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          Indy Live – Our Next Happy Rant Podcast Live Event      Cache   Translate Page      
On Sunday, March 31 Ted Kluck, Ronnie Martin, and I will be hosting our third live Happy Rant Podcast event. The two previous events, both in Louisville, were a grand time of laughs, snacks, coffee, Q&A, and fun. This event will be held at Soma Church in Indianapolis on the eve of The Gospel Coalition’s […]
          Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Hall & Oates set for Bourbon & Beyond Festival 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
The Louisville event also promises Zac Brown Band John Fogerty, ZZ Top, The Flaming Lips, Trey Anastasio Band, Alison Krauss, and Grace Potter.
          Foo Fighters, Robert Plant Lead 2019 Bourbon & Beyond Festival Lineup      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The Iron King #0 by Julie Kagawa (12)      Cache   Translate Page      
23 Pages

AMAZON

This special edition features never before seen images of the New York Times best selling novels. The Iron King is the first book in the Iron Fey series, and follows the adventures of a girl named Meghan Chase. On her sixteenth birthday, Meghan discovers her little brother has been kidnapped by a faery race known as 'the Fey' and even worse, replaced with an evil changeling and taken into 'Nevernever'. Meghan bravely ventures into the faery realm to rescue him, and that's where an epic plot unfolds.

Author Bio:
Born in Sacramento, CA, Julie Kagawa moved to Hawaii at the age of nine. There she learned many things; how to bodyboard, that teachers scream when you put centipedes in their desks, and that writing stories in math class is a great way to kill time. Her teachers were glad to see her graduate.
Julie now lives is Louisville, KY with her husband and furkids. She is the international and NYT bestselling author of The Iron Fey series. Visit her at juliekagawa.com.

My Review of The Iron King
My Review of Winter's Passage
My Review of The Iron Daughter
My Review of Summer's Crossing
My Review of The Iron Queen
My Review of The Iron Knight
My Review of Iron's Prophecy
My Review of The Lost Prince
My Review of The Iron Traitor
My Review of The Iron Warrior

My Review of The Immortal Rules
My Review of The Eternity Cure
My Review of The Forever Song

My Review of Talon
My Review of Rogue
My Review of Soldier

My Review of Shadow of the Fox



REVIEW:
What a waste.
There was like 3 pages of actual story that abruptly ended, and the rest was just illustrations. Nice illustrations, but boring still. I thought I would at least get a little tale, even if it was one I had already read.
This was literally a waste of my time.


1/5



**Compensation may be earned from the links within. An ecopy was provided from NetGalley. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

           Comment on Scott Satterfield Press Conference: Spring Showcase by Photo Gallery: Louisville Football Spring Showcase – Cardinal Sports Zone       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Bet Smart: Atlantic Coast Conference      Cache   Translate Page      

 

Major conference tournament action tips off Tuesday when the Atlantic Coast Conference hits the floor in Charlotte with three first round games. All the other power conference tournaments begin Wednesday.

Media, fans, and bettors will be watching the Duke Blue Devils very closely. Zion Williamson will reportedly return from his knee injury for the ACC tourney. If he’s anywhere near 100%, the Blue Devils are serious championship threats this week and in the Big Dance. If not, Duke remains on the short list of elite teams…but only “a name in the hat.”

Last week, VSiN introduced you to the concept of using conference margin averages to visualize quality from top to bottom in any league. Numbers aren’t perfectly clean in this 15-team grouping because the schedule doesn’t permit a full double round robin (that would be 28 games!) ACC teams did play 18 games against each other, which is at least enough to get a good sense of point differentials up and down the scale.

ACC Regular Season Margins in Conference Play: Virginia +13.7, North Carolina +11.0, Duke +8.6, Florida State +5.2, Louisville +4.7, Virginia Tech +3.8, Clemson +2.6, NC State +0.4, Syracuse -0.1, Miami -5.1, Boston College -7.1, Notre Dame -7.2, Pittsburgh -8.6, Georgia Tech -8.6, Wake Forest -13.6

Duke was only +1.8 in the six games Zion missed (counting both games against North Carolina because he was injured so early in the first meeting). Think of them as about +12 with him, +2 without in ACC action.

With three elite teams in this event, earning the #1 seed was very important. Virginia has a relatively friendly pathway to the semifinals…only needing to beat the winner of Wednesday’s NC State/Clemson game. North Carolina and Duke will probably have tougher quarterfinal opponents, then have to face each other if they sweep through to the semi’s.

Here’s a quick look at seedings by bracket section…

*Virginia’s Quarter: #1 Virginia, #8 NC State, #9 Clemson.

*Florida State’s Quarter: #4 FSU, #5 Virginia Tech, #12 Miami, #13 Wake Forest.

*North Carolina’s Quarter: #2 UNC, #7 Louisville, #10 Georgia Tech, #15 Notre Dame.

*Duke’s Quarter: #3 Duke, #6 Syracuse, #11 Boston College, #14 Pittsburgh.

Remember that it’s best to avoid betting “futures” prices to win any conference tournament. You’ll typically earn a better return with a “rolling parlay” approach. Invest whatever you were thinking about for a futures bet on your chosen team to win its first game on the money line. Roll over your return round by round, with the option of stopping if a key player is seriously injured in a victory.

VSiN will quickly run through conference margin averages Wednesday for the Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, SEC, and Pac 12…all of which begin during a very busy basketball bonanza. That will include a special look at the first postseason game for St. John’s. The Red Storm plummeted all the way to a #7 seed in the Big East because other teams closed so well, and will host #10 seed DePaul (FS1, 9:30 p.m. Wednesday).


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          Big East Tournament odds Villanova Marquette favorites      Cache   Translate Page      

A strong showing in the Big East Tournament has often equaled NCAA tourney success.

Villanova not only won the Big Dance last season but also cut down the nets at Madison Square Garden a few weeks earlier, beating Providence in the Big East Tournament title game. When the Wildcats won it all in 2016, they made it to the tourney championship game but ended up falling to Seton Hall. Going back a few years, a Big East tournament title propelled both the 2013 Louisville Cardinals and the 2011 UConn Huskies to NCAA championships.

It remains to be seen if Villanova is up to the task of winning two tournaments in the span of a month this year. While the Wildcats are the co-favorites to win this week’s tourney along with Marquette, it’s important to remember that Villanova hasn’t won a non-home game since late January (an 86-74 win at DePaul). There are plenty of Villanova alums in Manhattan, of course, but it’s still a concern. We saw St. John’s take advantage of that Garden crowd last month when they dumped ’Nova 71-65 behind 22 points from LJ Figueroa.

Here are the latest Big East tournament odds.

VILLANOVA                        2/1

MARQUETTE                      2/1

CREIGHTON                        5/1

SETON HALL                       8/1

XAVIER                               12/1

ST JOHN'S                           12/1

Bet Now

GEORGETOWN                 15/1

BUTLER                              18/1

PROVIDENCE                    30/1

DEPAUL                              60/1

The best value here is definitely the middle tier teams. Co-favorite Marquette is reeling heading into the BE tourney having lost four straight. Creighton, Seton Hall, Xavier and Georgetown have all proven to be capable of beating top teams.


          2020 RB Marvin Scott III Announces Commitment      Cache   Translate Page      

Port Orange (Fla.) Spruce Creek three-star running back Marvin Scott III is off the board. Scott has committed to Wake Forest. The 2020 recruit announced his pledge this afternoon. He chose the Demon Deacons over offers from Appalachian State, Louisville, Marshall and North Carolina. “I want to thank God for doing all he has done […]

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          Aristopopulism, Partisan Divides, and John Ruskin      Cache   Translate Page      
Make plans to join FPR in Louisville on September 14th for our fall conference: Paying Tribute to Wendell Berry. “The Integralist Mirroring of Liberal Ideals.” Timothy Troutner offers a critique of both liberalism and integralism. He concludes that “we must begin not with grandiose integralist dreams about a revived Habsburg Empire or schemes for a […]
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          The United City-States Of America, Mapped - An Experiment In Redividing The Country      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Nolan Gray via Medium.com,

From ancient Greece to Renaissance Italy to the Four Asian Tigers, city-states have always punched above their weight. They’ve driven culture forward, facilitated global commerce, and charged ahead of their nation-bound peers.

Indeed, cities  - and the metropolitan regions that orbit around them  -  make sense as a political and economic unit. The key services we depend on government to do, from building infrastructure to ensuring public safety, are mostly handled by cities. And contrary to earlier predictions, the forces of globalization and the rise of the information economy have only made cities more important as economic engines and innovation hubs. It’s no surprise, then, that cities — and their mayors — are increasingly finding their voices in a world previously dominated by nations and international entities.

Unfortunately, the way the United States is structured today undermines this trend by privileging states as the key political entity. State boundaries in these modern times are typically arbitrary and often no longer reflect any meaningful political, cultural, or economic reality. Some U.S. cities, both big and small, manage to straddle state borders (think Texarkana or Bristol) while others run right up to the state edge but sharply hug the border (think Cincinnati or St. Louis). And a number of states are inexplicably fragmented because their seat of government is very different from their most populous town (think New York City/Albany and Chicago/Springfield). This often results in excessive fragmentationunproductive competition, and a near total lack of regional land-use and transportation planning. We all suffer as a result.

Both to satisfy my own curiosity and set out a vision for what a city-oriented United States might look like, I decided to make a map that dispensed with the continental 48 states and instead divvied up the land into 100 city-states.

As a process-obsessed city planner, I started by listing the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas in the continental United States. This seemed like the natural base for any potential city-states as MSAs reflect economic integration. Next, I mixed in combined statistical areas, which factor together adjacent metro- and micropolitan areas. I cut the list to the top 100 units by population. (Congratulations to Lancaster, Pennsylvania — the smallest unit to make the cut!)

Then came the mapping. I used shapefiles provided by the Census to make “city-state cores” on a single map using GIS, a tool used for map making and spatial analysis. By using more data and selecting certain attributes, I assigned each county to a city-state core. To finish it up, I cleaned up awkward and nonsensical boundaries with some manual adjustment.

The final product was this map, and it led me to several takeaways:

The eastern United States is like medieval Europe.

As of 2010, the population center of the United States is somewhere in the middle of Missouri. It’s been moving westward, needless to say, but also south over time. This mostly jives with this map: The United States east of the Kansas-Missouri line is a dynamic hodgepodge of small, densely populated city-states. The economies and cultures of places like New York and Philadelphia, Charlotte and Greensboro, and Fort Wayne and South Bend will likely always be intimately intermingled. West of this line, excluding California and Texas, the United States is largely underpopulated, with cities like Denver, Omaha, and Boise playing an outsized role — economically and culturally — in their respective regions.

My home state of Kentucky is shattered.

Let’s face it: Kentucky is incoherent as a cultural-political entity. The Louisville metropolitan area and the northern Kentucky suburbs of Cincinnati are essentially southern reaches of the Rust Belt. The state’s east and southeast have more in common with West Virginia, including a shared Appalachian heritage. Western and southwestern Kentucky feel much more conventionally Southern. All of this is largely captured by how the state is divided up. Not accidentally, the only purely Kentucky city-state produced — Lexington — captures most of what Kentucky is best known for: University of Kentucky basketball, the first Kentucky Fried Chicken, most of the major bourbon distilleries, the Daniel Boone National Forest, and the state’s famous Bluegrass horse farm region.

Maine and Minnesota are basically already city-states.

Only two city-states capture the entirety of a current U.S. state: Portland, which captures Maine and parts of New Hampshire, and Minneapolis-St. Paul, which captures Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin, South Dakota, and three-quarters of North Dakota. Portland barely made the cut; in an actual fragmentation scenario, I could see most of Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine falling under a Boston city-state. Minneapolis-St. Paul, however, makes sense. Its influence sweeps across the northern Midwest, as evidenced in films like Fargo. Some western metro areas in New Mexico and Utah nearly made the cut, but their southern regions were nipped by El Paso and Las Vegas, respectively.

Some states would disappear entirely.

