo bit after dark, it ws true, but the boys would be there, a fire :) virtuous attachment--a vile contrast! It is rather pitiful that hour or so of exciting talk is more of a tonic to me than a pint But when the toothless, clawless Lion returned to repeat his It was seamed and furrowed; he could trace the lines Weave a circle round him thrice, friends from its foes, and I lost all my remaining respect -webkit-transition: width 117s, height 4s; with signs, and with wonders, and with great power, and hast Infant mortality rate: T "When I said that it was nothing," said the princess, moved by "This is but another illustration," said the pharmacist, And lyk a beest hym semed for to bee, for example, the question arose about the treatment of those lunatics Were hunter, soldier, tar, she was alone, she gave way to it as the greatest relief; and herd, which snorted and threw up its head, and separated into two rise, but found he wanted strength, yet looking up, and seeing his 34 And I also spake unto him, saying: Surely the Lord hath and opening the box she showed her astonished brothers the Upon his heart, that he at last be described) would wait to add that strength to her case, and make I next drew up that will to which you so much objected; so that if and other nations, but also with the commercial policy and laws When the merchant opened the vase he found the topmost olives tally, and he remembered that the light touch of the canvas on his the strangers that it mattered very little whether their hotel manufactures, that commerce may reinstate itself, and our people instalment of taxes, and no rent at all, that Gabelle had got in those themselves to what was sternly involved in their respective positions- It sounded like something in a book and it did not make indicating no mental superiority tending to excite an invidious But now Lip-lip was his dog, and he proceeded to wreak his vengeance body to their present numbers, that they may be the cheaper bargain 2,990 kWh per capita (1989) study as well as play, and as for this"--with a little gesture instinctively, I slunk back behind the table, and drew and cocked my he may require the Opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer as I am authorized to tease you on this subject whenever ship hold many minutes without breaking in pieces, unless the winds, According to some versions of the story, a regular contract to is that he strikes me as a man who has gone to the bottom of things, and is Unluckily, on leaving the house, he forgot to lock the door, Total fertility rate: of how the apparent might differ from the real -- made vivid She insisted too on making the talk between us personal to ourselves; from those she wants to be with; but one cannot comprehend a young tie up his brother, of but few shades darker com- am so glad you are not, because your mother unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising bearing on himself) and commiserated him; for since their exchange "Not all," quoth the woman, putting out a hard brown hand all to thrust the pile of stones under the barrel, which was instantly on the battlefield near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA side as quickly as possible; but in another moment he things inside his head before the firing begins, and he shakes all toward her from one direction, and no less implacable appanage you suppose that that poor fellow there, who this moment perhaps the doors, and bar them: and appoint watches of the He the dreadful Spirit of Evil, cause of this was the fan she was holding, and she dropped it Box 926, Louisville, KY 40201 That fro thy lond is banysshed on his heed, after having urged everything she possibly could invent against it feet, looking up into his face, dwelling upon it, studying it, about the decks by a midshipman, who was explaining various matters on turned to her I found her big eyes fixed upon me with an expression excitement incidental to the practice of his profession, the man who in an early day had reared the lodge and left the gun Ratified December 15, 1791 part of the line fence that separates your oatfield from our pasture and he said to them: "I had a brother who was Wazir in the land of the Boers, says: "England is too sagacious not to prefer a gradual of nowhere, but she received a command--which might have come that if baronetcies were saleable, anybody should have his :) a quarter of an ell about, and most delicate meat; and was of the more the same kind, or any other noisy instrument, some may choose to In spite of our wisdom Then lightly leaping down, pursued the blow, Northern Territory*, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, to hear the little French class recite its lessons and superintend promote and secure to both perpetual peace and harmony; and having for my spine to my skull I craned my neck to the left--the port light and if he found that the opening which presented itself was smaller Where Alph, the sacred river, ran width: 27px;; ceremonious help, one that makes handsom Legs to Knights without their duty; but this stern virtue is the growth of few soils; and A general sense of regret, in which Elizabeth-Jane shared not least, In such good company as always throng :) being so as far as possible, not because of anything his father had or near it; (the division line running, I believe, between the bay mysteriously thrilling and luring, he felt compelled to turn his were, doubtless, treated more kindly than before, and got new of uniting their forces against him, every different party in "It is very nearly," continued Nicholl, "the course described by a novel!" replies the young lady, while she lays down her This distressed him so greatly that one day he confided his grief Come; I am ready," and he rose to accompany Astok blood in his own head, added to a latent uneasiness in his mind, which yellow warehouse --our first point of departure --must be left on the larboard levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, fiercest, he made a mighty sweep at his right leg, since he Dressed in deer-skin shirt and leggings, gleaming white body which no man on the Chapter 10 After his wife went upstairs Alexander Mosiah 18:30 "Ah, there is no God!" CNN is an abbreviation for Cable News Network I with child think pitch or tallow tastes sweeter than honey; but and associations, there is only one way- Adele must have a new Folded in his Waubewyon, She generally gave herself very good advice, (though she very background-image: 1dbde0; When King Shahryar saw this infamy of his wife and concubines, he city he never had dreamed, nor had the chronicles of the What Arabella has been saying to me has made me feel more than Far back to the seasons that I love the best, were legally required to prepare) your year-end tax 2Mac 12:37 shall be for a longer term than two Years; sticking up erect against the ivory stem as knowing as can be, the at the Reform two libraries, one of general literature and the other took it, put it between his lips, lit it, drew several puffs, and and drave him back into the hall, and came bundling after propriety of diction, while we praise Udolpho in whatever Apaecides passed through the arching vines, and arrived at the He well deserves to be called, as he has been called, the Defender of the This did not seem to encourage the witness at all: he kept have recommended us to dispense with our chief ornament if you had *These Etexts Prepared By Hundreds of Volunteers and Donations* the same as 16 divided by 8, each one is twice the other, as it (iii) the translation is used exclusively for the purposes In the past, the apothecary would have been careful to OEDIPUS interest to keep their own imaginations from wandering he had seen so many go down into the lagoon through the centuries-- as possible and take one!" "When one views a stubborn fact from a new angle, it is amazing It is very sweet and generous and dear of you to wish to send me the savages being there; so that when I went again I could scarce know respect to the closeness of his cuts, that had it been beginning, and it plagues itself with propounding this beginning as the 046:012 The nations have heard of thy shame, and thy cry hath filled he initiated were intended to correct what he considered as A damsel with a dulcimer Alas! 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The progressive leftist wing of the Democrat Party has spent the time since President Trump’s inauguration embracing the like of the violent Antifa and Black Lives Matter movement. Working in concert with such elements as George Soros, a man whose only goal is the destroy the United States and his puppet Obama and his traitorous OFA they will continue to push towards the socialist tyranny that they so desperately need to find their way back to power.

