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Day 14: League of Legends and Watching the World Series

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October 29, 2014
Game 7 is Wednesday

Journal Day 14: LUKE Today was just a blur to be honest. Every class was just a slog of a bunch of work or notes. Lots of rain so the walk home was quite crummy. My teachers were nice and didn’t hit me with a whole of homework. So when I got home I...
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Naps, Thai Food and Dogs: An Interview with Xerxes’ Joseph Goode

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October 28, 2014
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by Jake Curtis Local Louisville hardcore outfit Xerxes has been a mainstay in the punk scene for about five years. Since its beginning, starting out as a five-piece, the band has changed drastically from its loud, raw brand of hardcore to a catchier, darker and noisier blend of punk and 80’s Goth rock.  The...
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Day 7: Monday Blahs and Rick Pitino’s Speech

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October 21, 2014
Rick Pitino

Journal, Day 7. LUKE: School was one of those Mondays that drag on quite a while but not much work. Though when I see it’s almost November I can’t really believe it. I’m not that normal in that I don’t really want to grow up but it’s a part of life and there is definitely...
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Day 5: Saturday in the Ballpark

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October 19, 2014
Day 5: Saturday in the Ballpark

Our seats at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium are on the 50-yard line, way up in the UPS Flight Deck. If you like the nuances of the game, the Xs and Os,  seeing pass patterns as they develop, they’re great seats. There’s also a wonderful vista, with a view of the city from Iroquois Park...
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A Chat With Louisville’s The Foxery

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October 14, 2014
The Foxery

LouisvilleKY.com welcomes Jake Curtis aboard as our newest contributor.    by Jake Curtis “This scene, as well as this city honestly, has many flaws, everything does, but we’re creative and accepting of weird, new things, and when it comes to art that’s the most important thing you need from an audience.”- Kyle Thompson, bass ...
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Highs and Lows on Tuesday: Herbstreit, a Festival of Ideas and Meeting a Reptile

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October 1, 2014
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Quite a week in my hometown. On Tuesday, ESPN commentator Kirk Herbstreit answered questions friend of Rusty John Asher at a charity luncheon for Catholic schools held in conjunction with the Trinity-St. X football game on Friday. Herbstreit said he’s a regular at the Derby, which Asher reminded us is only 214 days away....
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A Skinkin’ Good Read from Carl Hiaasen

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September 29, 2014
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You’re gonna love Skink. If you’re not familiar with Carl Hiaasen, the Miami Herald columnist (you remember the endangered species, the newspaper columnist) who regularly criticizes politician and polluters in south Florida, his latest book is a good place to start. It features one of Hiaasen’s familiar characters, an ex-governor of Florida turned swamp-stained...
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Imaginarium Promotes Creative Writing

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September 8, 2014
Imaginarium Promotes Creative Writing

    Imaginarium is coming soon! From the Facebook page: “Are you a reader, a writer, a publisher, an editor, game-designer, screenwriter, comic writer, or involved in any kind of creative writing/storytelling? Are you a reader? If yes, then Imaginarium is the perfect event for you! 100% about creative writing, and only $55 to...
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Murder the Devil, Larry Muhammad’s New Play, On Stage at Vault 1031

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September 2, 2014
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Former Rusty Satellite Show guest Larry Muhammad has a new play being performed this week. I’m going to try to go, you should to. Here are the details: Add to upcoming 9/11 observances this year a new Larry Muhammad play at Vault 1031 examining the prospect of homegrown terrorism and how it links to...
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Drama in Darkness at the PGA

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August 11, 2014
McIlory struggled on the front, but charged home for the win in near darkness

There were fans who so wanted to see the finish of the PGA Championship that they set up at spots early in the morning on Sunday, expecting to be there for an exciting finish about 7 o'clock. But Valhalla absorbed another inch of rain, and the odds of the last group finishing before sunset...
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