A handful of states in this new map are completely covered by the city-states of their former neighboring states. Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont would all basically be gone. Delaware and Rhode Island both have great cities — Wilmington and Providence — but both would be unambiguously absorbed by their monolithic neighbors — Philadelphia and Boston, respectively. The upper Mountain West as well as New Hampshire and Vermont simply lack large cities.

City-states of tomorrow may boom at any time.

As states like Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota continue to experience explosive population growth, they will inevitably give rise to their own great cities. For all we know, Billings, Fargo, and Sioux Falls could emerge as urban powerhouses in the 21st century, not unlike nearby Minneapolis, Denver, and Salt Lake City did in the 20th century.

An odd oversight in our federal system is that it’s basically impossible for states to split, join, or shift around their borders. Outside of a few weird cases — such as West Virginia — basically all new states have come from newly settled land. As new city-states emerge in places like the Mountain West, how would they be incorporated into this system? Would the arrangement be capped at 100 city-states? Alternatively, could states combine as their economies and development slowly blends, as could very well happen with small city-states like Lancaster, Toledo, and Fresno? It’s a fun thought experiment.

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In a time when we aren’t often drawing up new borders for established countries like the U.S., it’s interesting to think “what if.” What might be the political implications of a system like this? At the outset, a system of city-states could help to achieve economies of scale in providing local services like libraries and parks, saving taxpayers money while improving service quality.

But they could also overcome some of the prisoner’s dilemma problems associated with policies like housing, schools, and subsidies. In our current system of municipal fragmentation, it’s easy for NIMBYs (“Not in My Back Yard” campaigns) to block the construction of new housing in prospering areas and keep low- and moderate-income students out of high-quality schools districts. A unified city-state could overcome some of these issues, taking the broader perspective and equitably distributing the burdens and benefits of growth.

A city-state restructuring could also have deep implications for national politics. One of the key takeaways of the 2016 presidential election is the mounting urban-rural political divide, with voters in cities and the countryside growing increasingly disconnected and antagonistic toward one another. (At the bottom of this piece is a map of how the city-states likely would have voted.) Insomuch as a city-state scenario would bundle Americans based on broadly similar economic, social, cultural backgrounds, it could encourage both sides to seriously contend with with the needs and preferences of their neighbors.

Of course, at this stage, it’s all speculation. How would you have drawn city-state boundaries differently? What do you think would be the political implications?


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          Huntington Theatre Company Announces 2019 Breaking Ground Festival      Cache   Translate Page      

The Huntington Theatre Company's 2019 Breaking Ground festival of new plays will be held April 12 - 14, 2019 at the Huntington's home for new work, the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. The festival is a vital part of the Huntington's new play development efforts and highlights the work of locally-based Huntington Playwriting Fellows and national writers in partnership with the Huntington. Over the last decade, Breaking Ground plays have gone on to appear at the Huntington as well as theatres in Boston, across the country, and internationally.

Readings are free and open to the public, though not to reviewing members of the press. Advance reservation is required. RSVP at https://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/new-work/breaking-ground/

The three-day festival will include:

Saturday, April 13 at 8pm; South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

  • Deal Me Out written by MJ Halberstadt, directed by Rebecca Bradshaw
    Sunday, April 14 at 7pm; South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

Of this year's festival, Huntington Theatre Company's Director of New Work, Charles Haugland says, "The new plays in this year's Breaking Ground festival each highlight their playwright's distinct voice - from Brenda Withers' riotous and insightful send-up, to MJ Halberstadt's clever and surprising comedy, to Maurice Parent and Melinda Lopez's arresting look at education and identity. We look forward to showcasing these brilliant writers from the Boston community and to spending an evening in the company of each of their plays."

Breaking Ground is supported by The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, the Harry Kondoleon Playwriting Fund, and the Stanford Calderwood Fund for New American Plays.

MORE ABOUT THE PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS

The Kritik

Written by Brenda Withers

Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel

Friday, April 12 at 8pm

South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

RSVP at https://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/new-work/breaking-ground/

In an imagined corner of 19th century Russia, a provincial theatre critic struggles to write his first honest review. A send-up and celebration of the theatre, the truth, and all things Chekhovian, The Kritik joyfully examines how candor, corruption, and community affect the creative process.

Brenda Withers is a playwright, actor, and founding member of the Harbor Stage Company on Cape Cod. Her plays include The Deer and the Antelope, Northside Hollow (with Jonathan Fielding), The Ding Dongs, and String Around My Finger, and have been developed and presented at places such as Portland Stage, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Urbanite Theatre, Amphibian Stage, and Gloucester Stage. Onstage she has appeared at theatres including Actors Theatre of Louisville, McCarter Theater Center, PS122, the Folger, and Hartford Stage. Her work has been awarded an Edgerton Award and the Clauder Prize, and she's enjoyed playwriting residencies with New Georges and the Camargo Foundation. She studied drama and religion at Dartmouth College.

Mr. Parent

Written by Melinda Lopez & Maurice E. Parent

Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian

Saturday, April 13 at 8pm

South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

RSVP at https://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/new-work/breaking-ground/

When an actor turns to teaching for a steady paycheck, he learns that it's less of a job and more of a constant, visceral reminder of one's own success and/or failure. Mr. Parent is a hilarious, joyful, and heartbreakingly honest peek into the kids, adults, and systems of the Boston Public Schools. Based on the real-life adventures of favorite Boston actor Maurice Parent, Mr. Parent asks, "What does it mean to show up for our kids - and ourselves?"

Melinda Lopez is the playwright-in-residence at the Huntington Theatre Company, a Huntington Playwriting Fellow, and is currently working on a new translation of Yerma to be produced by the Huntington May 31 - June 30, 2019. She is also developing a radio drama, Mariel, set in 2018 and 1980, during the Mariel Boatlift. She is the author of Mala, (ArtsEmerson, Guthrie Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Elliot Norton Award for Best New Play, Arts Impulse Award for Best Solo Performance: Emerson Stage) now available on Audible; Back the NIght (Boston Playwrights Theatre); Becoming Cuba (Huntington Theatre Company, North Coast Rep); and Sonia Flew (Elliot Norton Award, Huntington Theatre Company, and many others). Ser Cuba and Sonia Se Fue are available in Spanish translation and were presented at the 2018 National Theatre Festival in Camaguey, Cuba.

Ms. Lopez is one of the Mellon Foundation National Playwright Residents (at the Huntington) and a Mass Cultural Council Fellow in Dramatic Writing (2019), and is also an actress. She is active in providing humanitarian aid for the people of Cuba and was mentioned by President Obama in his speech to the Cuban and American people in 2016. Mayor Martin J. Walsh declared October 29, 2016 "Melinda Lopez Day in the city of Boston" in her honor.

Maurice Emmanuel Parent is a Boston-based actor, director, educator, and arts administrator with nearly 20 years of experience. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of The Front Porch Arts Collective, a professional, black-led theatre company committed to advancing racial equity in Boston through theatre. As an actor, Mr. Parent has performed across the nation and overseas, working with artists such as Leslie Uggams, Jonathan Groff, and director Liesl Tommy. In Boston he's performed on nearly every professional theatrical stage, winning two Elliot Norton Awards, three Independent Reviewers of New England Awards (IRNE), and one Arts Impulse Award. Mr. Parent's directorial debut Breath and Imagination was recently nominated for a 2019 IRNE Award. He has been an educator for 14 years, having spent nearly six years as a performing arts specialist in the Boston Public School system. Mr. Parent is currently a professor at Tufts University and Boston University, and is the 2018-2019 Monan Professor in Theatre Arts for Boston College.

Deal Me Out

Written by MJ Halberstadt

Directed by Rebecca Bradshaw

Sunday, April 14 at 7pm

South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

RSVP at https://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/new-work/breaking-ground/

Before beginning their longstanding weekly board game night, a group of social outcasts sets out to kick out the friend who has been grating on their nerves. A play about what happens when friendships are at odds with firmly held beliefs, Deal Me Out has the risky conversations people are afraid of having.

MJ Halberstadt is a playwright and teacher, and can usually be found knitting geometric patterns on his couch in Brookline, MA. His work seeks humor within social commentary, often as it relates to LGBTQ stories and privilege. He is a 2017-19 Huntington Playwriting Fellow, recipient of the Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding New Script (The Launch Prize), commissioned playwright at SpeakEasy Stage, and adjunct professor of screenwriting at Emerson College. His work has been produced by Arctic Group, Bridge Repertory Theater, Fresh Ink Theater, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Pingree School, and others. He has received support from Assets 4 Artists, BU's Creative Writing Global Fellowship, Company One's PlayLab, Flat Earth Theatre, KCACTF, Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Museum of Science Boston, and NOMTI. He is a Playmaker Emeritus of Bridge Repertory Theater, alumnus of Emerson College (BA) and Boston University (MFA), and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Inc. Learn more at mjhalberstadt.com.

ABOUT THE Huntington Theatre Company'S NEW PLAY INITIATIVES AND PLAYWRITING FELLOWS PROGRAM

The Huntington Theatre Company is a national leader in the development of new plays and has produced 120 world, American, or New England premieres. The cornerstone of activity is the Huntington Playwriting Fellows (HPF) program, a two-year fellowship for selected local writers. A three-year, $245,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon foundation adds local playwright Melinda Lopez to the Huntington's full-time staff as playwright-in-residence. The annual two-week Summer Workshop and Breaking Ground Festival of new plays allows selected HPFs and national writers to develop their plays in two and three dimensions.

The Huntington Playwriting Fellows (HPF) program creates relationships between a local community of writers and a nationally prominent producing theatre, forges those bonds through authentic conversation and artistic collaboration, and encourages dialogue between local artists. Huntington productions of plays by HPFs include Sonia Flew, Becoming Cuba, and Mala by Melinda Lopez; Milk Like Sugar and Luck of the Irish by Kirsten Greenidge; A Guide for the Homesick by Ken Urban; The Atheist, Brendan, and The Second Girl by Ronan Noone; Stick Fly and Smart People by Lydia R. Diamond; Ryan Landry's "M" and Psyched by Ryan Landry; Before I Leave You by Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro; The Cry of the Reed by Sinan Ünel; and Shakespeare's Actresses in America by Rebekah Maggor.

Since 2003, the HPF program has invited writers to participate in two-year residencies, during which playwrights receive a modest honorarium, join in a biweekly writers' collective with artistic staff, attend Huntington productions and events, and are eligible for readings and support through the annual Summer Workshop and Breaking Ground festival of new plays.

The primary focus of the program is creating relationships with writers at all stages of their careers, from emerging talent to established professionals. The program provides a framework for an in-depth, two-year artistic conversation and a long-term professional relationship. The Summer Workshop, which began in 2012, was developed from conversations at convenings with HPFs past and present to solicit ideas about how to improve and expand the program.

Since 2009, the Huntington has instituted an open application process with submissions from any writer primarily based within commuting distance of Boston; applications are currently solicited every 18 months. The theatre selects two to three writers whose terms overlap with adjacent cohorts.

The Huntington Theatre Company is Boston's leading professional theatre and one of the region's premier cultural assets since its founding in 1982. Recipient of the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award, the Huntington brings together superb local and national talent and produces a mix of groundbreaking new works and classics made current to create award-winning productions. The Huntington runs nationally renowned programs in education and new play development and serves the local theatre community through its operation of the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. The Huntington has long been an anchor cultural institution of Huntington Avenue, the Avenue of the Arts, and will remain so on a permanent basis with plans to convert the Huntington Avenue Theatre into a first-rate, modern venue with expanded services to audiences, artists, and the community. Under the direction of Artistic Director Peter DuBois and Managing Director Michael Maso, the Huntington cultivates, celebrates, and champions theatre as an art form.

For more information, visit huntingtontheatre.org.