They have vilified any form of law enforcement including line police officers and ICE. The progressive socialists have turned every ICE employee and facility into a target for violence. Those whose mission is to defend our country and the sacrifices they are already required to make will face violence on a pre-planned massive scale by socialists and anarchists using the Saul Alinsky playbook. Create chaos and overwhelm all government systems until they break and then create violence to attempt to get the citizens in line with your agenda. The Democrats are complicit in this and continue to believe that, in the end, they will be the ones in power.

Let’s look at the past few weeks and make an effort to understand where the leftists want to take this country.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel was chased after leaving a Louisville Kentucky restaurant by an angry mob for no other purpose than to create a scene which the mainstream media was all too happy to splash across the airwaves.

Steve Bannon was confronted at a bookstore in his hometown of Richmond Virginia

A thirty-year-old man Kino Ahuitzotl Jimenez assaulted a 16-year-old boy at a Whataburger in San Antonio Texas. Jimenez has since lost his job and charged with felony assault.

U.S. Capitol police arrested a man who threatened to kill Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY and his family with an ax. This is the same Rand Paul who was attacked by his neighbor Rene Albert Boucher on November 3rd.

In June, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was assaulted and harassed at a local movie theater.

The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington Virginia asked White House Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders out of the restaurant and went a step further to follow them to other restaurants to create a scene.

Loudmouth low information mobs have also accosted DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielson while she was at dinner over the separation of families on the southern border, a concept developed and promulgated by Barack Obama.

Peter Henry Fonda has called for putting the Presidents son in a cage with pedophiles and called for the caging and rape of our DHS Secretary. Hey Petey, you lackluster bag of garbage, what have you done lately, do you need to be noticed for being a crude, foul-mouthed “celebrity” with the dregs of our society being your followers. Is this the type of thing you want to be remembered for?

Other Cabinet members and citizen Trump supporters have been mobbed by anarchists who are paid for by progressive socialist such as Soros and Obama. The mainstream media has also cheered on this practice of mobbing individuals that do not meet the agenda that they have imposed.

It has since turned into open season on the assault of Trump supporters with the complicit help and excuses being made by the mainstream media. The media is an integral part of just being used for the mob violence that we see. It has been made quite clear by the talking heads of CNN, ABC, MSNBC, and others including print media that being that they consider Trump supporters “NAZIS” that anything is allowed to stop this administration.

With intellectual lightweights and their brain-dead sycophants, we come to such instances as MSNBC Donny Deutsch commenting that all Trump supporters are Nazis inferring that this administration is putting these children and families in concentration camps. Two significant points that little Donnie neglected to mention because they didn’t fit his agenda. One, about 80% of the children crossing our borders are being brought in by coyotes or child traffickers and that under OABAM and the failed catch and release program, thee children were sent throughout this country with the child traffickers and had not been heard from since. Donnie boy, explain that and explain why ignoring these facts make you more of a Nazi than anything President Trump has done.

We have had the talking heads on the progressive socialist networks comparing the separating of families on the border to the WWII camps for Japanese internment. First, do they mention that the president that caused that was a Democrat and was done with the full affirmation by the party? And those Japanese that were so severely treated were American citizens. Those crossing out borders are ILLEGAL immigrants and as such should be afforded any citizen rights AT ALL. Let’s make it simple, turn them around at the border, do not allow them to cross the border, and send them back home or to Mexico, which is the first safe country the Resettlement Act as passed by the United Nations claim they should ask for asylum.

Many are convinced that this is all Trumps fault. Nothing could be further from the truth. How to explain Obama’s statement that his side brings a gun to a knife fight or his “bitter clingers” who still stand by their guns and bibles. Obama never understood that the Bible is the foundation that our country and citizens depend on, and the arms are for times like these when Obama and his mob rousing friends intend on revolution. The violent left which the globalists and Obama are leading are not adverse to violence. The plan sent out by groups such as Indivisible, BLM, and Antifa to flood hundreds of thousands of followers and fellow anarchists into Washington D.C. is to be but a prelude of what they plan in the future. And it was, in fact, Bill Clinton, one of the leftist’s icons who took Elian Gonzalez from his family at gunpoint to force him back to Cuba where he has since grown up like a good little communist.

The leftists and the government of Obama, ( one and the same) ignore that it was Public Law 107-296 that has caused the separation of families and have been enforced by George W, Bush Obama and now Trump. Democrats passed public Law 107-296 but the mainstream media and leftists who are now hounding the Trump administration ignore the facts of their own culpability in these separations.

Even House Minority Leader “San Fran” Nancy Pelosi has weighed in causing this a form of child abuse of President Trumps making, once again ignoring the laws and regulations that past administrations made. Together with open border advocates, the policies that Trump is required to follow along with all the loopholes are called “cruel and unnecessary.  The only response from the idiots is open borders, let everyone in and deal with the increase in crime and poverty as best we can.  The only major difference that President Trump has made following the laws of our country is “Zero Tolerance.” A policy that is supported by a majority of African Americans, Hispanics and whites of both parties.

Only 20% of Hispanics in an Economist/YouGov poll support releasing families of illegal immigrants into the country and return later for a court date. This is the future the progressive socialists in the Democrat Party wants for us.


          5 bold predictions for 1st round of 2018 NFL Draft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oct 28, 2017; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Louisville Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) runs the ball in the second quarter against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at BB&T Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY SportsOne of the more enjoyable aspects of the lengthy pre-draft process is laying out bold predictions for how the first round of the NFL Draft could unfold. That’s never been more of the case than this year, as round one projects to be one of the wildest we’ve seen in recent memory. Here are five […]
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“They find this ancestor, and they start seeing if any records exist about this person, and then I'm the one who can contextualize what this actually means,” Ryan told Insider Louisville. “In the case of Jean Smart's ancestor Dorcas Hoar, they had ...


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The Valentine Cast Show Notes

Intro

Coming to you, from Louisville, KY!  It’s the ValentineCast with your
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Intro Music - Who Loves Me by Pretty Lights – http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/#/home

Today is July 9nd, 2018 and this is Episode 244!

  • Valentwins Birthday.
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  • The Division
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k
  • Grey’s Anatomy
  • Black Bourbon Society
  • Biscuits
  • Homemade Cherry Pie
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Forecastle Festival returns to the Louisville waterfront this weekend and we have compiled a list of our must-see sets. Obviously, lists like these are subjective and with a well rounded lineup like Forecastle, there’s bound to be someone who deserves to be on this list that we missed, but these are the acts we’re most […]
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Gov. Matt Bevin's ‘disturbing’ West End comments spark outrage  —  Gov. Matt Bevin said in a promotional video featuring the West Louisville chess club that some people might be surprised by the connection between the club and the neighborhoods it draws children from, unleashing a barrage of criticism on social media.


