Movie theater executives say streaming services will never replace the movie theater experience Sunday, Apr 26 2020 

Executives expect people will still come to theaters for big blockbuster releases in summer and fall, making up for lost business in spring.


Support local businesses with our ‘Love Local’ page Sunday, Apr 19 2020 

Love Local is a one-stop destination for people looking to support their favorite local businesses!


Bookstore will allow mail-in rental returns and buybacks Tuesday, Apr 14 2020 

By Victoria Doll–

The University of Louisville bookstore will accept rental returns and textbook buybacks online because of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Even though the U of L campus bookstore is temporarily closed to the public, there will still be on-site processing and shipping during the closure. Rental return dates have been extended by 15 days to give customers enough time to mail back their books.

The bookstore is also offering free shipping for textbook returns to promote social distancing practices in the midst of the pandemic.

According to the campus bookstore website, “The store is already extending free shipping, with no minimum purchase, to the entire campus community to fulfill any academic needs that may arise.” The free return shipping label and packing slip can be found in your U of L email or through the campus bookstore website.

The bookstore is encouraging people to regularly visit their website for updates, as store hours are changing often.

The bookstore will continue to buy back textbooks but with slight changes. According to the bookstore website, books can be bought back online through the “Sell Your Textbooks” link in the site footer.

In addressing these changes, the campus bookstore emphasized that, “Our highest priority is the health and welfare of our campus community and our store staff.” They also said they are following the health protocols given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.

For any other questions regarding the bookstore’s response or changes in policy, please refer to their website or call 502-852-5913.

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Small businesses in Kentuckiana relying on Paycheck Protection Program to stay afloat, keep employees Tuesday, Apr 14 2020 

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More than 45 city and business leaders joined forces to fight the coronavirus and its lasting impacts.


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"I just hope that out of the spirit of giving, we can try to save as many as we can."


Economic recovery program to help businesses, nonprofits find relief during pandemic Tuesday, Apr 7 2020 

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Yew Dell Botanical Gardens move online to sell, show off flowers Saturday, Apr 4 2020 

Yew Dell is closed to the public right now, but visitors can instead head to their social media accounts to see the beautiful blooms.


Meijer to limit number of shoppers in stores due to coronavirus outbreak Saturday, Apr 4 2020 

The retailer is asking customers to limit number of shoppers per trip adhering to social distancing guidelines.


Louisville mayor announces loan program to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 outbreak Tuesday, Mar 31 2020 

Businesses with 10 employees or less would qualify for up to $25,000 at no interest for 12 months.


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