          Why I Deleted My Facebook App: Why You Should Too      Cache   Translate Page      
Imagine it’s the year 2000. You’re a freelance writer and you work for every major corporation on the block. A time machine (a TARDIS for you nerds out there), appears in your home office and out steps me. Before you grab your Louisville Slugger, I hand you a special device that both acts as a cell phone and a high-powered PDA (personal data assistant for those who can’t remember). This is before the advent of Facebook, so all you can do with the device is access e-mail, basic early aughts internet, messaging, texts, your calendar, and your Rolodex. It’s basically

          UPS Network Planning Senior Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Bats to Assume Derby City Mint Juleps Identity for Two 2019 Games      Cache   Translate Page      

For two games early in the 2019 season, the Louisville Bats (Class AAA; International League) will play as the Derby City Mint Juleps. The branding, complete with a specialty uniform, was announced in partnership with Four Roses Bourbon.  The team will wear special Mint Juleps caps and jerseys on two home dates: Saturday, April 13 at 2:00 against […]
          Seth Davis On Zion Williamson, 2019 NCAA Tournament & Players To Watch      Cache   Translate Page      
Zion Williamson #1 of the Duke Blue Devils watches the action against the Louisville Cardinals at KFC YUM! Center on February 12, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.Davis breaks down the best players in the tournament and explains the challenges for the selection committee in 2019.
          Senior Project Manager - Trace3 - Denver, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
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          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) Environmental Services Technician, Environmental Services, Jewish Medical Center East      Cache   Translate Page      
Environmental Services Technician, Environmental Services, Jewish Medical Center East **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Clinical Support **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217616 **Post Date:** 7 hours ago **1st Shift, Full Time, Jewish Medical Center East** **Position Type:** Regular **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 80 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSPITAL MED CNTR EAST **JOBSUMMARY** Follow the standard work procedures of the KentuckyOne Health Environmental Services Program completing duties in the hospital to ensure a clean, safe and germ free environment. The role of Environmental Services Tech displays a positive image by demonstrating good communication skills, courteous, and professional behavior towards all customers including subordinate staff, patients, physicians, visitors, volunteers, vendors, contractors, co-workers, and other employees. **ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES** Maintains strict confidentiality of information gained in the process of day to day work. This includes HIPPA compliance as well as following the corporate compliance guidelines. Demonstrates a strong sense of team and the ability to cooperate and work with others. This includes strict adherence to the Standards of Conduct policy. Follows infection prevention practices including the regulations, recommendations, and standards of regulatory agencies, and safety practices while completing the KentuckyOne Health EVS Standard Work. Safe Handling/Disposal/Packaging for Transport of Pharmaceutical Waste/Hazardous Materials/Bio-Hazardous Regulated Medical Waste. 1.) Completes the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) and Hazardous Waste education during new employee orientation and annually. 2.) is knowledgeable of the process for identifying the proper waste stream and uses the appropriate container to dispose of waste. 3.) Responds to a release of hazardous chemicals or hazardous pharmaceuticals (P-listed waste) utilizing the facility hazardous waste contingency plan. 4.) Knowledgeable regarding the process to contact the emergency response coordinator for hazardous waste/pharmaceutical release/spill clean-up. EVS Tech Position’s standard work routine cleaning procedures include but are not limited to: (solid waste collection and disposal including proper waste segregation, linen distribution and collection, high dusting, changing light bulbs, cleaning light lenses, changing cubicle curtains, cleaning windows and blinds, low level surface disinfection, restroom cleaning, stocking restroom and hand hygiene products, cleaning walls and partitions, hard surface and carpeted floor care, making patient beds, moving furniture, emptying trash cans, emptying linen receptacles, emptying recycling containers, packaging and transport of regulated waste containers, perform isolation cleaning procedures as applicable, perform terminal cleaning procedures as applicable, perform restricted area and invasive procedure area cleaning as applicable, cleaning blood and body fluids from surfaces and floors, mixing and utilizing cleaning chemicals according to the manufacturer label and/or EPA guidelines, performing non-routine floor care and cleaning duties (Floor refinishing, Shampooing, Steam Cleaning) Other Duties as assigned. **JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS** High School diploma or GED preferred Previous health care experience preferred Must be able to work weekends and holidays Requires continuous use of cleaning solutions including bleach based germicidal cleaner. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217616** + **Schedule: Full-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Professional Clinical/Allied Health **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217669 **Post Date:** 7 hours ago **Position Type:** PRN **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 0 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **JOB SUMMARY** The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards. The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the ULH quality model, and patient safety goals. The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area. **POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES** Delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style. 1. Conducts systematic, continuous and comprehensive assessments of patient health status from admission or encounter to discharge across the care continuum to ensure patient safety, collaborating with the healthcare team, patient and family. Care addresses all aspects of the individual and family, including age, gender, spiritual, cultural, physical, psychosocial and patient preferences. Proactively uses safety surveillance to prevent adverse outcomes. 2. Independently administers medications per licensure authority, assesses and reassesses the effects of these medications, and documents administration in a timely manner per policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. Consistently adheres to patient safety guidelines regarding all aspects of medication administration. 3. In collaboration with patient and family, plans care using current scientific knowledge, theory, and care standards within the nursing interventions and outcomes framework and national patient safety goals. Constructs individualized, age specific plans for optimal patient and family outcomes, as appropriate to the practice setting. Incorporates data from the multi-disciplinary Care Team into the plan of care to assure continuity and appropriate patient teaching. 4. In collaboration with patient and family, identifies and prioritizes patient problems based on subjective and objective assessment data, patient safety considerations, patient and family goals and preferences, and nursing interventions and the medical plan of care. 5. Implements nursing care interventions to meet patient and family center health care needs. Demonstrates competent skills, appropriate clinical judgments and chain of command to promote patient safety and reach planned care goals and outcomes. 6. Competently and consistently assesses, conducts and evaluates the outcomes of patient and family teaching, from admission, or episode of care, to discharge. Teaching reflects sensitivity to age, learning needs and cultural background. 7. Evaluates care by performing regular and systematic reviews of patient /family responses to interventions; revises the multi-disciplinary plan of care in collaboration with other care Team members to promote desired outcomes. Recognizes care variances and takes steps to prevent or intervene with potential or real adverse events to promote safe care. 8. Serves as an advocate for the patient and family, demonstrates respect for their rights, responsibilities, and sensitivity to their preferences. Prepares the patient and family for discharge; obtains feedback to promote positive patient satisfaction outcomes. **Qualifications** **EDUCATION:** A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. **EXPERIENCE:** Minimum 2 years of acute care experience required. **LICENSE & CERTIFICATES:** Kentucky RN license required. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) required. Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates such as ACLS, PALS or others as identified. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217669** + **Schedule: Part-time** + **Market: Mercy Medical Center** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Professional Clinical/Allied Health **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217670 **Post Date:** 7 hours ago **Position Type:** PRN **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 0 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **JOB SUMMARY** The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards. The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the ULH quality model, and patient safety goals. The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area. **POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES** Delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style. 1. Conducts systematic, continuous and comprehensive assessments of patient health status from admission or encounter to discharge across the care continuum to ensure patient safety, collaborating with the healthcare team, patient and family. Care addresses all aspects of the individual and family, including age, gender, spiritual, cultural, physical, psychosocial and patient preferences. Proactively uses safety surveillance to prevent adverse outcomes. 2. Independently administers medications per licensure authority, assesses and reassesses the effects of these medications, and documents administration in a timely manner per policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. Consistently adheres to patient safety guidelines regarding all aspects of medication administration. 3. In collaboration with patient and family, plans care using current scientific knowledge, theory, and care standards within the nursing interventions and outcomes framework and national patient safety goals. Constructs individualized, age specific plans for optimal patient and family outcomes, as appropriate to the practice setting. Incorporates data from the multi-disciplinary Care Team into the plan of care to assure continuity and appropriate patient teaching. 4. In collaboration with patient and family, identifies and prioritizes patient problems based on subjective and objective assessment data, patient safety considerations, patient and family goals and preferences, and nursing interventions and the medical plan of care. 5. Implements nursing care interventions to meet patient and family center health care needs. Demonstrates competent skills, appropriate clinical judgments and chain of command to promote patient safety and reach planned care goals and outcomes. 6. Competently and consistently assesses, conducts and evaluates the outcomes of patient and family teaching, from admission, or episode of care, to discharge. Teaching reflects sensitivity to age, learning needs and cultural background. 7. Evaluates care by performing regular and systematic reviews of patient /family responses to interventions; revises the multi-disciplinary plan of care in collaboration with other care Team members to promote desired outcomes. Recognizes care variances and takes steps to prevent or intervene with potential or real adverse events to promote safe care. 8. Serves as an advocate for the patient and family, demonstrates respect for their rights, responsibilities, and sensitivity to their preferences. Prepares the patient and family for discharge; obtains feedback to promote positive patient satisfaction outcomes. **Qualifications** **EDUCATION:** A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. **EXPERIENCE:** Minimum 2 years of acute care experience required. **LICENSE & CERTIFICATES:** Kentucky RN license required. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS). Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates such as ACLS, PALS or others as identified. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217670** + **Schedule: Part-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Professional Clinical/Allied Health **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217671 **Post Date:** 6 hours ago **7pm - 7am, Full Time, Jewish Hospital** **Position Type:** Regular **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 72 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **JOB SUMMARY** The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards. The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the ULH quality model, and patient safety goals. The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area. **POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES** Delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style. 1. Conducts systematic, continuous and comprehensive assessments of patient health status from admission or encounter to discharge across the care continuum to ensure patient safety, collaborating with the healthcare team, patient and family. Care addresses all aspects of the individual and family, including age, gender, spiritual, cultural, physical, psychosocial and patient preferences. Proactively uses safety surveillance to prevent adverse outcomes. 2. Independently administers medications per licensure authority, assesses and reassesses the effects of these medications, and documents administration in a timely manner per policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. Consistently adheres to patient safety guidelines regarding all aspects of medication administration. 3. In collaboration with patient and family, plans care using current scientific knowledge, theory, and care standards within the nursing interventions and outcomes framework and national patient safety goals. Constructs individualized, age specific plans for optimal patient and family outcomes, as appropriate to the practice setting. Incorporates data from the multi-disciplinary Care Team into the plan of care to assure continuity and appropriate patient teaching. 4. In collaboration with patient and family, identifies and prioritizes patient problems based on subjective and objective assessment data, patient safety considerations, patient and family goals and preferences, and nursing interventions and the medical plan of care. 5. Implements nursing care interventions to meet patient and family center health care needs. Demonstrates competent skills, appropriate clinical judgments and chain of command to promote patient safety and reach planned care goals and outcomes. 6. Competently and consistently assesses, conducts and evaluates the outcomes of patient and family teaching, from admission, or episode of care, to discharge. Teaching reflects sensitivity to age, learning needs and cultural background. 7. Evaluates care by performing regular and systematic reviews of patient /family responses to interventions; revises the multi-disciplinary plan of care in collaboration with other care Team members to promote desired outcomes. Recognizes care variances and takes steps to prevent or intervene with potential or real adverse events to promote safe care. 8. Serves as an advocate for the patient and family, demonstrates respect for their rights, responsibilities, and sensitivity to their preferences. Prepares the patient and family for discharge; obtains feedback to promote positive patient satisfaction outcomes. **Qualifications** **EDUCATION:** A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. **EXPERIENCE:** Minimum 2 years of acute care experience required. **LICENSE & CERTIFICATES:** Kentucky RN license required. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) required. Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates such as ACLS, PALS or others as identified. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217671** + **Schedule: Full-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
RN - Resource, Clinical Float Pool, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Professional Clinical/Allied Health **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217672 **Post Date:** 6 hours ago **7pm - 7am, Part Time, Jewish Hospital** **Position Type:** Regular **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 48 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **JOB SUMMARY** The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards. The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the ULH quality model, and patient safety goals. The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area. **POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES** Delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style. 1. Conducts systematic, continuous and comprehensive assessments of patient health status from admission or encounter to discharge across the care continuum to ensure patient safety, collaborating with the healthcare team, patient and family. Care addresses all aspects of the individual and family, including age, gender, spiritual, cultural, physical, psychosocial and patient preferences. Proactively uses safety surveillance to prevent adverse outcomes. 2. Independently administers medications per licensure authority, assesses and reassesses the effects of these medications, and documents administration in a timely manner per policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. Consistently adheres to patient safety guidelines regarding all aspects of medication administration. 3. In collaboration with patient and family, plans care using current scientific knowledge, theory, and care standards within the nursing interventions and outcomes framework and national patient safety goals. Constructs individualized, age specific plans for optimal patient and family outcomes, as appropriate to the practice setting. Incorporates data from the multi-disciplinary Care Team into the plan of care to assure continuity and appropriate patient teaching. 4. In collaboration with patient and family, identifies and prioritizes patient problems based on subjective and objective assessment data, patient safety considerations, patient and family goals and preferences, and nursing interventions and the medical plan of care. 5. Implements nursing care interventions to meet patient and family center health care needs. Demonstrates competent skills, appropriate clinical judgments and chain of command to promote patient safety and reach planned care goals and outcomes. 6. Competently and consistently assesses, conducts and evaluates the outcomes of patient and family teaching, from admission, or episode of care, to discharge. Teaching reflects sensitivity to age, learning needs and cultural background. 7. Evaluates care by performing regular and systematic reviews of patient /family responses to interventions; revises the multi-disciplinary plan of care in collaboration with other care Team members to promote desired outcomes. Recognizes care variances and takes steps to prevent or intervene with potential or real adverse events to promote safe care. 8. Serves as an advocate for the patient and family, demonstrates respect for their rights, responsibilities, and sensitivity to their preferences. Prepares the patient and family for discharge; obtains feedback to promote positive patient satisfaction outcomes. **Qualifications** **EDUCATION:** A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. **EXPERIENCE:** Minimum 2 years of acute care experience required. **LICENSE & CERTIFICATES:** Kentucky RN license required. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) required. Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates such as ACLS, PALS or others as identified. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217672** + **Schedule: Part-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) RN - Infection Preventionist, Quality, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
RN - Infection Preventionist, Quality, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Professional Clinical/Allied Health **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217576 **Post Date:** 6 hours ago **1st Shift, Full Time, Jewish Hospital** **Position Type:** Regular **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 80 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **Job Summary** The Infection Preventionist (IP) is a part of a team responsible for implementation of the infection prevention program and will perform ongoing surveillance and epidemiologic review of patients, employees and the environment for the facility / facilities. The Infection Preventionist uses epidemiological principles and methods for identification and prevention of infectious diseases to patients and healthcare workers. The Infection Preventionist is focused on surveillance, which is done to identify areas of risk and develop evidence based strategies to prevent the development of hospital acquired infections (HAIs). These strategies include staff and physician in-services as well as educational tool development. The position manages, studies, and educates on all aspects of hospital functions related to surveillance, prevention and control of infections for all patient populations. The Infection Preventionist works collaboratively with the data support specialist/ analyst and the Director / Manager to coordinate data collection and analysis and assists in the overall risk assessment of the inpatient and outpatient population. The position also provides support in the implementation of guidelines, policies and initiatives. The Infection Preventionist is active in the classification and reporting of all HAIs and community acquired infections. The position will adhere to reporting standards as set forth by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other regulatory bodies and will enter this information accurately and timely into National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) system. The Infection Preventionist will work with the local and state health department to identify trends in reportable diseases. **Job Requirements** **Education/Accreditation/Licensure/Certification (required & preferred):** Bachelor's degree and minimum of 1 year experience in the discipline or 3 years' experience in the discipline, OR Masters degree and no experience BSN, MSN or MPH preferred Registered Nurse license required BLS Certification preferred **Experience** Required minimum of 1 year experience in the discipline with a Bachelor's degree OR 3 years leadership experience in the discipline without a Bachelor's degree Clinical experience in nursing, microbiology or public health epidemiology and reporting methods preferred Clinical experience in medical-surgical, critical care, surgical services or other appropriate clinical experience preferred Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217576** + **Schedule: Full-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          (USA-KY-LOUISVILLE) Manager - Infection Prevention, Quality, Jewish Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
Manager - Infection Prevention, Quality, Jewish Hospital **Location:** **LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES** **New** **Field:** Director/Manager/Supervisor **Requisition #:** 2019-R0217573 **Post Date:** 4 hours ago **1st Shift, Full Time, Jewish Hospital** **Position Type:** Regular **Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period:** 80 **Primary Location:** KY > LOUISVILLE > JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER **Job Summary** Reporting to the Director of Infection Prevention and Control or the Director of Quality, the Manager of Infection Prevention & Control is responsible for the day to day operations, supervision and maintenance of a comprehensive infection prevention program for the facility or facilities. Provides leadership in epidemiology and risk reduction for patients, staff, visitors and other healthcare disciplines. Implements and manages the daily operations of the infection prevention/control program in collaboration with the Clinical Leadership, such as the chief medical officer, chief nursing officer, epidemiology medical director and infection prevention and control committee. Promotes safe work practices and work environments are maintained. Provides leadership and oversight of department’s infection prevention staff and resources. The Manager of Infection Prevention and Control supervises a team responsible for implementation of the infection prevention program and ongoing surveillance and epidemiologic review of patients, employees and the environment for their facility / facilities. The Manager uses and supports epidemiological principles and methods for identification and prevention of infectious diseases to patients and healthcare workers. In consultation with the Director, the Manager oversees, studies, and educates on all aspects of hospital functions related to surveillance, prevention and control of infections for all patient populations. The Manager fosters collaborative teamwork with the data support specialist/analyst and the Infection Preventionists (IP) to coordinate data collection and analysis and oversee the overall risk assessment of the inpatient and outpatient population. The Manager will also oversee the implementation of guidelines, policies and initiatives along with the classification and reporting of all HAIs and community acquired infections. The Manager holds staff accountable for the reporting standards as set forth by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other regulatory bodies. The Manager serves as a leader for and collaborative partner with the local and state health departments. **Job Requirements / Qualifications** **Education / Accreditation / Licensure / Certification (required & preferred)** : Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 3 years leadership experience OR minimum of 5 years leadership experience in the discipline OR Masters degree and no experience BSN, MSN or MPH preferred Registered Nurse, clinical licensure preferred. Certification in Infection Prevention & Control (CIC) or CIC eligible after 2 years. **Experience (required and preferred):** Required minimum of 3 years leadership experience with a Bachelors degree OR 5 years leadership experience in the discipline without a Bachelor’s degree Clinical experience in nursing, microbiology or public health epidemiology and reporting methods preferred Clinical experience in medical surgical, critical care, surgical services or other appropriate clinical experience preferred. Additional Information + **Requisition ID: 2019-R0217573** + **Schedule: Full-time** + **Market: KentuckyOne Health** About Us Chances are, you’re here because you’re looking for a career offering greater opportunity, challenge and fulfillment. We’re confident you’ll find all three at CHI. As one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, we offer a wealth of careers across more than 101 hospitals in 18 states. Our faith-based health system welcomes you to share in our mission of building healthier communities, whether as a surgeon in the operating room or an administrator in a conference room. When you work in a supportive environment with like-minded professionals, wonderful things happen. Learn More Equal Opportunity Employment Consistent with our Core Values, Catholic Health Initiatives employers are EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled Employers. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employement without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, protected veteran status, disabilitiy or any other legally protected characteristic. ​
          Alveda King Is the First Woman to Join Promise Keepers Board      Cache   Translate Page      