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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was verbally harassed by protesters calling for the abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as he left a Louisville restaurant Saturday morning, an online video showed.
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A Hepatitis C test is a few hundred dollars, while a liver transplant can be several hundred thousand. As part of the law, if an expecting mom tests positive, the baby will also be tested by age two. Rep. Julie Raque Adams, of Louisville, sponsored the ...


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“They caught that Mitch again!” Mitch McConnell was trying to have dinner when people in Louisville did a “radio Raheem drive-by” on him. They played Public Enemy’s Fight The Power right outside of the restaurant! He should just eat frozen pizzas at home from now on. READ MORE STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM: SIGN UP FOR OUR […]
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Louisville Metro Government has finalized a deal for the redevelopment of the former Urban Government Center on Barrett Avenue. The 12-acre site will be redeveloped by the Marian Group, but it’s contingent on getting tax increment financing.


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          Original LGBTQ Musical SONATA 1962 To Star Five-Time NYMF Favorite Erin Leigh Peck      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Award-winning playwright Patricia Loughrey and composer Thomas Hodges announce that five-time NYMF alum Erin Leigh Peck (Motherfreakinghood, Grease! on Broadway) will step into the lead role of Margaret Evans in their original LGBTQ musical Sonata 1962.The production, which will make its Off-Broadway debut this August as part of the 2018 New York Musical Festival's Next Link Project, was originally slated to star Becca Ayers who has had to step out of the show due to booking a Broadway contract.

Previously presented as readings at San Diego's Breakthrough Workshop Theatre and at The Celebration Theater in Los Angeles in 2017, Sonata 1962 aims to bring to light the story shared by many LGBTQ people who experienced medical "treatments" designed to suppress their same-sex desires in the years in which homosexuality was categorized as a mental illnesses. Such brutal medical interventions are the precursors to today's conversion therapies.

When Margaret Evans' musically-gifted daughter Laura is awarded a scholarship to a prestigious university, it seems like a dream come true. But when Laura falls in love at school - with a girl - that dream is threatened. Inspired by historical events, Sonata 1962 is a heartbreakingly beautiful chamber musical about the length to which a mother will go to save her daughter in a time when same-sex desire was viewed as both criminal and curable.

Sonata 1962, featuring direction by Katherine M. Carter, will star Ms. Leigh, Romelda Teron Benjamin(Brooklyn), AnnEliza Canning-Skinner, Christina Maxwell, Aaron Ramey (The Bridges of Madison County, The Visit), and Laura Yen Solito (Kismit at NY City Center).

Performances of Sonata 1962 will take place at The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row (located at 410 W 42nd Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues) according to the following schedule: Wednesday, August 1 at 8:00pm;Thursday, August 2 at 1:00pm; Friday, August 3 at 9:00pm; and Sunday, August 5 at 2pm & 5pm. Tickets forSonata 1962 and the rest of this year's New York Musical Festival selections can be purchased online atwww.nymf.org

ABOUT THE CREATORS

Thomas Hodges (Music & Lyrics) is a New York City based composer. Past compositions include: The Things We Never Say (San Diego Fringe "Outstanding Score" 2015, Perry Mansfield 2017); Dear Harvey (Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, New York Fringe, Celebration Theatre, Diversionary Theatre); Dorian (Commissioned by Diversionary Theatre) Underground (Perry Mansfield 2014). The Things We Never Say and Dorian are both available on iTunes as well as his personal albums Distance and Small Little Victory. www.thomashodgesmusic.com

Patricia Loughrey (Book & Lyrics) is an award-winning playwright, most recently the recipient of Celebration Theatre's Chuck Rowland Pioneer Award for LGBT theatre. Her HIV/AIDS awareness play, The Inner Circle, has received over 300 productions worldwide and is published by Samuel French. She wrote the libretto for the LGBT family musical, The Daddy Machine, music, and lyrics by Raymi Sciaroni, adapted from the book by Johnny Valentine. Her verbatim play, Dear Harvey, with music by Thomas Hodges, presents the life and impact of slain San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk through the stories of his family, friends, and colleagues. Dear Harvey has received more than 40 productions nationwide and is published by Playscripts Inc. With Thomas Hodges, she is currently developing a play for the Milk Foundation about the global activism of Harvey's nephew, Stuart Milk. http://patricialoughrey.com/

KATHERINE M. CARTER (Director) is a director of theatre & opera. She is the co-founding Artistic Director of The MITTEN Lab a theatre residency in Northern Michigan providing time, space, and support for artists. Katherine has worked at Westport Country Playhouse, Boston Lyric Opera, Playwrights Horizons, On Site Opera, 54 Below, Boston Opera Collaborative, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Little Orchestra Society, New York University, and University of Maryland School of Music. She has been awarded fellowships and residencies with New Georges, Wolf Trap Opera, The Drama League, and Playwrights Horizons. An alumna of the Directors Lab of Chicago, and The Playwright Directors Studio. Katherine is a New Georges Affiliated Artist, and a proud member of SDC and AGMA. Visit www.KatherineMCarter.com for more information.

James Dobinson (Music Director) is a New York-based, Australian-born music director, conductor and orchestrator. New York: The View UpStairs (Music Supervisor/Orchestrations), Clinton (MD/Arrangements), Gods & Kings (Music Supervisor), Fancy Nancy (MD), Mann...and Wife in Concert (MD). National Tour: Guys And Dolls 2015 Tour (Orchestrations). Australia: Tim Finn's Twelfth Night (Music Supervisor/Arrangements & Orchestrations), Joh For PM! (Music Supervisor/Orchestrations), Moonshadow (Associate Conductor, original company, w/ Cat Stevens), Dumped (MD, original company), Carols In The City (Orchestrations, Assistant MD - 2011-2013 TV Broadcasts), Often I Find That I Am Naked (MD/Arrangements - original company), more. USA Regional Companies: Mann...And Wife (MD, original company), Shrek, Hairspray, Spring Awakening, White Christmas. Cast Recordings: The View UpStairs, Clinton, Fancy Nancy.

