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What’d You Do Without TeeVee Yesterday?

May 5th, 2010 by jake · 1 Comment

You should read this powerful story of a 1965 murder in Louisville. [C-J]

The Louisville and Southern Indiana Bridges Authority will meeting tomorrow at 10:00 A.M. at the Muhammad Ali Center. [Media Advisory]

Congressman John Yarmuth touted fallen soldier scholarships in a press release earlier this week. Here’s a story about it. [Fat Lip]

The University of Louisville has set commencement for May 8 at 1:00 P.M. in Freedom Hall. UofL will award about 2,800 degrees this semester. The event will be streamed live if you can’t make it in person. [Press Release and Live Stream]

Latest Kentucky U.S. Senate polling data released, Conway and Grayson down. [Page One]

It’s a good idea to take your kids to get sprayed this summer. Could really help keep the brats under control. [C-J]

Do you remember radio? If you’re not a regular listener of local radio, you should be. Here’s radio’s reaction to the latest King ad. [WFPL]

The second annual Fair Trade Festival is this Saturday. You going? [Consuming Louisville]


Everybody lost teevee yesterday. Any of you folks go crazy for about a day? Insight is awesome, I know. Internet speeds that don’t function as advertised (ever), cable that goes out for entire days, equipment that’s never 100%. [Business First]

Tags: Congress · Dan Mongiardo · Education · Festival · Greg Fischer · Insight Comm. · Jack Conway · Jim King · John Yarmuth · LMPD · Mayor's Race 2010 · Ohio River Bridges · Parks · Polls · Radio · Senate Race · Trey Grayson · University of Louisville · Youth

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  • 1 AC360 // May 5, 2010 at 9:36 am

    WFPL is reporting the city denied Cobalt’s request to demolish 105 Main