One of the first things you notice about Aubrey Clemons is his smile, almost cartoonish in its expanse, each tooth straight and bright like a row of “Wheel of Fortune” squares awaiting
When you go to see Dr. Kim Carpenter, she does not play around.
To say that Anthony Smith is a busy man with big goals would be a grand understatement.
Fresh out of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Deborah Yetter returned home to Louisville in 1978 and applied for a reporting job at The Courier-Journal.
Letters to the Editor
Wearing skinny black jeans and a T-shirt, 17-year-old Savannah Dietrich tucks her feet beneath her as she folds into her dad’s Lazy Boy chair.
The Radio Host
When public radio is at its best, it brings music, community and a strong point of view together in a way that can’t be faked.
Arsenio Zignoto is not the name given him by those who brought him into the world, but neither is Zignoto merely the sum of his chromosomes.
The Lost Boys
Inside a brick ranch house, sitting on a soft, brown sectional couch, Michael Pac, David Bior and James Malou watch a Saturday afternoon Kansas City Chiefs game on a big-screen TV.
Facts, rumors and political innuendo: Senate race 2014 edition
Just five days after being mocked by his Democratic colleagues on the Senate floor for filibustering his own bill, Sen.