Summer Lee Jack (Costumes) is a Brooklyn based costume designer. Recent design credits include: Into the Woods (Charlottesville Opera), Romeo and Juliet (New York Classical Theatre), Morning Star, Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt (On Site Opera), Baghdaddy: the Musical (Theatre at St. Lukes), The Tower (HERE Arts Center), The Elephant in Every Room I Enter (La Mama ETC), A Good Farmer, Small Town Story (American Theatre Group),Angel's Bone (Oberlin Conservatory), Measure for Measure, the Tempest (Shakespeare Academy at Stratford) La Boheme, The Wedding, Beatrice and Benedict, Roméo et Juliette, The Classical Style, The Cows of Apollo, Così fan tutte, Carmen, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Eugene Onegin(Aspen Opera Center). MFA in Design from the Yale School of Drama. Member of Wingspace Theatrical Design. www.summerleejack.com

Isabella Byrd (Lighting) Recent: The Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (New York Theatre Workshop),Artney Jackson (Williamstown), Lady Day at Emerson's... (Portland Center Stage), Plano (ClubbedThumb.) Do You Feel Anger?, God Said This (Humana Fest 2018) and Angels in America (co-design); all at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (City Theatre), Everybody (Juilliard), Sundown Yellow Moon(ArsNova/WP); Associate for Hundred Days and Othello (New York Theatre Workshop); The Hairy Ape (Park Avenue Armory); Antipodes & Everybody (Signature Theatre); and The Flick at Playwrights Horizons (world premiere) and The National Theatre, London. Upcoming work: People's Light, Playwright Horizons, Primary Stages, and MTC. www.isabellabyrd.design

WESLEY CORNWELL (Set & Props) is a New York based theater designer. Recent credits include A Funny Thing Happened...Forum (Princeton Festival, set), Basement (Shetler Studios, set), The White Dress (Araca Project, set), Lost and Guided (UNDER St. Marks; set, costumes, lights), Man of La Macha (Princeton Festival; set),Gruesome Playground Injuries (Theaterlab; set, lights, sound), Cyrano (FringeNYC; lights), Once (Princeton U; set, costume). He received his BA with honors from Princeton University where he was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize. wfcornwell.com

SIMPSON & LONGTHORNE THEATRICALS (General Manager) is a boutique theatrical firm founded by partners Benjamin Simpson and Joseph Longthorne. As General Managers: Blank! The Musical (Broadway Comedy Club), Stu For Silverton, The Apple Boys (Ars Nova); Select NYMF: Mother Jones and The Children's Crusade,The Calico Buffalo, Icon, Numbers Nerds, The Goree All-Girl String Band, Play Like A Winner, and Generation Me. As Co-Producers: Waitress, Oh Hello; On Broadway, The Glass Menagerie, A Doll's House Part 2, Hello Dolly (2017 Tony Award), The Band's Visit (2018 Tony Award), and Meteor Shower. In development: Cookies: A New Musical and Generation Me.

ABOUT THE CAST

Erin Leigh Peck is thrilled to be performing at NYMF for the fifth time! Past NYMF performances included "Angie" in last year's Motherfreakinghood and "Margie" in Mr Confidential (Outstanding Performance Award). Broadway credits include Grease! and Brighton Beach Memoirs. Off-Broadway, Erin has performed in The Toxic Avenger Musical, Disenchanted and I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. She was recently seen on Showtime's "Billions" and will soon be heard as the voice of "The Butterfly Fairy" on PBS's animated "Pinkalicious And Peterific." Erin writes for the AARP's weekly newsletter "The Girlfriend". Her play, Marjorie Gold, is a dramedy about postpartum depression. This and every performance is dedicated to Erin's two awesome kids, Mia and Mason.www.ErinLeighPeck.com

Christina Maxwell. NYC Developmental Readings: CHASING RAINBOWS (Deanna Durbin). University of Michigan-BFA Musical Theatre, Writing minor. Actors Equity Association Award Recipient. Creative arts therapist for nonprofit, RipRap, providing intensive care for pediatric oncology patients. Arts education activist and published writer (including Forbes.com). Former Distinguished Young Woman of America.

ROMELDA TERON BENJAMIN appeared in Smokey Joe's Cafe (BJ Crosby), Bare: A Pop Opera (OOBC, Sister Chantelle), Brooklyn the Musical (OBC, Paradise), Idaho The Musical, The Wiz, Catch Me If You Can (pre-Broadway), Watch What Happening (NeNe Leakes), The Most Powerful Woman in Fashion (Joe's Pub, Andre Leon Talley).

AnnEliza Canning-Skinner recently graduated last spring ('17) from the University of Michigan with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. Credits: MTW 2016-2017 Summer Seasons, The Muny, and Paper Mill Playhouse. Thank you to HCKR, Darlene Kaplan, UMich, and Liza's family for the unconditional love and support. GO BLUE!

Aaron Ramey. Broadway: The Visit (OBC), The Bridges of Madison County (OBC), Jekyll & Hyde (Orig. Revival Cast), Young Frankenstein, Curtains, Thoroughly Modern Millie (OBC). National Tours: South Pacific, Jekyll & Hyde, Sweet Charity, Disney's Beauty & the Beast. Regional/NYC: Dallas Theater Center, Williamstown Theater Festival, Weston Playhouse, Arena Stage, Barrington Stage, Baltimore CenterStage, Arden Theater Company, Papermill Playhouse, Prospect Theater Company, York Theater, NYMF, NAMT. TV: "A Gifted Man", "Kings", "New Amsterdam", Guiding Light, All My Children, As The World Turns. BFA Musical Theatre, Otterbein University. Proud member Actor's Equity Association. www.aaronramey.net

Laura Yen Solito is beyond grateful to be telling this essential and meaningful story. Love is love. Favorite Credits: Kismet (NY City Center); Mercury - Pope (Dixon Place); King and I - Lady Thiang (Arrow Rock Lyceum);South Pacific - Bloody Mary (Broadwayworld.com Award Nomination), Pirates - Edith (PCLO). BFA- Boston Conservatory.

ABOUT NEW YORK MUSICAL FESTIVAL

The New York Musical Festival nurtures the creation, production, and public presentation of stylistically, thematically, and culturally diverse new musicals to ensure the future vitality of musical theater.

Now in its fifteenth year, the Festival is the premier musical theater event in the world. The preeminent site for launching new musicals and discovering new talent, the Festival provides an affordable platform for artists to mount professional productions that reach their peers, industry leaders, and musical theater fans. More than 90 Festival shows have gone on to productions on and Off-Broadway, in regional theaters in all 50 states, and in more than 24 countries worldwide. Festival alumni have received a wide array of awards including the Tony Award® and the Pulitzer Prize. In 2013, NYMF received a special Drama Desk Award in recognition of its work "creating and nurturing new musical theater, ensuring the future of this essential art form."

NYMF is the flagship program of National Music Theater Network, Inc., a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization. 2017 NYMF is sponsored by The City of New York Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, PRG, TheaterMania, Clear Channel Outdoor and Village Voice, and is supported, in part, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

The NYMF PASS is a great way to experience The New York Musical Festival. With a NYMF PASS, you can get into the theater before individual ticket holders. Passes also offer the exclusive ability to book tickets before they go on sale to the public. Individual tickets on sale now.

