John Hackworth concerned with team’s confidence after Louisville City FC’s 1-3 start Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

LouCity FC coach John Hackworth was disappointed in the team's play in the loss to Sporting Kansas City II.


Appointments for in-person unemployment help coming to Louisville filled within hours Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet said appointments for unemployment assistance will take place at UAW Local 862 Union Hall.


Fischer says city’s reaction to Breonna Taylor investigation will be ‘defining moment’ for Louisville Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

The mayor said that while he understands that some people may be upset — whatever decision Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office reaches — the residents of Louisville have to focus on long-term improvements.

Cooking class start-up Chibo donates $20,000 to help Louisville restaurant workers Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

A new startup blends technology with cooking and is helping struggling restaurant workers in the process.

Former employees accuse Kentucky accident lawyer of ‘monstrous’ sexual misconduct Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

Accident lawyer Corbin Shane Romines is accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing and harassing two employees and trying to keep them separated


Metro Council committee urges LMPD to speed up its internal investigations Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

The Public Safety Committee's resolution also encourages the city to more quickly release certain documents and materials to the public.

Online program aims to help Clark County students get back on track after pandemic learning loss Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

Greater Clark County Schools is using some of its emergency funding from the CARES Act, the federal coronavirus stimulus bill, to help students get back on track.

In-person unemployment assistance to be offered in Louisville next week by appointment only Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

Residents will not be be seen without an appointment.

New ‘Jeep build’ program will allow local veterans to learn new skills, enjoy days off-roading Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

For many participants, the project is a metaphor of what they have been through.

“Mel Brooks Make A Noise”: Film Review Podcasst Wednesday, Jul 29 2020 

It was one of those days that come all too often in these cockamamie times.

I needed something familiar, comfortable, funny and sweet, to take me away from the present.

To see the film I was thinking of, I would have had to subscribe to yet another streaming service. And, I mean, enough is enough, right?

So, surfing about Amazon Prime I came upon this delightful documentary about one of America’s great all-time funnymen.

Among his many other successes — including how he won Anne Bancroft’s heart from the get go — Mel Brooks created two of, oh, the ten funniest films ever. Both of which were released in the same calendar year, 1974.

Plus, it’s not like “Blazing Saddles” and the even more brilliant “Young Frankenstein” were his only noteworthy accomplishments.

One of the reasons I cherish this documentary so much is that we learn more about Brooks as a human being. How intelligent and empowering to women he has been.

Then there’s all the great insider stories. Like his relationship with Alfred Hitchcock.

For more info, listen to the podcast below:

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