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 cover story, but he handled it with his signature professionalism, optimism and ease. If you want to weigh in with your opinion, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll print as many responses as we can in December.
Though, of course, this could change any moment, as of now New Albany High School senior Romeo Langford has yet to name where he’s going to college, though he and his family were thrilled with their reception at Indiana University. We caught up with Romeo’s father, Tim Langford, in this issue and, like everyone else, can’t wait to see what happens next for the talented teen.
Make plans to stop by the Frazier History Museum sometime soon to see the new exhibit celebrating 125 years of Norton Children’s Hospital. It’s a lesson in history and a beautiful reminder of how much the hospital has meant to our community.
In December, we’ll feature some of the most talented college and high school female basketball players and teams, and Zach McCrite, who writes The Final Say on the last page of each issue, will return.
Until then, enjoy this issue and thanks for giving us a read.
Editor in Chief