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Norton Cancer Institute: A Downtown Cancer Treatment and Research Center

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July 27, 2011
Norton Cancer Institute: A Downtown Cancer Treatment and Research Center

    By Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N. I got a look-see at the Norton Cancer Institute along with about 500 other guests today at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the 65,000 square-foot Norton Cancer Institute (NCI) located 676 South Floyd Street which is on the northwest corner of Broadway & Floyd on edge...
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Homearama a Hit at Norton Commons

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July 26, 2011
Homearama a Hit at Norton Commons

Here’s some evidence that the economy is turning — they’re packing them in at Homearama at Norton Commons, where 21 homes (16 already sold) are on display. The two-week showcase of homes in the East End has been host to hundreds of visitors since opening July 16. Last night was no exception, as a...
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Too Much Weekend

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July 18, 2011
Too Much Weekend

I think I’m ready for Monday. Starting Friday, good friends invited me for a great round of golf at Wildwood Country Club. I won’t go through the round shot by shot here,  but I did have a personal best on the front 9 and a birdie on the back. That night, I took in...
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‘Halfway’ Part 1: Derby City gets down

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July 16, 2011
‘Halfway’ Part 1: Derby City gets down

Halfway to Forecastle 2011 has come and gone, and while a great number of satisfied eardrums out there are in need of some well-deserved rest, I suspect that just as many are already asking of 2012's festival, "Are we there yet?"
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Flooding on Floyd

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July 11, 2011
Flooding on Floyd

A water main break on Floyd Street created this watery scene on a hot and sunny afternoon. Thanks to our own Gabe Duverge for the photos.
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Non-Profits Spread the Word

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July 11, 2011
Non-Profits Spread the Word

Louisville businesses give about the same amount to non-profits are our peer cities, but when it comes to health care, it’s a different story. Kevin Connelly’s talk at the Breakfast of Champions this morning focused on the importance of non-profits in the local economy. He heads the Center for Non Profit Excellence, a local...
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Double Dose of Mayors in J-town

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July 9, 2011
Double Dose of Mayors in J-town

Mayor Greg Fischer joined Mayor Bill Dieruf at the Jeffersontown Farmers Market in what was billed as a cooking contest. Fischer was assigned the task of cutting up veggies, but spent much of his time passing out samples from the short ribs on the grill. Dieruf, meanwhile, was doing what he was told by...
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Blues On Us This Weekend

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July 7, 2011
Blues On Us This Weekend

Have you ever been to the Blues and Barbecue Festival down at the Water Tower? It’s a great party, presented every year by the good folks over at Bisig Impact Group, who are usually nice enough to provide the “Pulse of the City” with a few tickets to give away. There are bands Friday,...
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Siegs On The River…A Place To Forget Your Troubles!

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July 2, 2011
Siegs On The River…A Place To Forget Your Troubles!

I get lucky every once in a while. The old saying that it’s good to know friends with boats couldn’t be more true than in our lovely River City. So,when asked to hang out on the river yesterday with Matt Coleman, a friend of mine, I graciously accepted. The beauty of Louisville really comes alive...
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ORBP Part 2: Oh the people you’ll meet!

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July 1, 2011
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Over the course of two community forums this week, interested and interesting parties on both sides of the debate managed to vocalize a wide range of opinions on the latest incarnation of the Ohio River Bridges Project in a largely civil fashion that should leave us proud of our fellow citizens.
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