FORECAST: Today’s the calm before Tuesday thunderstorms, Wednesday snow Monday, Mar 2 2015 

Clouds increase overnight to bring a chance of light freezing rain or freezing drizzle early tomorrow morning. This could cause icy roads for the Tuesday morning commute.

Volunteers pack 20,000 meals for needy families Monday, Mar 2 2015 


Officials investigating reports of mildew smell in Louisville Monday, Mar 2 2015 


Abandoned dogs find new home after finding each other Monday, Mar 2 2015 


SUNDAY EDITION | Downtown Louisville grocery promised despite uncertain market Monday, Mar 2 2015 


Decision on future of Walmart to be made today Monday, Mar 2 2015 

Sunday Morning Hangover – 3/1/15 Monday, Mar 2 2015 

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Nick and Nick talk impressive performances by the Cards and the Cats.

REVIEW: Tender Mercy – “Sacred Sphinx” Monday, Mar 2 2015 

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Sacred Sphinx

One of the toughest, and most under appreciated things to pull off in music is being quiet. Playing quietly requires you to be much more precise and deliberate with every note. Individual tones and intervals are thoroughly heard and taken in, so each note means a lot more. This is why the new Tender Mercy album Sacred Sphinx is so impressive.

Sacred Sphinx is a meditative trip through the mind of Mark Kramer, the single artist on the project. It’s beautifully layered with a cathedral-sounding reverb and delay when it is needed. With these effects Mark is able to make one note boom as if you are alone in the Grand Canyon.

Albums like this are rare. Mark Kramer knows when silence is more important than finding the next note. Also, barely any chords are played on the guitar through the entire album. He hits one note at a time, always making sure it’s the right one. The album uses these techniques and layers as a theme that makes the album as a whole, one piece of sonic art.

Sacred Sphinx is available to stream and buy here. I recommend checking out the limited edition Cassette; find it at one of Louisville's record stores.

3/6 Jalin Roze, 1200, Allen Poe @ New Vintage Monday, Mar 2 2015 

our friends at Never Nervous are hosting a massive Hip Hop event at New Vintage on March 6th with   over 10 artists including Jalin Roze, 1200, Allen Poe (from our state's capitol) and 37FLOOD favorite Skyscraper Stereo. $10/$6 for UofL Students.

Bacon Roasted Chicken Tortellini makes an easy and delicious dinner Monday, Mar 2 2015 

Kroger Chef Paul Dowell is sharing a one-dish dinner that's filling and quick to throw together.

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