Ken Harrison, chairman and president of Promise Keepers, announced the appointment of Alveda King, niece of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, to the Promise Keepers board of directors. Promise Keepers, founded in 1990 by former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney, is a Christ-centered organization calling men to courageous and bold servant-leadership by sparking a movement that will mobilize millions of men to follow Christ into today's broken world as change makers for their families, churches and communities.

King grew up in the civil rights movement. Her family home in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed, as was her father's church office in Louisville, Kentucky. She was jailed during the open housing movement. She sees the pro-life movement as a continuation of the civil rights struggle.

Currently, King is a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, serving as executive director of civil rights for the unborn for Gospel of Life, headed up by Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life. She is also part of the teaching and music ministry as well as former executive director of African Humanitarian Christian Fellowship, founded by her mentor, the late Pastor Allen McNair, founder of Believers' Bible Christian Church in Atlanta, Georgia.

King is a former college professor, holding a Master of Arts degree in business management, and was awarded an honorary doctorate from Saint Anselm College. She also served in the Georgia State House of Representatives, is a presidential appointee and also an accomplished author, actress and songwriter.

Alveda lives in Atlanta and is a regular columnist for Newsmax.com "Insiders" section as well as a Fox News contributor. She is the grateful mother of six and a blessed grandmother.

Ken Harrison said,

It's time for men to start acting like men. Calling men to be men isn't chauvinistic or somehow against women—although it is countercultural and controversial. But it is a fact that when men check out of their families, women suffer the most, as do their children—whether born or unborn. Our goal is to start a global movement of healthy masculinity sourced in absolute surrender to God that will empower and encourage men to be better fathers, husbands, friends and men.

Few people understand social movements like Dr. Alveda King. Few have sacrificed for change like Dr. Alveda King. But all-too-many women —including Dr. Alveda King—understand what happens to women and children when men fail to act like godly men. That's why I wanted Alveda to join the board of Promise Keepers—to remind us of the stakes at risk in our mission, the urgency of the need, and to provide the wisdom to help us chart a way forward.

Alveda King said:

A pressing civil rights issue of our day is the plight of the unborn, murdered by the millions, defenseless, voiceless and "choiceless." We are praying that men will rise up as husbands and fathers, leading to genuine life, liberty and happiness in Christ for all; born and unborn.

As my uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." The Promise Keepers message and movement is needed now more than ever, and I'm glad to serve by sharing insight, energy and prayerful support to the Promise Keepers board.


          Archbishop Kurtz voices support for Scholarship Tax Credit bill      Cache   Translate Page      

Louisville, Ky., Mar 12, 2019 / 03:05 pm (CNA).- Creating a Scholarship Tax Credit program in Kentucky would align with Catholic teaching by assisting families in need and empowering parents to make decisions about their children’s education, said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville.

“The reality is that educational choice already exists in Kentucky, but sadly, not for Kentucky’s most vulnerable students,” the archbishop said.

“Scholarship Tax Credit legislation would allow more families to exercise this right and provide Kentucky children with equal opportunities.”

Kurtz wrote a March 11 opinion piece in the Courier Journal, responding to an earlier opinion piece by Rep. Jim Wayne (D), who said the tax credit proposal, House Bill 205, was incompatible with Catholic social teaching.

Under House Bill 205, Kentucky residents would be able to receive tax breaks by donating to the scholarship programs of private schools, including religious schools. The money would then go toward tuition assistance for students at those schools. With $25 million available in tax credits, residents would receive tax breaks equal to the amount they donated, up to $1 million.

Sponsored by Rep. John Carney (R), the bill was introduced on Feb. 5. On Monday, Carney said the legislation faced an uphill battle, acknowledging it would likely not receive the votes it needs to pass, according to Lexington Herald Leader.

Rep. Wayne argued that Catholic schools are often unequipped to accept children with special needs and that “only the public school system can include all children.”

“A hallmark of Catholic social teaching is the responsibility to assess every public policy through this lens: How will the policy affect the poor? If the poor are hurt, the policy is immoral,” he said, writing in the Courier Journal.

Wayne said he disagrees with taking money away from the state’s public school system. He also argued that the bill would violate the principle of separation of church and state.

Archbishop Kurtz disagreed that the policy will harm the poor and is therefore incompatible with Catholic teaching. Because it is mandated in Kentucky that more than half of the aid will support students with high financial needs, he said, the money will go to “families whose incomes are below the reduced-lunch threshold, students with special needs and students within Kentucky’s foster care system.”

“Once that mandate is met, scholarships are allowed to go to students whose family income is no higher than 200 percent above the reduced-lunch threshold. In keeping with the Catholic tradition of helping those who need it most, participants will receive aid proportionate to their level of need,” he said.