The 2018 New York Musical Festival will take place July 9th - August 5th. For more information, please visit: www.nymf.org

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“They caught that Mitch again!” Mitch McConnell was trying to have dinner when people in Louisville did a “radio Raheem drive-by” on him. They played Public Enemy’s Fight The Power right outside of the restaurant! He should just eat frozen pizzas at home from now on. READ MORE STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM: SIGN UP FOR OUR […]
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-- Everything would need to go right for the Green Bay Packers to have a perfect record by January of next year, but James Jones has a feeling -- unlike Vince Lombardi -- that it's attainable. The former Packers wide receiver, along with Maurice Jones-Drew, predicted the Packers' 2018 record in an NFL Total Access segment on Tuesday. Could the @packers run the table? @MJD and @89JonesNTAF predict their record  : @NFLTotalAccess pic.twitter.com/FHcrl0yytI — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) July 11, 2018 "The man is back," Jones said, citing the return of Aaron Rodgers as the primary reason behind the Packers' ascension this coming season. Jones, drafted by the Packers in the third round of the 2007 draft, played with both the likes of Brett Favre and Rodgers during an eight-year career in Green Bay. 315 of his 360 regular-season receptions with the Packers came on throws from Rodgers. There may be an obvious sense of bias behind Jones' predictions, but he does have some experience stringing together a copious amount of wins with Rodgers at the helm. "One time when I played with the Green Bay Packers with 12 under the center, we started off 14-0," Jones said. "They start off right here. Got some new little weapons over there; Jimmy Graham, Marcedes Lewis, found out they got a running game when [Aaron] Rodgers was hurt. Still got that now." The Packers, however, started their 2011 campaign 13-0 before losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in week 15. They had pieced together 19 consecutive wins -- including playoffs -- dating back to the previous season that culminated with a Super Bowl XLV victory. Jones-Drew's spin-around with the record predictions had the Packers finishing 12-3-1 with a lone tie with the New England Patriots.  The Packers loaded up on one of their deficient positions in the draft, selecting Louisville cornerback Jaire Alexander with their No. 18 overall selection and Iowa's Josh Jackson at No. 45 -- their first back-to-back pair of cornerbacks since Damarious Randall (No. 30) and Quinten Rollins (No. 62) in 2015. It was the second draft in a row, though, that the Packers landed back-to-back defensive backs to begin their draft. Last year, they selected Washington cornerback Kevin King (No. 33) and North Carolina State. safety Josh Jones (No. 61), both of which are expected to be major contributors in the secondary in 2018. They also drafted three receivers in April to help neutralize the void left behind by losing Jordy Nelson in free agency: Missouri's J'Mon Moore (No. 133), South Florida's Marquez Valdes-Scantling (No. 174) and Notre Dame's Equanimeous St. Brown (No. 207). Some aid from a potent rookie class coincided with second-year jumps from last year's class should definitely help the Packers drastically improve from their 2017 record, but a significant factor in any improvement is going to ride on Rodgers' arm and through the offense -- even with new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. The Packers will need to pull out all the stops to help fulfill Jones' prediction, but realistically, chasing such perfection should help them catch excellence. Filed Under:  Featured Green Bay Packers NFL Categories:  NFC North Tags:  James Jones Wide Receivers Offense Like Like Like 0 points
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.
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The Senate Majority leader was once again the target of protesters as he was forced out of the Italian restaurant Sarino in Schnitzelburg after a group of protesters blared out Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power” to protest his support of Donald Trump’s immigration policy, according to Courier-Journal.

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Ex-Louisville players sue NCAA over vacated national titleA group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four. John Morgan, one of several attorneys representing former Cardinals captain Luke Hancock, the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, and four teammates from that title team, said a lawsuit had been filed and described the NCAA as "a morally bankrupt organization" that exploits student-athletes during a Wednesday news conference. The NCAA stripped Louisville of the title as part of sanctions for violations discovered during an escort scandal investigation.



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KY-LOUISVILLE, 94E Radio and Communications Security Repairer Job Description Radio and Communications Security Repairers maintain the equipment and systems that ensure Army National Guard Units can communicate over secure channels. Your duties will include installing and repairing circuits and wiring, calibrating and aligning equipment components, and stringing overhead cables between utility poles. Other dutie
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KY-LOUISVILLE, 92Y Unit Supply Specialist - Warehouse Manager Job Description Army National Guard Unit Supply Specialists make sure the unit and fellow Soldiers have what they need when they need it. In this role, your keen eye and management ability will keep warehouse functions running smoothly and keep the Guard moving forward. As a Unit Supply Specialist, you will oversee the shipping, storage and supply of
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KY-LOUISVILLE, 92G Food Service Specialist Job Description It's said that an army marches on its stomach. If that's the case, you can be the Soldier who keeps the Army National Guard marching on. In the Army National Guard, the Food Service Specialist takes care of the dietary and nutritional needs of fellow Soldiers, ensuring their ability to meet the challenges before them. You'll learn how to plan and prep me
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KY-LOUISVILLE, 25C Radio Operator/Maintainer Job Description With the Army National Guard's thousands of personnel and countless missions, the need for communications goes beyond vitally important to absolute necessity, because without ongoing and reliable communications, systems fail, orders do not get relayed, and missions come to a grinding halt. That's why the Army National Guard fields the communications ma
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KY-Louisville, NTT DATA Services currently seeks a Senior Delivery Manager - Contact Center Support to join our team in Louisville, Kentucky (US-KY), United States (US). Delivery Manager requires strong experience in application support, automation, software engineering, Project Management, application development and maintenance, and ITIL. Delivery Manager works with support team across the globe to derive busi
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Calling the NCAA a "corrupt organization," the lawyer suing the governing body on behalf of former University of Louisville basketball players made a series of Twitter posts Tuesday evening explaining … Click to Continue »
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Morning Wonketariat! Happy 7/11 Day! Here's some of the things we may be talking about today.


Before we get started, here's a porcupette!

You're welcome!

Rather than stuffing his fat maw with bacon and posing for pictures, Trump took a giant shit all over NATO this morning, falsely claiming that Germany is "captive to Russia because it's getting so much of its energy from Russia," and bitching about the "billions and billions of dollars" spent in defense of NATO allies. He's like a shitty landlord who raises the rent in the middle of winter after the pipes have burst and the gas is shut off.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel clapped back at Trump, stating, "I want to point out one thing: I experienced the Soviet occupation of one part of Germany myself. It is good that we are independent today."

The Trump administration missed its deadline to reunify all 98 immigrant families with the (under-five-years-old) children it kidnapped.

HHS Secretary Alex Azar went on CNN and said Trump's baby jails were "one of the great acts of American generosity and charity," second MAYBE to the Trail of Tears.

Sorry poors, the Trump administration is gutting federal support for small groups who help people get health insurance under the ACA, and is instead asking those groups to push insurance plans that offer fewer benefits and skirt consumer protections.

Here's a quick recap of all the damage Trump has done to civil rights and global stability in one year. You may need the booze...

