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Abstract Expressionism, Rooted in Louisville

By Tara Anderson

Sally Hazelet Drummond received a master's degree from the Hite Institute in 1952 and joined the Tanager Gallery, a well-known artist co-op. Read Story


Coalfields Communities Hoping for Billions in Federal Money

By Erica Peterson

President Obama unveiled the “Power+ Plan” in his proposed budget in February. Read Story


Rural ‘Kynector’ Awaits Future of Kentucky’s Health Care Exchange

By Ja'Nel Johnson

Governor-elect Matt Bevin intends to dismantle Kynect and roll back the state's Medicaid expansion. Read Story


In Louisville, An Unlikely Conservation Success Story: Black-Footed Ferrets

By Erica Peterson

In the zoo’s Conservation Center, Keeper Guy Graves stood in a room filled with small cages. Inside each one, poking its head up from a corrugated pipe sticking out of the floor, was a black-footed ferret. Read Story


Bourbon Baroque To Present Vintage ‘Messiah’

By Tara Anderson

Performances of Handel’s “Messiah” are a holiday tradition, but one group in Louisville is doing it the old-fashioned way. Read Story