Kurtz said that while he respects public schools, some students best thrive in other education systems and it should be up to the parents to decide where to send them. Citing Pope Francis in Amoris Laetitia, he said education is the “primary right” of the parents.

“The government’s role is to support the parents in the exercise of this right, not to replace them,” he said.

Kurtz said the program has been successful in other states. He pointed to Florida, which has the biggest Scholarship Tax Credit program in the United States, covering more than 100,000 students each year.

“When the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results were released, Florida’s public schools made more progress than those in any other state,” he said.

“Florida students with special needs and from across racial and economic lines succeeded in showing improvement on these tests. And, it is not only the public schools that have experienced success.”

The archbishop emphasized that he is not seeking to “impose a religious education on every family,” but said that the Catholic faith supports “helping those in greatest need.”


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          The Hurry Up: Trey Leroux Wasn't “Starstruck” by Ohio State's Offer, Buckeyes Make Two More Cut Lists      Cache   Translate Page      
The Hurry Up is your nightly dose of updates from the Ohio State football recruiting trail, keeping tabs on the latest from commits and targets from around the country.

Trey Leroux Isn’t “Starstruck”

As was documented in yesterday’s story about three-star Norwalk, Ohio native Trey Leroux’s commitment to Ohio State, Leroux had just received his offer after visiting Ohio State and watching spring practice March 8. He chose to commit to that offer on March 11. Norwalk High School head football coach Todd Fox said, though, that Leroux didn’t make his commitment because of a “starstruck” Ohio State offer.

Fox said Ohio State offensive line coach Greg Studrawa had done a good job of developing a relationship with Leroux since the spring of 2018 and that Leroux needed one look at how Ohio State ran its program and practices before deciding he new where he wanted to go.

“We sat down and talked over the weekend a couple times, and we talked about how maybe he needed to wait and think it through,” Fox said. “But as the weekend went further, he just said, ‘There’s no thinking. I know what I want to do.’”

Leroux was searching for a place that felt like home, where he could be treated like part of a family and develop as a player, Fox said, and some other schools had been providing that type of a feeling for Leroux. He had offers from schools like Indiana, Purdue, Rutgers and other non-Power 5 programs. He had been receiving interest from schools like Notre Dame, Michigan State and Michigan but none of the schools had pulled the offer trigger on the 6-foot-8 Ohioan.

“Most kids in Ohio dream of playing for Ohio State, but he’s learned a lot through this process and that there are things other than that out there,” Fox said. “It’s not just a starstruck Ohio State offer. It was, ‘Okay, all the things I want, Ohio State offers.’”

Fox said one of the things that stood out to Leroux was a one-on-one conversation with new head coach Ryan Day, where Day made Leroux feel as if he would be entering a familial atmosphere.

“He really made him feel like, ‘Okay, this is a guy that wants me. They want me to be a part of this program and part of this family,’” Fox said. “That’s what he was looking for.”

Leroux, at 6-foot-8, 320 pounds, has a lot of shaping up to do before he graduates, and Studrawa and Day have communicated to Fox and Leroux that they look forward to seeing how he can change his body before he even steps foot on campus in 2020. Fox said the change from his sophomore season to his junior season was already impressive, but the change that can and is already happening between his junior and senior seasons could be exponential.

OSU Makes The Cut for Two Others

In the same day that four-star Colorado offensive tackle Reece Atteberry included Ohio State in his top-five schools, the Buckeyes were included in two more cut lists Monday evening — No. 1 2020 safety R.J. Mickens’ top-11 and four-star 2020 Kentucky offensive tackle John Young’s top-seven.

Mickens is the No. 42 player overall and is coming off of his fourth visit to Clemson. While clearly having enough interest in Ohio State to include it on his cut list, Rickens is very high on Clemson and a few other schools. The other schools included were Alabama, LSU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame, Florida, Nebraska and Miami (FL).

Ohio State junior cornerback Jeffrey Okudah tweeted at Mickens and four-star Arlington cornerback Jalen Kimber to encourage the two Texas corners to choose Ohio State. Okudah is the only Texas cornerback on the 2019 Ohio State roster.

Young included a slew of midwestern schools in his top-six, as Ohio State was joined by Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Purdue and Georgia (obviously not a midwestern school). Young has a lot of interest in Kentucky but has said he isn’t ruling out Ohio State and Greg Studrawa. He holds his Ohio State offer high on his list and plans to commit sometime in the summer.

College Admission Scheme Hits IMG Academy Director

IMG Academy director Mark Riddell was charged with taking SAT and ACT exams for money, per this report in the Miami Herald. The charge is part of a larger, nationwide story that detailed the cases of 33 parents who paid to have stand-ins for their children on college entrance exams, ensuring that their children were admitted into schools like USC, UCLA, Texas and others.

The report by the Miami Herald touched on the fact that Riddell had been involved in the mail fraud since 2011. There is one case that was detailed from 2018 that explained how Riddell traveled from Tampa to Houston to take an ACT exam for a student the same day and then flexed by guessing he'd scored a 35 out of 36. He scored a 35 and was paid $10,000 after taking the exam in his hotel room. The test administrator was paid $5,000. 

IMG Academy is known widely in throughout US high school athletics as one of the most successful schools to push athletes into Division I programs. While no students were listed in the reports as of yet, IMG has several alumni that have had college and professional success, including former Alabama running back and current Dallas Cowboy Bo Scarbrough, current New York Giant Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois. It's most notable alumni are through baseball though, where nine-time MLB All-Star Gary Sheffield, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto and Chicago Cubs pitcher Kyle Kendrick all played.


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          Franklin Graham Recalls Friendship Between Muhammad Ali, Billy Graham, Hopes Boxing Great Accepted Christ Before Death      Cache   Translate Page      

Evangelist Franklin Graham, son of Baptist pastor Billy Graham, opened up about his father’s friendship with Muhammad Ali and expressed hope that the late boxing great gave his life before his death to the Lord. The 64-year-old evangelist shared a photograph of a meeting between Billy Graham and Ali in June 2001 in Louisville, Kentucky, […]

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Answer incoming calls from patients, physicians, suppliers, vendors, and others who call our organization. Take incoming calls and route them to the appropriate...
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          Thursday, March 21, 2019 - Louisville Children’s Museum      Cache   Translate Page      
Come join the educators from Louisville Children’s Museum for the four-part “Listen. Learn. Create.” series that explores Louisville through a lens of imagination, creativity and tactile learning. Throughout each part of the series children will discover the rich history, landmarks and influences of Louisville through stories and hands-on activities! All ages are welcome, but the activities are best suited for children ages 2-8.
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Meet the Louisville fashion designer starring on Bravo’s ‘Project Runway’ Courier Journal Bravo’s Emmy-winning “Project Runway” returns for season 17. And Louisville fashion designer Frankie Lewis hopes to take home the grand prize. …read more...
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Louisville, Ky., Mar 12, 2019 / 03:05 pm (CNA).- Creating a Scholarship Tax Credit program in Kentucky would align with Catholic teaching by assisting families in need and empowering parents to make decisions about their children’s education, said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville.

“The reality is that educational choice already exists in Kentucky, but sadly, not for Kentucky’s most vulnerable students,” the archbishop said.

“Scholarship Tax Credit legislation would allow more families to exercise this right and provide Kentucky children with equal opportunities.”

Kurtz wrote a March 11 opinion piece in the Courier Journal, responding to an earlier opinion piece by Rep. Jim Wayne (D), who said the tax credit proposal, House Bill 205, was incompatible with Catholic social teaching.

Under House Bill 205, Kentucky residents would be able to receive tax breaks by donating to the scholarship programs of private schools, including religious schools. The money would then go toward tuition assistance for students at those schools. With $25 million available in tax credits, residents would receive tax breaks equal to the amount they donated, up to $1 million.

Sponsored by Rep. John Carney (R), the bill was introduced on Feb. 5. On Monday, Carney said the legislation faced an uphill battle, acknowledging it would likely not receive the votes it needs to pass, according to Lexington Herald Leader.

Rep. Wayne argued that Catholic schools are often unequipped to accept children with special needs and that “only the public school system can include all children.”

“A hallmark of Catholic social teaching is the responsibility to assess every public policy through this lens: How will the policy affect the poor? If the poor are hurt, the policy is immoral,” he said, writing in the Courier Journal.

Wayne said he disagrees with taking money away from the state’s public school system. He also argued that the bill would violate the principle of separation of church and state.

Archbishop Kurtz disagreed that the policy will harm the poor and is therefore incompatible with Catholic teaching. Because it is mandated in Kentucky that more than half of the aid will support students with high financial needs, he said, the money will go to “families whose incomes are below the reduced-lunch threshold, students with special needs and students within Kentucky’s foster care system.”

“Once that mandate is met, scholarships are allowed to go to students whose family income is no higher than 200 percent above the reduced-lunch threshold. In keeping with the Catholic tradition of helping those who need it most, participants will receive aid proportionate to their level of need,” he said.

Kurtz said that while he respects public schools, some students best thrive in other education systems and it should be up to the parents to decide where to send them. Citing Pope Francis in Amoris Laetitia, he said education is the “primary right” of the parents.

“The government’s role is to support the parents in the exercise of this right, not to replace them,” he said.

Kurtz said the program has been successful in other states. He pointed to Florida, which has the biggest Scholarship Tax Credit program in the United States, covering more than 100,000 students each year.

“When the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results were released, Florida’s public schools made more progress than those in any other state,” he said.

“Florida students with special needs and from across racial and economic lines succeeded in showing improvement on these tests. And, it is not only the public schools that have experienced success.”

The archbishop emphasized that he is not seeking to “impose a religious education on every family,” but said that the Catholic faith supports “helping those in greatest need.”


          Kentucky governor signs bill abandoning training requirements, background checks for concealed guns      Cache   Translate Page      

On Monday, Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 150 into law. It eliminates the need for getting a permit, receiving safety training, or submitting to a background check before carrying a concealed weapon.

Senate Bill 150 was backed by the National Rifle Association but opposed by groups such as Louisville Metro Police and the Kentucky State Fraternal Order of Police.

In the face of growing demands that the nation's gun laws be revamped to better protect public safety, after decades of allowing any idiot to purchase a gun and in the face of ever-escalating mass murders committed by gun hoarders and domestic terrorists, Republicans still insist on toeing the National Rifle Association line. Even when police groups are against laws that weaken gun safety measures, and even when polls show such laws to be widely unpopular. It's not clear why; the NRA is a much-weakened entity these days, currently under investigation for potentially illegal campaign contributions and for a cozy relationship with an individual now identified as a Russian agent.

Kentucky already allows its citizens to openly wander the streets with deadly weapons; this new bill extends the privilege to those that would tuck their weapons underneath their coats or into backpacks, or otherwise disguise them in preparation for at some point needing to murder someone. You can understand, then, why Kentucky police organizations are ticked off.

Not that it matters. When the NRA wants something, the "conservative" thing to do is grant it whatever it wants, whenever it wants. It is absolutely certain that allowing Kentuckians to pop loaded guns into waistbands, jackets, bags, or purses without so much as requiring a class confirming they know how to switch the safety on will result in additional deaths in the state. It is certain; the experiment has been tried time and time again. Those deaths will be considered worthy sacrifices towards the "freedom" of not having to take a class or submit to a criminal background check. Many victims will be children, and Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin does not give a damn.