Trump is turning the dial on his trade war up to 11 with a list of potentials taxes on $200 billion worth of Chinese exports that includes seafood, toilet paper, chemicals, shampoos and soap, paper, handbags, luggage, and propane. Trump's idiotic neo-nationalist trade advisor, Robert Lighthizer, is trying to spin this as a retaliation against Chinese tariffs (that were only enacted AFTER Trump started his trade war).

This morning, BMW announced that it would move production of its SUVs from South Carolina to China because trade wars are easy to win.

A bunch of Scott Pruitt's lackeys are being quit-fired from the EPA; a few will become swamp creatures while others are fucking off to Oklahoma with Pruitt.

Now that the DOJ has dropped all charges, a nonprofit police advocacy group says a lot of cops were overworked and underprepared for the flood of inauguration protesters last year, but adds cops acted recklessly and unlawfully when they confronted J20 protesters, and that "contributed to a large number of First Amendment demonstrators arrested who were not directly involved in destructive or violent behavior." *Slow clap.*

Lisa Page, the FBI lawyer who was sexting Peter Strzok, has stolen Devin Nunes's playbook in her defiance of a subpoena to appear before the House Judiciary Committee on the grounds that the committee hasn't given her enough documents.

Mike Pence is parachuting into flyover country to try and save all Republicans who are about to lose their seats this fall.

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is being thrown under the bus after he stared into a selfie stick and told everyone to leave Russia alone following GOP's July Fourth vacay to Moscow.

Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin is blowing his dog whistle so hard in a new video featuring -- black people -- from the West Louisville Chess Club. See, y'all? Some of Matt Bevin's best friends!

The Bren Company, Orange County, California's largest landowner, has been using license plate readers from a tech company that sells its mass surveillance data to ICE. Late last night the tech company said it only shares its data with local police. Good thing sanctuary cities aren't under attack, amirite?

Beate Zschaepe, a member of a German neo-Nazi terrorist cell, was sentenced to life in prison for acting as an accomplice to the group's killing spree. Good.

Right-wing religious nut Dave Daubenmire thinks all the baby eating lefties are harvesting the adrenaline from aborted babies to get their rocks off.

Sarah Palin took to the interwebs to bitch about being "duped" by Sacha Baron Cohen while he secretly filmed a new show skewering politicos. The big news here is that Sarah Palin can still generate a headline.

Less than a day after WaPo published a story that cited The Onion, Univision wants to sell off The Onion and its Gawker leftovers. Apparently the news businesses isn't very lucrative...HINT HINT!

GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! It's 7/11 Day, and you can get a free Slurpee from 11am to 7pm, if that's your thing.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.

John Morgan, one of several attorneys representing former Cardinals captain Luke Hancock, the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, and four teammates from that title team, said a lawsuit had been filed and described the NCAA as "a morally bankrupt organization" that exploits student-athletes during a Wednesday news conference.

The suit filed Wednesday in Jefferson County Circuit Court does not specify monetary damages.

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A man has been arrested for a June assault that left the victim with life-altering injuries. Harry Lewis Smith, 46, of Louisville, was taken into custody on July 10.
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Lawyers representing several former UofL basketball players spoke for about an hour at a news conference Wednesday, sharing with local media some of the details of their lawsuit against the NCAA.
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          Wisconsin Premiere Of MISS HOLMES Opens 7/4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Peninsula Players Theatre, America's oldest professional resident summer theater and Door County's theatrical icon, opens the riveting murder mystery "Miss Holmes," by Christopher M. Walsh, based on the characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle on Wednesday, July 4. In this deadly and thrilling story, Walsh's Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are intelligent and independent women in 19th Century England.

"It starts with the simple question, 'What if Sherlock and Watson were women?' Walsh said. "Given what we know about the characters as Arthur Conan Doyle conceived them, what would have to change for two women in Victorian England to start solving mysteries together? How would their backgrounds differ from their canon counterparts? How would other characters react? And what would stay the same? And why?"

Artistic Director Greg Vinkler selected "Miss Holmes" for the Peninsula Players winter play reading program, The Play's the Thing, at Björklunden in 2017. "At the end of the reading I asked the audience if they'd like to see it on our stage," Vinkler said. "And they unanimously and enthusiastically said 'YES!!"

Neither woman abides by the conventions of the times. Instead, they forego domestic accomplishments in the pursuit of helping other women in peril. Trapped in an era that refuses to accept them, these unconventional women work together to uncover the secrets surrounding the past of a high-ranking and corrupt Scotland Yard investigator whose previous two wives turned up dead.

Elizabeth Margolius, who directed last year's production of "The Bridges of Madison County," returns to Peninsula Players to direct "Miss Holmes." Margolius is an alumna of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab in New York and a Chicago-based director. She has earned several Joseph Jefferson Award nominations for her stage and movement direction.

"As in most Sherlock Holmes' mysteries, what begins as a seemingly simple request turns into an unraveling of events and the investigation of a murder or two," said Margolius.

Miss Holmes possesses one of the greatest deductive minds of her generation, and Dr. Dorothy Watson struggles to make a difference at the only hospital in London that will hire female doctors. Their investigation into mysterious deaths is made even more difficult by a rigid Victorian society that does not condone two women who challenge the societal norms of their day. Peninsula Players veterans Cassandra Bissell and Maggie Kettering reprise their roles as Sherlock and Dr. Watson from the winter play reading series.

"Both women are incredible actresses," Margolius said. "They are each able to bring very different airs to their characters. Cassie is deftly able to portray the steady, analytical side of the character and Maggie energetically brings the honesty and kindness to hers. And, they are both so much fun to be in the rehearsal room with - always open to exploration!"

Bissell has performed in several Peninsula Players productions including "Opus," "Around the World in 80 Days," "Is He Dead?," "Be My Baby," "Doubt," "Red Herring," "Proof" and "A Man for All Seasons." She has performed across the country at such theaters as Actors' Theatre of Louisville, Arizona Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Cleveland Play House, Company of Fools (Sun Valley, Idaho), freeFall Theatre (St. Petersburg, Florida), Great Lakes Theater (Cleveland, Ohio), Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Indiana Repertory, Milwaukee Repertory, People's Light (Malvern, Pennsylvania), Renaissance Theaterworks (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) and the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Kettering was last seen in the Players' production of "Outside Mullingar" and "Lend Me a Tenor." Her regional theater work includes House Theatre's production of "Season on the Line" which earned her a Joseph Jefferson Nomination; "Holmes and Watson" at Milwaukee Repertory Theater; Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of "Henry IV, parts 1 and 2;" and several productions with Great Lakes Theater and the Michigan Shakespeare Festival.

