Category Archives: Columns/Blogs


The Endless Story of Tom Jurich

By Zach McCrite It never ends. Every month, I am given carte blanche to write about whatever I want to write about in this space. My goal, obviously, is to write about what people in the community want to read about when they open a Kentuckiana-based sports magazine. And every month, seemingly, here I am,…Read More


Stressed Out

You’ve read about how busy is our family, and, if you’re feeling that hustle and bustle is a recurring theme in our household, you’re spot on. It’s a way of life for us and it’s not slowing down anytime soon. We work at streamlining the stress when we can but, admittedly, we often become overwhelmed….Read More

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The Beauty of Hunting

By Jim Biery Man, do I miss watching cartoons on Saturday mornings and Elmer Fudd’s neverending quest to catch Bugs Bunny! It’s the classic tale of man in the wild trying to find food to provide for his family. Now, this classic cartoon did not come close to portraying such a life or death scenario…Read More


‘It’s Not Right, But It’s OK’

Padgett and the Cards making the best of an unfair situation By Howie Lindsey of 790 KRD To borrow a line from the legendary Whitney Houston, “It’s not right, but it’s OK….” David Padgett and the Cardinals are going to make it anyway. The situation Padgett and the Cardinals were handed wasn’t right – in…Read More


Regardless Of Your Thoughts On Pitino, He Is Missed Right Now

By Zach McCrite  I already miss Rick Pitino. Truly, I do. This is to say nothing negative towards David Padgett, the interim head coach of the University of Louisville basketball team. He’s a fine man in a precarious spot. I’m also not implying that Rick Pitino should still be the coach of the Cardinals. No…Read More


FamFitter: Year in Review

By Adam & Kristin Kleinert  A year’s worth of exploring the path to a fitter family has made for an interesting journey. Words we’d use to describe it include the following: frustrating, enlightening, empowering, entertaining. Sometimes it was rather fun; sometimes it was a downright chore, though it was never boring. This month, as the…Read More


Six Things I’ve Learned in 2017

By Angie Fenton Numbers matter…and don’t. I weighed nearly 180 pounds when I gave birth to my daughter in January 2016. Saying, “I want to lose weight” was easy, but what did that really mean? To be healthy, for my 5-foot-2 frame, I was told I should weigh between 110 and 140 pounds. But thanks…Read More


How the Grinch Failed to steal Christmas!

By Jim Biery Wow, I can’t believe how fast this year has gone by. Reminds me of how fast the Grinch can come down a chimney and try to steal Christmas from all the Who’s in Whoville. Alright, I know that may be the lamest introduction to my column I’ve done all year. Can’t help it….Read More


Let Them Be Coached | FamFitter

By Adam & Kristin Kleinert Basketball season is a bustling time in the Kleinert household. It’s been like this for some years now and, though it’s a hectic time for our family, we honestly wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, our oldest child’s first public outing (she’s now a freshman) was to attend…Read More


CTE: Let’s Use Our Head on This

By Jim Biery When I was seven, I was a typical kid who couldn’t wait to go outside and play with my friends. As I ran down the hallway and started down the hardwood stairs, I was also trying to save time and put on my shirt in the process. Halfway down, I missed a…Read More