          Bourbon & Beyond Returns With Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Zac Brown Band & More At The World’s Largest Bourbon Festival – 9/20-22 In Louisville      Cache   Translate Page      
The World’s Largest Bourbon Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, will make its anticipated return to Louisville, KY Friday, September 20, Saturday, September 21, and Sunday, September 22, expanding to three days
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Cities and towns across Eastern North Carolina are beginning to view their rivers as a source of recreation and revenue, and Greenville is no exception. Today, Lee Jenkins tells us about the Tar River Legacy Plan. Sleepily creeping through Pitt and Beaufort Counties, the Tar River stretches from Louisville, North Carolina, to the Pamlico Sound. The River was originally named for the tar-laden barges that used it as a bustling shipping lane. Nowadays, there’s not much happening on the seven-mile stretch of the river that flows through Greenville. City planner Lamarco Morrison half-jokingly says some residents and tourists don’t even know Greenville has a river. Morrison hopes the Tar River Legacy Plan will change that. “Many people aren’t aware that there’s a river until they cross the two bridges we have. The Tar River Legacy Plan will lend us some ideas on ways we can better utilize the river, short-term, mid-term, and long-term.” Project officials have been drafting the plan
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          Foo Fighters, Robert Plant Lead 2019 Bourbon & Beyond Festival Lineup      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panel Sends "In God We Trust" Motto Bill To The Full Senate      Cache   Translate Page      
Legislation requiring public schools to display the national motto “In God, We Trust” in a prominent location is nearing final approval. The measure got the backing of the Senate Education Committee Monday. Hodgenville Representative Brandon Reed told the committee 19 other states have taken similar action. He said it sends a positive message to students. “Our national motto is above the president’s podium, above the speaker’s podium. It’s above our committee chair’s podium in this room today. It’s on numerous public buildings. It’s on our currency,” said Reed. Crescent Hill Baptist Church Pastor Jason Crosby spoke in opposition to the measure. The Louisville man called it a waste of time and resources, saying it could cause, quote, “many students to feel unwelcomed in the very place they should feel most welcomed.” “Christians are called to love one another and you are not loving someone else if you demand that they conform to your way and perspective. That’s not love. That’s not
          Thief takes woman’s electric bike      Cache   Translate Page      

See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.

By Colin Mixson

Brooklyn Paper

72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

E-thief

A thief made off with a woman’s electric bike she parked on Windsor Place sometime overnight on March 3.

The victim told police she locked up her bike between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West at 7 pm, and returned the following evening to find her pricey Urban Arrow E-bike stolen.

Glocked

A gunman pistol-whipped a man on 55th Street on March 6.

The victim told police he was attempting to break up a fight between Seventh and Eighth avenues at 7:50 pm, when one of the brawlers brandished a silver firearm and cracked him with it over the mouth, chipping his tooth.

Strike

Four brutes beat a man outside of a Third Avenue nightclub with a baseball bat on March 11.

The victim told police he was leaving the bar between 50th and 51st streets at 2:30 am, when one of the fiends suddenly smacked him over the head with a Louisville slugger, while his buddies started stomping on him.

Bad company

A thief looted a woman’s 62nd Street apartment on March 8, taking her iPhone, jewelry, and passport.

A roommate told police she heard the suspect sneak into their home near Fourth Avenue at 3 am, before ransacking the victim’s bedroom and fleeing with an estimated $500 worth of loot.

Coat check

Some crook beat a man in an attempt to steal his jacket on 49th Street on March 9.

The victim told police the thief jumped him as he was exiting a taxi between Seventh and Eighth avenues at 2:01 am, and his attacker wrestled him to the ground in an attempt to rip off the coat.

Fortunately, the victim managed to hold onto his clothing, and the would-be thief fled empty-handed, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

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Zion Williamson #1 of the Duke Blue Devils watches the action against the Louisville Cardinals at KFC YUM! Center on February 12, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.Davis breaks down the best players in the tournament and explains the challenges for the selection committee in 2019.
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SELFILMED will once again be bringing you semi-live coverage of the ATA Show this year.  The ATA Show begins on Thursday, January 10th and runs until Saturday the 12th.  We will begin publishing content starting Thursday. Follow our social media accounts (link to Facebook at right) for photos, videos, and other shenanigans at the show.  …

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A former student at Louisville’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has accused a former professor of grooming and sexually abusing her for more than a decade, the Courier-Journal reported. Jennifer Lyell said the professor, David Sills, first “sexually acted” against her on a mission trip in 2004 when she was a 26-year-old master of divinity student and that the relationship continued until she was 38. Sills resigned last May from the seminary; he did not respond to the Courier-Journal’s request for comment. The president of the seminary, R. Albert Mohler Jr., described Lyell’s decision to go public with the allegations as a "brave and right thing to do."

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          This Day in Music History Nov. 9      Cache   Translate Page      

November 9, 1858 marked the first performance of NY Symphony Orchestra.

In 1936 Mary Travers of Peter Paul & Mary was born in Louisville, Kentucky

On this day in 1941 Tom Fogerty, guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival was born. Fogerty died on September 6, 1990.

In 1948 Alan Gratzer of REO Speedwagon was born and one year later in 1949 Tommy Caldwell of the Marshall Tucker Band was born.

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          Martez Harris : « I haven’t come close to my potential yet »      Cache   Translate Page      

Can you introduce yourself? My name is Martez Harris. I was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. I’m a 6’4 (with shoes) combo guard with a 6’7 wingspan and 38 inch vertical. Out of highscool I was All District All Region All State and a McDonalds All American Nominee where I averaged 22.7 points 9 […]

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By Riley Vance — Men’s tennis hosted No. 13 Notre Dame and Wright State in...

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By Riley Vance — Women’s tennis (10-7) had another grueling weekend, posting its fourth consecutive...

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          Stark County Sheriff’s Office investigating after woman’s body found in woods      Cache   Translate Page      
PLAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — The Stark County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after the body of a woman was found in a wooded area. According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, on March 12 at around 2 p.m., deputies were called to Columbus Road NE in Plain Township. They located a body which was later identified as 38-year-old Cassandra Kay Barker of Louisville, the sheriff’s office said. A cause of death is not yet known. Anyone who may have […]
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Konz, Barbara Ellen (Nee Radtke) 71, died peacefully with her family at her side in Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday, March 10, 2019. She was born...
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KY-LOUISVILLE, Salary: $19.00 to $22.00 per hour OfficeTeam is currently recruiting for a Human Resources Assistant for a local well known healthcare company. In this role you will be responsible for handling a large volume of employee relations, including handling benefit paperwork, leave requests, employee issues, yearly reviews an other addition tasks. In addition this person will be supporting the Human Reso
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KY-LOUISVILLE, Salary: $15.00 to $16.00 per hour OfficeTeam is seeking a Customer Service Representative for a wholesale/distribution company in Louisville, KY! We are looking for a service 'champion' who knows how to go the extra mile for individual customers and strives to deliver personalized, quality service in every interaction. If this aligns with your experience or career goals, don't hesitate to contact
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KY-Louisville, RICOH EMPOWERS WORKPLACES using innovative technologies & services enabling individuals to work smarter. Our people deliver on the promise of Service Excellence. Ricoh offers a full portfolio of benefit and employee programs such as: Medical Coverage & Vision Coverage Dental Coverage Short/Long Term Disability Term Life and AD&D Insurance Spouse and Dependent Life Insurance Flexible Spending Accou
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KY-Louisville, A mid-sized manufacturing company in Louisville, KY is looking for a shipping clerk with experience generating price quotes, entering purchase orders for manufacturing or distribution companies and managing customer and vendor relationships, and scheduling. Responsibilities: This fast-paced, high volume, multitasking position reports directly to the shipping/receiving manager. Job duties may vary
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KY-Louisville, Do you have experience in a Medical billing/Medical Administrative Role? We are looking for someone to join a Large medical practice that requires compassion, sensitivity, and understanding for delicate medical environments. Accurate and carefully addressed medical billing is imperative in maintaining positive and effective medical care in our community and finding the perfect fit in this role ass
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KY-Louisville, Position Description/Overview We build world-class vehicles in our plants around the world, constantly developing new technologies and processes to further increase our efficiency. It's our people who really make the difference. We encourage all of our employees to think outside the box to help us find better and more efficient ways to manufacture our vehicles. *Note- This is a Supplemental positi
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KY-Louisville, Position Description/Overview We build world-class vehicles in our plants around the world, constantly developing new technologies and processes to further increase our efficiency. It's our people who really make the difference. We encourage all of our employees to think outside the box to help us find better and more efficient ways to manufacture our vehicles. *Note- This is a Supplemental positi
          Notre Dame Basketball Steals Win as 15th Seed in ACC Tournament      Cache   Translate Page      

Picking up some early St. Patrick Day’s luck in their ACC Tournament opener on Tuesday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish managed to hold off the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 78-71. The victory advances the Irish to Wednesday night’s game against the seventh-seeded Louisville Cardinals, though they still face an arduous path. Bringing their depleted roster […]

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          Mountain Tides succeeds with one grape (Petite Sirah), inaugurated with Clements Hills-Lodi fruit      Cache   Translate Page      

Mountain Tides winemaker/owner Scott Kirkpatrick at Clements Hills-Lodi's Viñedos Aurora Vineyard

There are plenty of American wineries founded with the intention of specializing in one grape, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot noir or Zinfandel. There is a much smaller handful hanging their hats on grapes like Tempranillo, Syrah, Mourvèdre or Grenache. But Petite Sirah? That may take some guts.

And there is one, based in Napa, sourcing most of its Petite Sirah fruit from... Lodi!

Mountain Tides Petite Sirah

The 2017 Mountain Tides Clements Hills-Lodi Petite Sirah ($32) has the inky colored, thick, brash, tannin laden character Petite Sirah aficionados love about the varietal, but also something a little more: a perfumey “smile,” like a wave seeming to say “hey, dude, I’m a product of the Lodi sun,” plus a certain wild, scrubby earth tone and whiff of lavender reflecting a winemaker’s touch, or rather restraint from too much touching – particularly in terms of 100% native yeast fermentation, use of neutral oak barrels and picking of grapes early enough to maximize the tastes of terroir (i.e. place or origin of the grapes – in this case, Lodi’s Clements Hills) as opposed to oak or overrripe fruit.

So what, or who, is behind Mountain Tides Wine Co.? He is, in fact, a former musician, a factor that makes you think of two great songs about the risks of blind ambition: The Rolling Stones“You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and Jimmy Cliff’s slightly less famous (but rocksteadier) “You Can Get It If You Really Want.”

Scott Kirkpatrick punching down his Mountain Tides Petite Sirah (photo courtesy of Mountain Tides Wine Co.)

Scott Kirkpatrick, the owner/winemaker of Mountain Tides, definitely subscribes to the brighter outlook of the Jimmy Cliff song. It really wasn’t that long ago, in 2013, that he moved to Napa Valley from Louisville, KY, a literal son of a preacher man who would never touch alcohol. Kirkpatrick himself had grown tired of the all-night life of restaurants, even as a a studious sommelier at an appropriately named restaurant called RYE, havng already left the on-the-road life of a musician behind.

“When I came out of Kentucky I had just a few dollars left in my pocket,” Mr. Kirkpatrick tells us. “My goal was to get a job in the wine industry – any job.” Kirkpatrick managed to land a spot as a harvest intern at a custom crush winery. “I worked hard, met some great winemakers like Philippe Melka and Aaron Pott, and then after the harvest I was hoping to get hired, to be able to stay on at the winery. It didn’t happen...

Mountain Tides wines throwing shadows like phases of the moon (photo courtesy of Mountain Tides Wine Co.)

“Then I got lucky – I got a call about a temporary job at Eleven Eleven Winery. It was basically a janitorial position – sweeping floors. I took it, but hey, five and a half years later I’m still there and guess what... I’m now the Cellar Master!”

Kirkpatrick’s conception of his own wine company also evolved somewhat serendipitously, but with unexpected speed. It started with a partner, an artist/photographer named Allison Watkins. Kirkpatrick met Watkins at a Napa bar (through an online dating connection - it happens!) in early 2014. They fell in love, eventually married, and she is now the Co-Proprietor/Creative Director of Mountain Tides Wine Co.

Shortly after the When Scott Met Allison story, at 3:20 AM on August 21, 2014 the residents of Napa were literally tossed out of their beds by a 6.0 earthquake. “The combination of all these events,” says Kirkpatrick, “had a profound effect on us all. I started thinking about things that were far bigger than what can be controlled in our own lives – like the perpetual movement of mountains on a tectonic plate, moving slowly but surely away from the ocean. That morning we felt the power of the land. It was almost as if we were being called to make our own move. This is what led to the establishment of our own wine company (and hence the name, “Mountain Tides”).

