Here’s the trailer for the My Morning Jacket film “One Big Holiday,” produced and directed by Christopher Guetig, a former drummer for MMJ. It chronicles the band’s return to Louisville to play in the massive KFC Yum! Center. This film and many others are featured in Louisville’s Flyover Film Festival this weekend.
Joanne & Rick Pitino are surrounded by their daughter, granddaughter, daughter-in-law, and their four sons in Phoenix, March 24, 2012. This photo brought enormous response online from those curious about the status of one of Louisville’s most prominent families. The faces tell the story. Life is good. (photo: Vinny Tatum)
Here is the lead photo in David Stockhoff’s portfolio of the 1937 flood in Louisville, Kentucky. Pictured above is WHAS Radio’s chief announcer Pete Monroe, who led a team of announcers that stayed on the air for 188 hours broadcasting emergency reports and flood situation updates. Monroe, 29, died later that year. (photo: Margaret Bourke-White)