Officer says black pastor not immune to traffic violations Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

A Kentucky police officer says a white officer who pulled over a black pastor this month followed orders of what to do in "these neighborhoods."

KyCAD Launches Community Art Classes For Adults Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

In April of this year, the Kentucky College of Art and Design announced that after eight years of partnering with Spalding University as a host school, it would pursue accreditation and independence, which would make it the only four-year independent college of art and design in the state.

Since then, KyCAD has moved towards licensure and secured new space at the Speed Mansion on Ormsby Avenue, which will serve as the college’s new home.

Additionally, school officials announced the formation of the OPEN CITY Arts Program, a selection of non-credit arts courses.

“It is a way for us to further engage in the community beyond our degree program,” said Joyce Ogden, KyCAD’s dean and vice president of academic affairs. “They are for ages 17 and up and it’s for young adults, working professionals, retired folks. We will be offering introductory-level classes.”

Courses will be offered weekday evenings and Saturdays; they will run in six-week sessions. Some example courses include:

  • Drawing Old Louisville
  • Mindful Art: Exploring Your Creative Process Through Art, Meditation and Yoga
  • Introduction to Metal Fabrication
  • History of Anatomical Illustration
  • Kinetic Sculpture

A full course list is available here; classes begin on Oct. 8.

Louisville’s East Market District is throwing a party Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

Keith Kaiser finds out what's happening during the 10th annual NuLu Fest.

Kentucky forestry officials prepare for fall wildfire season Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

Despite a wet start to autumn, the Kentucky Division of Forestry is preparing for the fall wildfire season.

Oh dear, start watching for deer on Kentucky roadways Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

The Kentucky Transportation Department is warning drivers to start watching for deer as the animals become more active over the next few months.

New Albany domestic violence shelter to close, but director promises better approach Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

JCPS board approves $1.7 billion budget Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

U of L research has paralyzed patients learning to stand and walk Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

Elizabethtown man impaled in throat by metal stake trying to save escaped horses Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

JCPS board approves $1.7 billion budget Wednesday, Sep 26 2018 

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