Mountain Tides' Allison Watkins foot treading incoming Petite Sirah

“I always knew I wanted to start my own winery, but thought that would be 10, 15 years down the road.” So, prompted by the momentous events, Kirkpatrick broached the subject of crafting two or three barrels worth of his own wine with the owners of Eleven Eleven, utilizing the winery facilities. They agreed. Another friend mentioned that he was buying Zinfandel from a grower in Lodi, who happened to have some Petite Sirah – precisely the grape Kirkpatrick was thinking about building his own winery project around.

That Lodi grower was the Anaya family, who farm 100 acres in the rolling red clay soils of the region’s Clements Hills AVA, just east of the little communities of Victor and Lockeford. Says Gerardo Espinosa (son of Leticia Anaya), who at the time was producing Petite Sirah under the Anaya family’s Viñedos Aurora label: “I got the call from Scott about our Petite Sirah out of nowhere. At first, I told him sorry, that fruit is already spoken for. Then he said that he was looking for only a ton and a half (approximately 3 full macro-bins of fruit), and so I thought, why not?”

Gerardo Espinosa (front) and Ramon Anaya harvesting Viñedos Aurora Petite Sirah

Says Kirkpatrick, “I always knew that if I started a winery, I would specialize in Petite Sirah – but Petite Sirah made more in my style, which is lighter, with more floral aromatics, higher in acid and better for food. Not the usual super-ripe 16.5% alcohol style, made more for dessert than dinner. I had no idea how to find the fruit, and certainly didn’t have much to spend, on my cellar master’s pay. The Lodi grown Petite Sirah turned out to be more in my price range, but I still had no idea what the fruit would turn out to be since I wasn’t familiar with Lodi, let alone Clements Hills.”

As if to fulfill the Jimmy Cliff song, however, about getting what you want if you really want it – with, of course, a requisite amount of grit, smarts, and open-eyed willingness to take a leap into the great unknown – it turned out that the Anaya family grown Petite Sirah was exactly what Kirkpatrick was looking for.

Scott Kirkpatrick among the wintering Petite Sirah vines and clay slopes of Viñedos Aurora

Clements Hills, as it were, is essentially a hilly appellation marked by clay slopes and cobble, and none of the flat, rock-free sandy loam soils distinguishing the more historic region (the Mokelumne River AVA) immediately surrounding the City of Lodi. Yet these volcanic slopes are the very distinctions that first prompted Lodi growers like Markus Bokisch and Keith Watts to seek a separate appellation status for this sub-region back in the early 2000s. These topographical peculiarities allow black skinned fruit to retain more acidity, significantly deeper color and more robust tannin than red wine grapes grown in other parts of Lodi, and these sensory components are also the hallmark of wines made from Petite Sirah.

Says Kirkpatrick: “That first year (2016), we came into the picture a little too late to call our own preferred sugar levels, and the Petite Sirah was picked at 24.2° Brix (i.e. sugar reading). Yet the wine turned out beautifully. We let sit in cold soak (that is, prior to fermentation letting fruit sit in refrigerated temperatures to allow juice to absorb more flavors from the skins), and after 5 days it started to spontaneously ferment. Although I was planning to inoculate (i.e. add commercial cultured yeast) further into the fermentation, the wine didn’t need it. It fermented easily on its own native yeast, smelling great, and tasting great all the way through. It even went through ML (i.e. a secondary malolactic fermentation, when sharper malic acids are converted to milder lactic acids) all by itself.

“Although the 2016 ended at 14.2% alcohol (maybe half a percent higher than Kirkpatrick’s ideal range), everything about the wine was pretty, yet it had so much dark fruit and intense purple flower aromatics. The clay soil seems to naturally give this Petite Sirah intensity and richness. So much, in fact, that friends who tasted it later would swear to me that the wine had seen some ‘new oak,’ even though it was aged completely in neutral barrels. Clements Hills Petite Sirah doesn’t need new oak to attain richness and depth.”

The 75 or so cases of Mountain Tides Petite Sirah produced in 2016 sold out on its own volition as easily as it fermented. The currently released 2017, picked at slightly lower sugars than the 2016, finished at 13.4% alcohol. Tasted alongside the 2016, the 2017 is slightly zestier and livelier in natural acidity. It still has a compelling strength, and sense of brooding depth – proving that even “lighter” styles of Petite Sirah, when grown in Lodi’s Clements Hills, will finish with the formidable fruit/tannin profile associated with the varietal. But with its acid tilted balance and moderate alcohol, the 2017 is a prime candidate for long term aging – 15, 25 or more years perhaps within its range.

Viñedos Aurora grown Petite Sirah grapes during 2016 harvest

Says Kirkpatrick, “I want to follow the model of Burgundy (in France), where I focus on wines made from one grape (in Burgundy, it’s all about Pinot noir) but follow a hands-off winemaking style that emphasizes distinctive qualities of vineyard-designate wines, chosen from special places.”

Following this master plan, in 2018 Kirkpatrick produced three more Petite Sirahs: one from Lodi’s Borden Hills AVA (tasted out of the barrel, an even bigger, unrulier wine than the 2016 and 2017 Clements Hills bottlings), one from Contra Costa County (also still in the barrel, tasting extremely perfumey but raggedy with hard hitting, unresolved tannin), plus still another one from Contra Costa made in a soft, light (barely 12% alcohol), easy drinking “carbonic maceration” style (i.e. fermented from whole berries, which generates a gentle style of red wine that can be drunk within a few weeks or months, like French nouveau).

Finally, there is also an orangy-pink, bone dry 2018 Mountain Tides Clements Hills Rosé of Petite Sirah ($22), also from the Anayas' Viñedos Aurora block, but picked at lower sugars than the red wines to capture higher natural acidity and more flowery perfumes. The nose of the rosé seems to whisper “sweet nothings” of crushed cherry and a faint, stony earthiness. Says Kirkpatrick, “The clay soils of Clements Hills enhance the dark fruit and the high volume feel of Petite Sirah when it is made into a red wine, but in a rosé it seems to give a lot of minerality plus a fresh acid energy to the wine.”

Proving you can get what you want!

Viñedos Aurora Petite Sirah harvest for Mountain Tides Wine Co. (photo courtesy of Mountain Tides Wine Co.)


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          Seth Davis On Zion Williamson, 2019 NCAA Tournament & Players To Watch      Cache   Translate Page      
Zion Williamson #1 of the Duke Blue Devils watches the action against the Louisville Cardinals at KFC YUM! Center on February 12, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.Davis breaks down the best players in the tournament and explains the challenges for the selection committee in 2019.
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          Zac Brown Band, Alison Krauss, and more to perform at Bourbon & Beyond Sept. 20-22 in Louisville      Cache   Translate Page      
The World’s Largest Bourbon Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, will make its anticipated return to Louisville, KY Friday, September 20, Saturday, September 21, and Sunday, September 22, expanding to three days full of incredible music, unique culinary events, and unmatched experiences from the region’s best distilleries at the new Highland Festival Grounds At KY Expo Center. […]
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          Louisville Tennis Coach Talks Loss to ND      Cache   Translate Page      


The 13th ranked Fighting Irish took it to Louisville yesterday -- beating them 4-0 -- remaining undefeated in ACC play.

          Biggest Game of the Year for Notre Dame!      Cache   Translate Page      

Muffet's Fighting Irish, the top seed in the ACC Tournament, take on the Louisville Cardinals -- a team ranked just ahead of Notre Dame in the national rankings today in Greensboro.  The winner takes home the ACC crown and probably the coveted Chicago Region of next week's NCAA Tournament!

The game tips off at NOON ET today -- remember, we "sprung ahead" one hour with the clock's last night!

The game will be televised on ESPN2.

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Louisville, Kentucky-based venture capital firm Poplar Ventures announced it raised $17 million.

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Zion Williamson #1 of the Duke Blue Devils watches the action against the Louisville Cardinals at KFC YUM! Center on February 12, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.Davis breaks down the best players in the tournament and explains the challenges for the selection committee in 2019.
          Tuesday, June 18, 2019 - Railroading in Louisville      Cache   Translate Page      
With the K&I Model Railroad Club traveling layout, local railroad historian Charlie Buccola will talk about Louisville railroad history and answer questions.
          NY Times – The Daily (a podcast): Reckoning With the Real Michael Jackson      Cache   Translate Page      
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Literacy tutors from the University of Louisville trained by the University Writing Center can help you become a better writer and reader. Walk-in sessions last up to 30 minutes.
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          Podcast #184 – Hidden Women’s Radio History in Uruguay      Cache   Translate Page      

We celebrated International Women’s Day by recording a fascinating interview about women’s radio history with University of Louisville Professor of History Christine Ehrick. Author of Radio and the Gendered Soundscape: Women and Broadcasting in Argentina and Uruguay, 1930-1950, Ehrick schools us on the hidden history of a pioneering women’s radio station in Uruguay. Founded in […]

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The South’s Best Restaurants in Every State 2018

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Since our editors started the South’s Best reader survey, we’ve been endlessly fascinated not just by the winners, but by the state-specific results, especially in regards to restaurants. The competition is just as fierce as you might imagine, and being a big city or having a celebrity chef aren’t necessarily advantages. Just when we think we know where the votes are heading, a completely different winner emerges by the end. But what we love about this list the most is that it shows Southern food beyond stereotypes and expectations. A mix of classics like Commander’s Palace in New Orleans and The Oak Room in Louisville with newer, more modern additions to the Southern food scene like Oxford’s Saint Leo and Atlanta’s Staplehouse, this range of restaurants from fine dining destinations to beloved neighborhood fixtures shows off what we love the most about our region’s restaurants. This is where Southerners are eating now.

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          Bourbon & Beyond Announces 2019 Lineup Featuring Foo Fighters, Zac Brown Band and Robert Plant      Cache   Translate Page      
Louisville’s inaugural Bourbon & Beyond Festival has announced its 2019 lineup. This year’s lineup boasts headlining sets from Foo Fighters, Zac Brown Band, and Robert Plant. Other performers on the bill include John Fogerty, Daryl Hall & John Oates, ZZ Top, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Trey Anastasio Band, Leon Bridges, The Flaming Lips, Alison Krauss, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic […]
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The Sacramento State softball team had an early 2-1 lead against the Boise State Broncos, but lost with a final score of 5-2 in the first round of the Louisville Slugger Softball Tournament at Bill Simoni Field on Friday. Sac State (8-8) failed to score after the second inning following a solo-shot home run by...
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          2019 ATA Show Coverage – Louisville, KY      Cache   Translate Page      

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          (USA-KY-Louisville) Supervisor - FOH      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Title Supervisor - FOH Posted 3/07/2019 Category Race Tracks Location Churchill Downs 700 Central Avenue Louisville, KY 40208 http://www.churchilldowns.com/ Description Come be a part of the best Horse Racing around! Levy is the food and beverage provider for this iconic, historical race track and we are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking peolpe like you to join our team! There are over 165,000 guests on Kentucky Derby day and we get to serve them all! NOW HIRING Supervisor - FOH We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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Job Title BOH Supervisor Posted 3/07/2019 Category Race Tracks Location Churchill Downs 700 Central Avenue Louisville, KY 40208 http://www.churchilldowns.com/ Description Come be a part of the best Horse Racing around! Levy is the food and beverage provider for this iconic, historical race track and we are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking peolpe like you to join our team! There are over 165,000 guests on Kentucky Derby day and we get to serve them all! NOW HIRING Supervisor - BOH We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
          Alveda King Is the First Woman to Join Promise Keepers Board      Cache   Translate Page      

Ken Harrison, chairman and president of Promise Keepers, announced the appointment of Alveda King, niece of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, to the Promise Keepers board of directors. Promise Keepers, founded in 1990 by former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney, is a Christ-centered organization calling men to courageous and bold servant-leadership by sparking a movement that will mobilize millions of men to follow Christ into today's broken world as change makers for their families, churches and communities.

