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The Healing Place, Heroin and Helping Celebrate Freedom

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February 17, 2015
Laurie Dhue

On Friday, the Healing Place holds its annual Celebrate Freedom Dinner. Laurie Dhue, a former cable TV news anchor who appeared on MSNBC, CNN and Fox, will be there to talk about her personal journey and recovery from addiction. She will be a guest on my podcast, the Rusty Satellite Show, and I’m looking...
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Ben Folds Fab at Sold-out Kentucky Center

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February 1, 2015
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I was pretty sure that Ben Folds was going to put on a memorable show at the Kentucky Center with the Louisville Orchestra. Before last night’s show, I didn’t really know much about Folds. But I knew he had to be more than a mere pop star to get an invite to play with...
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Butchertown, Ben Sollee Are the Stars of Actors’ “At the Vanishing Point”

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January 31, 2015
At the Vanishing Point
Actors Theatre of Louisville, 2015
Photo by Bill Brymer

At The Vanishing Point, currently playing at Actors Theatre, might not be so riveting if it took place in another city, or another neighborhood. But the way it uses Louisville’s Butchertown neighborhood as an omnipresent character in the lives of one family puts your mind squarely on Story Avenue. Or the Fischer’s meatpacking plant,...
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See Larry Muhammad’s “Double V” at Ali Center Feb. 4

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January 25, 2015
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It was “the good war.” That’s how America portrayed its involvement in World War II: a righteous struggle of freedom against tyranny. But America in the 1940s had legal restrictions denying its black citizens the vote, and segregated them in rundown neighborhoods, poor schools and low-paying jobs. Black GIs were assigned to building roads...
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The Brothers Size Brings Powerful Performances

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January 11, 2015
Ben Williamson (drummer) with Ronald Kirk, Che Ayende and Larry Powell in The Brothers Size
Actors Theatre of Louisville, 2015
Photo by Bill Brymer

The Brothers Size, currently being performed at Actors Theatre, is promoted as a “lyrical tale of brotherly love (that) explores the tension between fear and desire on the elusive road to freedom.” That is accurate, perhaps, but it doesn’t prepare you for the reality of the play’s raw emotions, street language and battle of...
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Luke’s Diamond Pursuit and The Newsroom’s Return

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November 10, 2014
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LUKE: Entry for the weekend. Fairly boring week in terms of my journal because I was very focused on achieving my goal for diamond rank this season for my game. Just to give you a scope on how much I had to play, the system is laid out like this. The ladder is divided into...
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Day 15: Luke’s Moving Day and a Trip to Lexington

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October 29, 2014
In Lexington, from the 28th floor

Journal Day 15. LUKE: Today my mom left on a work trip til Sunday. What that means is since my parents are divorced means I stay at my Dad’s til Sunday instead of just this weekend. Another thing is Dad is renting his house to someone from airbnb so we get to stay at my Dad’s girlfriend’s house,...
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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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The Weekend: Games Played and Why I Pull Against UK

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October 27, 2014
A beauty

The Weekend – 10/23-24, 2014 LUKE: Journal Entry #12 So I’m gonna morph the weekend to 1 day here. This weekend a new game came out called Civilization Beyond Earth, a strategy game. So I played that with my friends most of the weekend. I also had work and a bunch of homework but that’s the...
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Day 11: Political Chicken and Friday Night Fire

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October 25, 2014
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LUKE: So I’m gonna use today to mainly talk about a discussion we had throughout the school day with my friends. So one of my friends got a job at Chick-Fil-a which sparked a discussion of whether or not it’s wrong to eat somewhere where you don’t agree with the beliefs of the owner/company. My friend Nico (who never...
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