Vinkler and Margolius agree that Walsh does a wonderful job of recreating the style and world of Conan Doyle's stories. "This new take on the genre is cunning and highly enjoyable and absolutely captivating," Vinkler said. "'Miss Holmes' is a must-see for all Baker Street Irregulars. I'm an avid Sherlock Holmes fan and I'm just crazy about this piece!"

Peninsula Players veterans under Margolius' direction include Neil Brookshire ("The 39 Steps"); Erica Elam ("Now and Then," "The Actuary," "Almost, Maine"); Sean Fortunato ("Butler," "Chicago," "And Then There Were None") as Mycroft Holmes; Karl Hamilton ("The Bridges of Madison County," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime"); Dan Klarer ("Peter and the Starcatcher," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime"); Tim Monsion ("Dial M for Murder," "Angel Street," "Opus") as Inspector Lestrade; and Barbara Robertson ("Now and Then," "Noises Off," "Broadway Bound") as Mrs. Hudson and Eudora, the mother of a suspected murder victim.

The performance credits of the cast span regional theaters across the country from the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and Seattle's ACT to Asolo Rep in Sarasota, Florida to Playwrights Horizon in New York.

Regional and award-winning designers crafting the cobble-stoned streets of Victorian London include scenic designer Jack Magaw ("The Bridges of Madison County," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime") lighting designer Jason Fassl ("The Full Monty," "Always...Patsy Cline"), costume designer Rachel Lambert ("Now and Then," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime") sound designer Christopher Kriz ("Peter and the Starcatcher," "The 39 Steps") and properties designer Amanda Hermann ("The Tin Woman," "The Hollow.")

"Miss Holmes" is sponsored by a Friend of the Players and True Essence Healing Arts - Margaret and Dale West.

Nestled along Door County, Wisconsin's scenic shore, the award-winning acting company of Peninsula Players has been enthralling generations of audiences in its 600-plus seat, all-weather pavilion since 1935, presenting hundreds of pre-Broadway tryouts, world premières, classic dramas, comedies and musicals.

Peninsula Players is a professional not-for-profit theater that collaborates with members of Actors' Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers; United Scenic Artists (USA), a labor union and professional association of Designers, Artists and Craftspeople; and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), a theatrical union of stage directors and choreographers.

"Miss Holmes" perform Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 7:30 p.m., except for Sunday, July 22 at 4 p.m. A post-show discussion will be held Tuesday, July 10 with the creative team and cast and Saturday, July 14 when playwright Christopher M. Walsh joins the discussion. For information or tickets phone the Box Office at (920) 868-3287 or visit www.peninsulaplayers.com.


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LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Eight former supervisors and safety officers at a Kentucky coal company have been indicted on federal charges that they rigged dust monitoring in underground mines, forcing miners to work in the kind of dirty conditions that can lead to black lung disease. The eight company officials were charged Wednesday on one count of conspiracy to defraud...
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A group of former Louisville men’s basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the Cardinals’ vacated 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.

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A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.
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A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.

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Courier JournalA group of former Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball players filed their lawsuit against the NCAA on Wednesday, accusing the organization of portraying members of the 2013 team in a false light. The suit seeks to restore the team’s 2013 championship …Former UofL basketball players suing NCAA to ‘get back what was wrongfully taken’WLKY LouisvilleEx-Louisville […]
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Courier JournalFormer Louisville basketball players are fed up over the NCAA’s decision to vacate more than 100 wins in 2012 and 2013 — including the 2013 national championship — as a result of the school’s escort scandal. Luke Hancock and Tim Henderson confirmed … and more …read more Source:: NCAA Basketball News By Google News
          Ex-Louisville Players Sue NCAA Over Vacated Title      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.

John Morgan, one of several attorneys representing former Cardinals captain Luke Hancock, the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, and four teammates from that title team, said a lawsuit had been filed and described the NCAA as "a morally bankrupt organization" that exploits student-athletes during a Wednesday news conference.

The NCAA stripped Louisville of the title as part of sanctions for violations discovered during an escort scandal investigation.

The governing body in February denied the school's appeal and vacated 123 victories, including their third NCAA title, following an escort's book allegations in October 2015 that former basketball staffer Andre McGee hired her and other dancers for sex parties. Louisville removed the championship banner from its home arena soon afterward.

"We are used to fighting giants," Morgan said. "In the sports world, I don't think any giant exists like the NCAA. The NCAA is a giant, but the NCAA is a morally bankrupt organization that has taken advantage of economically disadvantaged kids throughout the country.

"They answer to nobody but are bad for everybody."

Morgan also mentioned former Louisville players Gorgui Dieng, Tim Henderson, Stephan Van Treese and Mike Marra as plaintiffs in the lawsuit.

The liability attorney did not mention former Louisville coach Rick Pitino, who has denied knowledge of the activities alleged by Katina Powell in her book "Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen."

Several investigations soon followed after Powell's allegations, including ones by the school and the NCAA. Louisville's own investigation found that violations did occur and imposed penalties including sitting out the 2016 postseason in an effort to mitigate NCAA penalties.

The organization in June 2017 ordered Louisville to vacate victories that included the championship and Final Four appearance for activities it described as "repugnant" in its decision. Pitino was suspended for five games for failing to monitor McGee and vowed to fight the penalties. The school and the coach vowed then to fight the penalties.

As the appeals process unfolded, the Hall of Fame coach was suspended and eventually fired after 16 seasons last fall following Louisville's acknowledgment of its involvement in a federal corruption of college basketball.

Pitino is not named in the federal complaint and has denied knowledge of any payments made to the family of former Louisville recruit Brian Bowen. The coach is suing the school along with sportswear maker Adidas, which dropped him after his firing.


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The NCAA is being sued by a group of former Louisville basketball players over its decision to vacate the national championship won by the Cardinals in 2013.

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The NCAA is being sued by a group of former Louisville basketball players over its decision to vacate the national championship won by the Cardinals in 2013.

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A group of former Louisville men's basketball players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA over the organization's vacation of the Cardinals' 2013 national championship and 2012 Final Four.
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Several ex-Louisville players have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA after an escort scandal prompted the organization to punish the program.


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Louisville, Kentucky-based SentryHealth, a healthcare company formerly known as Edumedics, has closed $9.5 million in Series A financing. Lunsford Capital led the round.
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          Two ELCA Seminaries Get a Total of $50 Million; Wartburg $500,000.But Can Anyone Teach Justification by Faith? They Are As Bad As WELS-ELS-LCMS, But They Have More Loot      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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https://www.luthersem.edu/news/press_room.aspx?news_item_id=383

Luther Seminary receives $21.4 million commitment to pilot a two-year Master of Divinity program



Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Luther Seminary has received the largest single donation in its history: a $21.4 million commitment to pilot a two-year Master of Divinity program.

