Devin Katayama is an award-winning journalist who seeks sounds that tell the story of Louisville and its people. Devin was a Follet Fellow at Columbia College Chicago where he earned his master's of arts in journalism. He won the Studs Terkel Community Media Workshop Scholarship award for his story on Chicago's homeless and street youth. Devin has worked with WBEZ Chicago Public Media’s Worldview program and with Northern California KQED’s The California Report.He earned his B.A. in English creative writing at CUNY Hunter College in New York City, where he also performed stand-up comedy. Later, he moved to the California Bay Area, where he was an EMT in Oakland. He plays the guitar and ukulele. You can find his radio work at audiocollected.org.
Under new policies introduced by President Obama last week that seek to normalize relations with the communist country, the mystique of Cuban cigars may soon taper off. That's the take from one Louisville cigar seller. Read Story
Louisville’s Pakistani community will hold a candlelight vigil Saturday in response to a mass school shooting this week in the Pakistan city of Peshawar. An attack by the Taliban terrorist group left more than 140 dead, mostly children, leaving many in … Read Story
A former University of Louisville employee has pleaded guilty to stealing $2.8 million during his tenure at the school through thefts and embezzlement. Perry Chadwick Vaughn, from Sellersburg, Ind., was a former accountant and the director of the university’s Department … Read Story
Whether it's for a white elephant party or something with a local twist, Jacen Brown from Carmichael’s Bookstore has ideas that tempt the taste buds, make us laugh or offer more perspective on the world. Read Story
We checked in Corin Hindenach, who works in Carmichael's Kids bookstore on Bardstown Road. She said she likes to recommend the less popular books—the ones that maybe aren't the biggest sellers, but offer colorful pictures, interesting presentations and good stories. Read Story