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Can a design project help shed light on human trafficking? This Kentucky company thinks so

Anchal Project and Kentucky College of Art + Design collaborate to raise awareness for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

Did you buy a puzzle during COVID-19? It might have been made by this Kentucky company

Running a puzzle company is not as simple as putting a few good pieces together. Ask this team behind a growing company right here in Kentucky.


Two iconic neighborhood diners say they’re ‘surviving’ pandemic, but business is way down

Despite the current dining industry issues, these two diners are doing everything they can to ensure pieces of the past remain in Louisville’s future.


Bootleggers and deadly feuds: How this distillery keeps its ‘illegal’ moonshine history alive

Royce Neeley is a master distiller who owns a stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, but his family has a wild history of bootlegging moonshine.


Louisville shows this week: ‘Evil Dead’ with Bruce Campbell, Louisville Orchestra & more

From “Evil Dead: With Live Commentary from Bruce Campbell” to “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons” with Louisville Orchestra, there’s something for everyone.

Inside Louisville’s Atrium Brewing on Logan Street

Atrium Brewing opened at 1154 Logan St. in September and is one more addition to a growing scene for residents to be excited about.


This thriller filmed in Louisville that stars ‘The Office’ alum Rainn Wilson opens Friday

“Don’t Tell a Soul” with Rainn Wilson, Mena Suvari, Fionn Whitehead and Jack Dylan Grazer, opens Jan. 15. The feature film was shot in Kentucky.


Studying airflow, Louisville Orchestra reinvents its musician setup for COVID-19 safety

The Louisville Orchestra didn’t give up when COVID-19 hit. Teddy Abrams and his team have reinvented what it means to perform during a pandemic.


Louisville Orchestra finds new, safe ways to get music to the masses

As the Louisville Orchestra tries to get back to playing during the COVID-19 pandemic, conductor Teddy Abrams and the ensemble try to make it work.


This doughnut shop in Highview closes after 30+ years, business listed for sale

After more than 30 years in business, a Louisville doughnut shop has shut down. Pastry Plus, 7407 Fegenbush Lane, shut down at the end of 2020.


Pollo restaurant in Clifton to close, new loaded fries concept to take over space

Goodbye chicken, hello fries. Pollo — A Gourmet Chicken Joint will shut its doors and be replaced by Fry Daddy’s, an “urban poutine” concept.


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