King grew up in the civil rights movement. Her family home in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed, as was her father's church office in Louisville, Kentucky. She was jailed during the open housing movement. She sees the pro-life movement as a continuation of the civil rights struggle.

Currently, King is a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, serving as executive director of civil rights for the unborn for Gospel of Life, headed up by Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life. She is also part of the teaching and music ministry as well as former executive director of African Humanitarian Christian Fellowship, founded by her mentor, the late Pastor Allen McNair, founder of Believers' Bible Christian Church in Atlanta, Georgia.

King is a former college professor, holding a Master of Arts degree in business management, and was awarded an honorary doctorate from Saint Anselm College. She also served in the Georgia State House of Representatives, is a presidential appointee and also an accomplished author, actress and songwriter.

Alveda lives in Atlanta and is a regular columnist for Newsmax.com "Insiders" section as well as a Fox News contributor. She is the grateful mother of six and a blessed grandmother.

Ken Harrison said,

It's time for men to start acting like men. Calling men to be men isn't chauvinistic or somehow against women—although it is countercultural and controversial. But it is a fact that when men check out of their families, women suffer the most, as do their children—whether born or unborn. Our goal is to start a global movement of healthy masculinity sourced in absolute surrender to God that will empower and encourage men to be better fathers, husbands, friends and men.

Few people understand social movements like Dr. Alveda King. Few have sacrificed for change like Dr. Alveda King. But all-too-many women —including Dr. Alveda King—understand what happens to women and children when men fail to act like godly men. That's why I wanted Alveda to join the board of Promise Keepers—to remind us of the stakes at risk in our mission, the urgency of the need, and to provide the wisdom to help us chart a way forward.

Alveda King said:

A pressing civil rights issue of our day is the plight of the unborn, murdered by the millions, defenseless, voiceless and "choiceless." We are praying that men will rise up as husbands and fathers, leading to genuine life, liberty and happiness in Christ for all; born and unborn.

As my uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." The Promise Keepers message and movement is needed now more than ever, and I'm glad to serve by sharing insight, energy and prayerful support to the Promise Keepers board.


          (Louisville) Gen 4 Glock 19 for 1911,M9,92FS or basic P226 9mm - Offer      Cache   Translate Page      
Gen 4 Glock 19 in new condition. Only one mag through it. Comes with all factory items. Also have a Bladetech own holster apartment also for ur. Must meet me in Elizabethtown. Text only 2703191417. Trade only
          (USA-KY-Louisville) Human Resources Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
***JOB SUMMARY: *** Performs a variety of human resources administration functions, including: conducting hiring processes, recruiting, initial training, new associate orientation, administering benefits, entering associate information into the automated resource system, maintaining personnel files, providing counseling, and maintaining EEO/AA records. ***Distinguishing Characteristics:*** Primary job function is to perform general human resources administrative and clerical functions. ***ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS*** * The functions listed describe the business purpose of this job. Specific duties or tasks may vary and be documented separately. The employee might not be required to perform all functions listed. Additional duties may be assigned, and functions may be modified, according to business necessity. * All assigned duties or tasks are deemed to be part of the essential functions, unless such duties or tasks are unrelated to the functions listed, in which case they are deemed to be other (non-essential) functions. * Employees are held accountable for successful job performance. Job performance standards may be documented separately, and may include functions, objectives, duties or tasks not specifically listed herein. * In performing functions, duties or tasks, employees are required to know and follow safe work practices, and to be aware of company policies and procedures related to job safety, including safety rules and regulations. Employees are required to notify superiors upon becoming aware of unsafe working conditions. * All functions, duties or tasks are to be carried out in an honest, ethical and professional manner, and to be performed in conformance with applicable company policies and procedures. In the event of uncertainty or lack of knowledge of company policies and procedures, employees are required to request clarification or explanations from superiors or authorized company representatives. 1. Prepares state/city board security applications on a daily basis; coordinates licensing activity with supervisors and issues guard cards upon receipt; advises appropriate management staff of any irregularities encountered in an individual’s licensing procedure. 2. Assists with the recruitment, screening, interviewing, hiring and orientation of new employees; prepares necessary paperwork for personnel files. 3. Coordinates the application process and maintenance of applicant logs with administrative staff. 4. Processes corporate affirmative action reports and other personnel reports; tracks percentages and advises appropriate management staff of any adverse impact or potential adverse impact in hiring, transfers, promotions, or terminations. 5. Assists with maintaining officer training records. 6. Assists with payroll and benefits administration; reconciles related records. 7. Records associate information, such as: personal and tax data; compensation and benefits data; attendance; performance reviews or evaluations; and, termination date and reason. 8. Updates and maintains confidential personnel files to document personnel actions and to provide information for payroll and other uses. 9. Examines personnel files to answer inquiries; provides information to authorized persons. 10. Compiles data from personnel records and prepares reports using typewriter or computer. 11. Performs tasks and duties of a similar nature and scope as required for assigned office. ***Education/Experience: *** High School Diploma or G.E.D. and 2 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the job, as determined by the company. ***Competencies (as demonstrated through experience, training, and/or testing):*** * Understanding of human resources administrative processes. * Thorough understanding of standard office procedures and practices. * Demonstrated knowledge of mathematical concepts including computation of rates, ratios, percentages, averages and reconciliation. * Ability to interpret instructions furnished in written, oral, diagrammatic, or schedule form. * Ability to use personal computers and office productivity software. * Good interviewing skills. * Ability to write original correspondence. * Planning, organizing, and project coordination skills. * Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. * Ability to interact effectively at all levels and across diverse cultures. * Ability to maintain professional composure when dealing with emotional or confrontational circumstances. * Ability to be an effective team member and handle projects responsibly. * Courteous telephone manner. * Strong customer and results orientation. ***WORKING CONDITIONS (Physical/Mental Demands)*** With or without reasonable accommodation, requires the physical and mental capacity to perform effectively all essential functions. In addition to other demands, the demands of the job include: * Maintaining composure in dealing with authorities, executives, clients, staff and the public, occasionally under conditions of urgency and in pressure situations. * Must undergo and meet company standards for background and reference checks, controlled substance testing, and behavioral selection survey. * Required ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently. * Computer usage. * Handling and being exposed to sensitive and confidential information. * May be required to use vehicle for the performance of duties. * Regular talking and hearing. * Occasional walking, reaching with hands and arms, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. * Frequent lifting and/or moving up to 10 pounds and occasionally up to 25 pounds. * Close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus. *Date Posted:* 3/11/2019 *Job Code:* 6229 *City:* Louisville *State:* KY *Country:* United States of America *Category:* Human Resources
           Louisville vs. Notre Dame odds, line: 2019 ACC Tournament picks, predictions from model on 11-5 run       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Sprinkler Technicians      Cache   Translate Page      
MultiLocation, Becoming the leader in the fire and security industry takes talent—yours. We are looking for Sprinkler Technicians/Fitters in the Midwest and South (Indianapollis, Columbus, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY; Lexington KY; Huntsville, AL; Nashville, TN areas to join our best of the best team as we drive the industry forward and pursue excellence in everything we do. If you’re up to the challenge,
          Offer - Towing and Roadside Assistance Omaha - USA      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: 4518 Florence Blwd Omaha NE 68110 USAWeb: http://www.roadsideassistanceomaha.com/Phone: (402) 590-8094Business email: allhourstowingomaha@gmail.comCategories: Local Towing Services, Tow Truck Service, Roadside Assistance, Car Towing, Auto Towing, Jumpstart, Fuel Delivery, Auto Lockout Services, Winch Out Services, Equipment TowingKeyword: Towing Service, Towing Company, Tow Truck Service, Roadside Assistance, Car Towing, Motorcycle Towing, Vehicle Recovery, Blocked Driveway Towing, Winch Out ServiceDescription: Towing and Roadside Assistance Omaha, http://www.roadsideassistanceomaha.com/, is an expert when it comes to roadside assistance and other towing services near Omaha Nebraska Council Bluffs Iowa. Our towing company in Omaha is open 24 hours a day in 7 days a week, with a guaranteed a short response time, making it easier for drivers to seek help right away. Towing and Roadside Assistance Omaha provides 24-hour emergency towing, tow truck, roadside assistance, mobile mechanic, mobile auto repair, tire repair, mobile truck repair, jumpstart, fuel delivery and auto lockout services in Omaha NE Council Bluffs IA and surrounding Areas. Need a tow truck now? Towing and Roadside Assistance Omaha provides fast roadside assistance on-demand near Omaha NE. Fast, reliable, on-demand. Get help now! Call (402) 590 8094 WEBSITE: http://www.roadsideassistanceomaha.com/ Open 7 days 24 hours. Service Area: Downtown Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Omaha, Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Elkhorn, Fort Calhoun, Fremont, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield, Plattsmouth, Arlington, Ashland, Louisville, Wahoo, Yutan and Waterloo, NE, Bennington NE and Council Bluffs IA.Business Hours: 24 HoursYEAR FOUND: 2017
          Welder TIG      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Our DAFCO Aerospace Division is looking for a TIG Welder. Dafco Aerospace is an investment casting foundry the makes stainless steel, aluminum and nickel-based castings/parts for the Aerospace and Commercial Industries. Hourly rate begins at 18$/hour, but may increase based on additional experience and proficiency. We have two shifts available: First Shift: 6am-2:30pm Second Shift: 3pm-11:30pm EXP
          Foo Fighters, Robert Plant Lead 2019 Bourbon & Beyond Festival Lineup      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Mike Rutherford: Genesis-Wiedervereinigung?      Cache   Translate Page      

Laut Mike Rutherford könnte es eine Wiedervereinigung von Genesis geben, da Phil Collins in "guter Verfassung" sei.
Der Mike + the Mechanics-Star ruft Hoffnungen hervor, dass sich die 'Land of Confusion'-Musiker wieder zusammentun könnten, da der Sänger und Schlagzeuger der Band in so guter Verfassung sein soll, um auftreten zu können. Collins hatte sich 2009 einer Operation unterzogen, um einen verrenkten Nackenwirbel zu korrigieren. Am Mittwoch (13. März) erschien Bassist Rutherford bei 'Good Morning Britain' und sprach über die Veränderungen, die benötigt werden, um die Band wieder auf die Bühne zu bringen, und gab zu: "Ich habe schon immer, seit Jahren, gesagt, dass man niemals nie sagen soll und wir haben die Tour vor 10 Jahren gemacht und Phil ist in guter Verfassung. Wir sind alle fit und gesund und verstehen uns gut, also wer weiß?" Der 'In The Air Tonight'-Hitmacher, der zuletzt nur im Sitzen auftrat, hatte bereits zuvor betont, dass eine Rückkehr zu Genesis nur in seiner Funktion als Sänger möglich wäre, da er kein Schlagzeug mehr spielen kann.

Tony Banks, der Keyboard-Spieler der Formation, die heute nur noch aus ihm, Collins und Rutherford besteht, hatte ebenfalls einmal zugegeben, dass es "lustig" wäre, die Band wiederzuvereinen. 2018 sagte er dem Radiosender 91.9 WFPK in Louisville im Bezug auf die 'Not Dead Yet'-Tour seines Kollegen Phil: "Wir schließen es nicht aus. Es wäre lustig, es auszuprobieren. Aber erstmal muss Phil seine Tour überleben und dann sehen wir, wohin es führt." Die Unfähigkeit von Collins, das Schlagzeug zu spielen, nannte Banks allerdings doch ein "leichtes Problem". Der 65-Jährige erklärte: "Phil ist unser Schlagzeuger und er kann nicht mehr spielen... Sein [15-jähriger Sohn Nick] hat für ihn einen sehr guten Job gemacht. Er hört sich genauso unglaublich an wie Phil, wenn er spielt." Vielleicht könnte Nick Collins also zukünftig Genesis unterstützen?

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