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“Outside the Lines” today on ESPN: NCAA, Uof L, Pitino and the Era of Accountability

  I think this tweet sums up the University of Louisville scandal thats getting ready to blow up on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” investigation today: ESPN and Sportscenter is on a roll his morning to prime its extended “Outside the Lines” expose’ featuring for the first time on camera, self-described former escort Katina Powell. Ms.Powell, 42, is the author of the damning “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen,” published this month by details nearly two dozen stripping and sex parties from 2010 to 2014 inside Billy Minardi Hall, the on-campus dorm for athletes. The ESPN Outside the Lines…


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Louisville Uncovered presents: US Marine Hospital

The United States Marine Hospital: Portland, Kentucky The Ohio River has been the lifeblood of Louisville since the beginning of the River City. Back then river traffic had the nighty Ohio looking more like Spaghetti Junction than a lazy river. It was a pleasure to get an insiders look at the hospital as it stands today on Louisville Uncovered!  In 1837, Congress authorized the construction of the U.S. Marine Hospital in Louisville “for the benefit of sick seamen, boatmen, and other navigators on the western rivers and lakes.” (Ohio and Mississippi rivers and Great Lakes.) At this time, steamboats dominated…


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Louisville Uncovered presents: History of Greenhouses in St. Matthews

Louisville Uncovered presents: History of Greenhouses in St. Matthews, Nanz & Kraft history   Louisville Uncovered presents a historical look back on the acreage of St. Matthews Kentucky c. 1800. We now know it as a social setting full of popular restaurants , bars and shopping, but once upon a time, there was a “hotbed” of “hothouses” aka greenhouses covering this parcel of Louisville! (Courtesy of Nanz & Kraft Florists) Nanz and Neuner Inc., was founded in 1850 in Louisville, Kentucky, after Henry Nanz left his native Germany where he had been a horticulturist. In the year 1850, he opened…


Louisville Uncovered presents: The Heigold House, mystery behind the facade on River Road

The Heigold House was built by immigrant stonemason Christopher Heigold, and stands at the intersection of River Road and Frankfort Avenue, watch the history around it on Louisville Uncovered !      “The Point” was a thriving 19th century neighborhood east of Downtown Louisville and opposite Towhead Island along the Ohio River. It was located north of the present day Butchertown area. Starting in the 1840s it was home to many upper income residents who had moved from New Orleans, giving the area the nickname “the Frenchmen’s Row”. They built many mansion houses in the area, the best known of which was…


Louisville Uncovered presents: A timeless Louisville favorite food lives on, nearly 120 years later.

Louisville Uncovered presents a fresh episode: “Benedictine Uncovered”   Benedictine, is a spread made with cucumbers and cream cheese, was invented near the beginning of the 20th century by Jennie Carter Benedict (1860–1928), a caterer, restaurateur and cookbook author in Louisville, Kentucky.[11] After attending Fannie Farmer’s Boston Cooking School, she built a 256-square-foot kitchen with a 48-square-foot pantry in her backyard in 1893 (with no running water!) for what she thought was an excessive $316.85 so she could better serve her catering clientele. Watch the story, now, “Uncovered” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meiK5siOG3I In 1900, “Miss Jennie”  opened a restaurant and tea room…


Louisville Uncovered: Parish picnics begin!

Whoo hoo! Summertime is upon us! We love going to the parish picnics around town, and even if its not your church, its so much fun for the whole family and we get out of cooking:) There are 53 picnics coming up from June-September alone… and Louisville Uncovered will soon be uncovering some scoop about picnics, so stay tuned! Check out the  list for the 2015 parish picnics around ‪#‎Louisville‬, Scroll down to see them all, it contains the entire year! Enjoy, Louisville! ‪#‎LouisvilleUncovered‬ ‪#‎picnics‬ ‪#‎churchpicnic‬ ‪#‎PicnicSchedule‬ ‪#‎Summer‬‪#‎Fun‬ ‪#‎FamilyFun‬ ‪#‎FamilyEvents‬ ‪#‎Happenings‬ ‪#‎LoveLouisville‬ ‪#‎OLOL‬‪#‎StJoes‬ ‪#‎FriedChicken‬ ‪#‎Games‬ ‪#‎Festivals‬ ‪#‎Carnivals‬ http://www.archlou.org/parishes/picnics-festivals/


Louisville Uncovered meets the NBC PGA Senior Championship Coverage today!

Happy PGA Sunday! Today’s TV episode of Louisville Uncovered​ will air today as the “Lead In” for the NBC Sports coverage of the Sr. PGA Championship! Watch WAVE3TV @ 1:58pm EST , today, 5/24 and see what we have #Uncovered this week! Thanks for tuning in & Good Luck to everyone playing French Lick! Check out more Louisville Uncovered episodes on the Facebook page , Or on the Louisville Uncovered YouTube channel!  #LouisvilleUncovered #PGAChampionship #FrenchLick #PeteDye #GolfCentral, #SeniorPGAChampionship, #PGAofAmerica, #BernhardLanger, #ColinMontgomerie, #BrianHenninger, #EstebanToledo, #TomLehman, Catch up with NBC Sports updates here: http://www.golfchannel.com/media/senior-pga-monty-leads-langer-heading-sunday/


#TBT: The very first airing of TV show, “Louisville Uncovered”

“In 1893, two Louisville sisters, Patty and Mildred J. Hill, both schoolteachers, wrote the song “Good Morning to All” for their kindergarten class. The lyrics were later changed to the more recognizable, “Happy Birthday to You“. This is now the most performed song in the English language.    “Happy Birthday to You“, also known more simply as “Happy Birthday“, is a song that is traditionally sung to celebrate the anniversary of a person’s birth. According to the 1998 Guinness Book of World Records, “Happy Birthday to You” is the most recognized song in the English language, followed by “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow“.    The song’s…


Louisville’s Pendennis Club and the origin of Henry Bain Sauce

from Louisville Uncovered: A southern meat sauce Legacy: Created over 150 years ago for the game prepared for members,, the Pendennis Club in Louisville Kentucky, bottled and released their famous Original Henry Bain sauce. Copied by many, but not the original, I uncover the story about the beloved man behind the legacy! “For over a century, Pendennis Club’s The Original Henry Bain’s Famous Sauce was only available to members and guests of the world renowned Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky. After decades of incomparable enjoyment, the Pendennis Club is pleased to share its signature sauce with the public. The release…


Derby Trophy is a Labor of Love

The legacy, the history and gravitas of the Kentucky Derby is virtually unsurpassed by other sporting events of its kind. From the rags to riches stories, down to the sheer atmosphere of the present or days gone by, most see it as a day of fun and revelry. But for a few, there is an emotional, familial bond that takes place the first Saturday in May, and for Susanne Blackinton, it’s her day.


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