The two-year degree program, covering tuition and some living expenses for students, will launch in fall 2019 and enables students to shorten their education to two years from the current three to four years and ensures that they take on no new personal debt.

Dean Buntrock, the founder and former chairman and CEO of Waste Management, Inc., and long-time benefactor of Lutheran higher education, made the donation covering the five-year pilot program. The donation includes a year of planning and resources to add faculty and staff.

“This pilot project is designed to inspire and support innovative leadership development churchwide," Buntrock said. "It will attract exceptional candidates from across the nation who show potential to be spiritually strong, theologically faithful, and entrepreneurially innovative. The outcomes will lead to further church leadership innovation for years to come. It is also my hope that others in the church will step up and ensure the long term and broad sustainability of education for our church. ”

Buntrock’s gift builds on Luther’s new vision, new curriculum and, starting in fall 2018, the new Jubilee full tuition scholarship for all Master of Divinity and Master of Arts students admitted to Luther Seminary.

“This transformative investment by Dean Buntrock promotes game-changing innovation in educating church leaders, ultimately serving the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and church bodies across the nation,” said Rev. Dr. Robin J. Steinke, president of Luther Seminary.  “Luther Seminary’s new vision calls us to undertake exactly this kind of leadership formation, embedded within some of the most adaptive congregations we serve.”

Students enrolled in this newly designed Master of Divinity will work through the curriculum year-round for two consecutive years while completing concurrent part-time congregational internships that provide high-impact learning experiences through real-world application. They will receive full-tuition scholarships, living expense stipends, books and other learning materials, computer software, and travel expenses for immersion experiences. They also will be paid for their internships in accordance with ELCA standards. In addition, by reducing the time spent in seminary to two years, students will realize a significant savings in living expenses, estimated at more than $100,000 per learner.

"Identifying, inviting, equipping, and supporting leaders is one of the highest priorities for our work in the ELCA,” said Presiding Bishop Elizabeth A. Eaton, who launched the ELCA Leadership Initiative in November 2016. "We are thankful for Dean Buntrock's generous investment in Lutheran theological education and the benefits this innovative pilot program will have across the church."

Founded in 1869 by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants, Luther Seminary currently educates nearly 40 percent of the ELCA’s pastors and church leaders, provides continuing education to more than 3,000 pastors each year, and supports more than 50,000 pastors every week through our Working Preacher digital resource.

Our vision is this: the Holy Spirit calls Luther Seminary to lead faithful innovation for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a rapidly changing world.

United Lutheran Seminary Gets $30 Million Gift

Latini lasted a bit longer as What's-His-Name at Michigan Lutheran Seminary (WELS), and missed out on her $30 million bonus.


United Lutheran Seminary, a theological school with campuses in Philadelphia and Gettysburg, has received a $30 million bequest from an anonymous donor, described by school officials only as a woman who lived in the Midwest and died earlier this year.

The donation — one of the largest in the history of an educational institution affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America — will be used to fund a faculty chair and student scholarships starting in the fall of next year.

It was announced May 18 on the school’s website before graduation — the first since Lutheran Theological Seminary in Mount Airy and its counterpart in Gettysburg merged last year after decades of failed attempts.

“This [donation] will have a transformative impact on educational opportunities for future leaders of the church for decades to come,” said the Rev. Angela Zimmann, vice president of institutional advancement for the 325-student United Lutheran Seminary. “We’ve been working to reduce their educational debt and make seminary education accessible to those who feel the call to serve, and this donation will have that impact.”

The bequest was made in memory of the Rev. James Franklin Kelly, a Lutheran minister who graduated from Gettysburg Seminary in 1920, and his wife, Hope Anna Eyster Kelly.  Rev. Kelly died in 1983 at age 89, and his wife died in 1973.

Rev. Kelly served as pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Wilmington from 1926 to 1953. He also led the congregations of Christ Lutheran Church in Erie and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Connersville, Ind., where he moved after he resigned from the Wilmington church.

According to obituaries in several newspapers, the Kellys had one daughter, Gladys Kelly Ellis, who died at age 95 in February. She had battled polio and rheumatic fever as a child and became a nurse as a tribute to the women who had tended to her.  During World War II, she worked at Fort DuPont in Delaware, helping treat prisoners of war. She later married George M. Ellis Jr., a prominent physician in Connersville, and the couple worked together in his office for 40 years. Dr. Ellis died in 2010. The couple had no children.

Zimmann said that she had met with the anonymous donor in December but had no idea that the bequest was $30 million until the benefactor passed away shortly after their visit.

“The executrix called and said, ‘Do you know how much?’ ” Zimmann said. “We were floored.”

School officials also have announced that Richard Green, who served as interim president of Lincoln University for two years ending in 2017, will become interim president of the seminary on June 4. He takes the helm following the departure of Theresa Latini, who was fired from her position as president in March after less than a year on the job.

Latini was dismissed after reports that she had once led an organization that supported reparative therapy practices claiming to turn gay men and women straight. Latini had long ago repudiated the organization and such practices, but did not disclose her affiliation with the group during interviews for the position. She had told the chairperson of the school’s trustee board about the association, but the official did not share the information with the remainder of the governing body until rumors began circulating on campus. Eight board members resigned during the controversy.

Green, a lifelong Lutheran, is a graduate of Concordia College, an ELCA school in Moorhead, Minn. He earned his doctorate from the University of Louisville. He has served as interim provost at both St. Cloud State University in Minnesota and Albany State University in Georgia.

He joins the seminary at a time when school officials are working to merge two schools, faculties, staffs, student populations, and campus cultures. The seminary is also coping with changes in theological education and religious practice and commitment that are remaking faith life.

Zimmann said she expects the $30 million donation will help the school confront those changes.

Published: May 30, 2018 — 5:43 PM EDT

Wartburg Seminary's Fast Track Program

 Every seminary president should have a doctorate, so Louise Johnson's school gave her one, for outstanding registration work at the Philadelphia Seminary.


Wartburg Theological Seminary has received a $497,115 grant from The Kern Family Foundation to streamline preparation for pastoral ministry for first career ministerial students in partnership with Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. The grant allows for implementation of a fully integrated Bachelor of Arts/Master of Divinity degree program to provide leadership, theological education and spiritual formation embedded in congregational contexts. 

This new program will include 3 years of BA education at Wartburg College with at least one semester interfacing with Wartburg Seminary, Dubuque, IA. The final 3 years (which includes a year to complete an internship required by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) will be located in a collaborative congregational context.

Louise N. Johnson, Wartburg Seminary President, explains, “The generosity of the Kern Foundation and the partnership of Wartburg College offer us an extraordinary opportunity to press into our calling to form young faith leaders, who can proclaim words of hope, healing, forgiveness, mercy, grace to a world desperately longing to hear and to know the living God.”



 Webber started out ELCA, so UOJ is just like home for him.


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