Norton Neuroscience Institute nurse practitioner Jessica Johnston’s ‘amazing’ experience was on display across the country The opportunity of a lifetime came calling for Louisvillian Jessica Johnston in March 2017. That’s when the 29-year-old was selected as a cast member for the 35th season of “Survivor,” CBS’s Emmy award-winning reality television show. Despite the fears…Read More
GoWild, a new outdoors app, was created by Louisville-area entrepreneurs to form a community – from grizzled hunters to novice campers to “noodlers” BRAD LUTTRELL was walking through the woods in Bell County in the fall of 2016, scouting for deer, when the question flashed in his mind: “When I get one, am I even…Read More
125 Years of Norton Children’s Hospital on Display at the Frazier COURTESY PHOTOS Brace yourself. The following is a bit, um, tough to stomach: “With anesthesia not yet available in 1892, 5-year-old Radford Duff was given a shot of whiskey and salt-packed ice to numb his hip before surgery 125 years ago at Norton Children’s…Read More
WE’VE HIGHLIGHTED ATHLETES FROM A VARIETY OF SPORTS. NOW WE’RE LOOKING FOR MORE. Do you know an athlete or someone who is living a fit life or trying to? Tell us: Who is the next Athlete Next Door by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The past month has been a tough one for many sports fans, especially fellow Louisville supporters. It’s been a constant game of “But Wait – There’s More.” So, what happens next for the local sports landscape? We asked Howie Lindsey of 790 KRD to tackle this question, which undoubtedly was a challenging task for our…Read More
Photo & Story by Jeff Nunn of CardinalSportsZone.com The University of Louisville had a player voted to the first team in the first-ever Associated Press preseason football All-American list. No, it wasn’t the reigning Heisman trophy winner, Lamar Jackson, but rather junior cornerback, Jaire Alexander. Alexander also was named to Sports Illustrated’s 2017 Preseason All-America…Read More
It’s a Boy! Normally, we post a photo of an athlete or location meant to induce inspiration. This time, however, we’re using this space to announce the birth of The Final Say columnist Zach McCrite’s second child, Monroe, though, of course, all props should be given to mama Brit McCrite, who is an inspiration herself….Read More