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He fled to Kent, Washington where he was arrested after a manhunt.” Contributor Page — Katie Klabusich Selected Pieces: #Its Totally Me: a series on dating, culture, & the stigma of not having a “plus one” coauthored with Wagatwe Wanjuki “Rep.Barbara Lee On Protecting Abortion Rights” “Dear Millennials: Please Keep Fighting” You also can read my work in : “Lessons from Law & Order: Twenty-One Writers Share Their Takeaways from America’s Favorite Crime Procedural” — Spring Issue, 2015 Book Review: “Damaged Goods: New Perspectives on Christian Purity” by Dianna E.Squire Boone Caverns; Louisville's Olmsted Parks; Modern Homes; Lisa Hite - Louisville Metro Parks; Louisville Tea Company | #919Located 45 minutes from downtown Louisville, take a tour of Squire Boone Caverns in Mauckport, Indiana, a cave system discovered by explorer Daniel Boone and his brother Squire in 1790; Louisville Life wraps up its series of the Olmsted Park system by exploring its founding and history; from the book Modern Houses of Louisville, Throwback shines a spotlight on notable homes in the area; Lisa Hite, senior planner at Louisville Metro Parks, provides an update on the 100-mile trail that will loop Louisville; and Louisville Tea Company offers a variety of high quality loose-leaf tea as well as artisan teas from around the world.Old 502 Winery & Falls City Brewing; Schrodt Art Studio; Southern Exposition; Bob Hill; St. Copying the date-specific link location will help your visitors find the exact spot on our always changing LISTEN page. For additional information, please refer to our Copyright Policy David has made a name for himself in the social justice and international development fields as a professional public speaker, university and college lecturer, and social entrepreneur. This way, when next Saturday comes around (our REAL Season 11 Premiere) hopefully Tim won't be such a TOOL!! Since it's our last LIVE month of Season #10, and it's finally getting kinda hot up our way, we thought we'd take a page from our Southern listeners and try a slightly different format for the month of July!
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Gallopalooza; Kirby Adams; Courier-Journal; Sarah Reed Harris - Interfaith Relations; Louisville Slugger | #917The artists of Gallopalooza create colorful images on fiberglass horse statues to encourage local exploration and civic pride; meet Kirby Adams who made the switch from television reporting to The Courier-Journal; a look back at the history of The Courier Journal and the building that's been its home since 1948; Sarah Reed Harris, managing director of the Center for Interfaith Relations, talks about this year's Festival of Faiths event; and the sights and sounds of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory are showcased. Graham Brown; Kevin Lynch - Sister Cities; Hot Brown; Mellwood Antiques & Interiors | #916Get your oven mitts ready for a cooking class at Cooking at the Cottage in St.
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Matthews Feed & Seed store has been providing Louisvillians with gardening merchandise and plants for over seventy years.
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