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April 11, 2009 | Associated Press
Readers might have done a double-take when they saw Friday's edition of the Courier-Journal newspaper in Louisville, Ky. The front page was reproduced as an artist's rendering, from photographs to type -- even the masthead. Only the bar code was untouched. The hand-drawn replica, by Turkish conceptual artist Serkan Ozkaya, is a project by a public art partnership among the artist, the newspaper and artwithoutwalls, a Louisville-based nonprofit that strives to bring art to new audiences in nontraditional places.
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November 4, 2011
Breeders' Cup race-by-race rundown from Eric Sondheimer: Ladies' Classic Royal Delta surged from third place at the top of the stretch to win the $2-million Ladies' Classic, beating It's Tricky by 21/2 lengths in the 11/8-mile race. Favorite Plum Pretty from trainer Bob Baffert's stable led by a head at the stretch but fell to fifth. Juvenile Sprint Secret Circle, the first of nine scheduled Breeders' Cup starters for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, came through as the odds-on favorite.
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June 11, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Louisville Archdiocese announced Tuesday that it will pay $25.7 million to nearly 250 alleged victims of sexual abuse by priests and other employees of the Roman Catholic Church. Archbishop Thomas Kelly spoke directly to victims in announcing details of the settlement, saying that "no child should ever have had experienced what happened to you." "I promise we are doing everything possible to prevent child abuse in the church," he said.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2009 | Associated Press
Readers might have done a double-take when they saw Friday's edition of the Courier-Journal newspaper in Louisville, Ky. The front page was reproduced as an artist's rendering, from photographs to type -- even the masthead. Only the bar code was untouched. The hand-drawn replica, by Turkish conceptual artist Serkan Ozkaya, is a project by a public art partnership among the artist, the newspaper and artwithoutwalls, a Louisville-based nonprofit that strives to bring art to new audiences in nontraditional places.
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April 1, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
As his victims sat behind him in a Louisville courtroom, a retired Roman Catholic priest pleaded guilty to sexually abusing 21 children. "I remember these children very well," Father Louis E. Miller said as the judge read the names of each victim. "I remember fondling these children." Miller, 72, pleaded guilty as his trial was about to begin in Jefferson County Circuit Court on 44 counts of indecent and immoral practices and six counts of sexual abuse.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 2006 | Chris Pasles
Pasadena Symphony music director Jorge Mester, who already conducts the Naples (Fla.) Philharmonic, will helm yet another ensemble, the Louisville Orchestra, beginning in 2007. Mester previously led the Louisville Orchestra from 1967 to 1979 and will guest conduct the orchestra in late September, then lead it in six programs during the 2007-08 season. His new appointment will not affect his eight-date annual commitment in Pasadena, according to board president Linda Krantz.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 2, 2000
What's happening the next few weeks: * "Riverdance," the revue of Irish music and dance, will be at Whitney Hall, Kentucky Center for the Arts, 501 W. Main St., Nov. 14-19. (800) 775-7777. * Margaret Edson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Wit" is running at the Actors Theatre of Louisville through Nov. 18. 316 W. Main St. (502) 584-1205. * Smokey Robinson sings at the Palace Theater on Dec. 15. 625 4th St. (502) 583-4555. * Luciano Pavarotti sings Dec.
SPORTS
November 4, 2011
Breeders' Cup race-by-race rundown from Eric Sondheimer: Ladies' Classic Royal Delta surged from third place at the top of the stretch to win the $2-million Ladies' Classic, beating It's Tricky by 21/2 lengths in the 11/8-mile race. Favorite Plum Pretty from trainer Bob Baffert's stable led by a head at the stretch but fell to fifth. Juvenile Sprint Secret Circle, the first of nine scheduled Breeders' Cup starters for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, came through as the odds-on favorite.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1997 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tricon Global Restaurants Inc., the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, which will be spun off from PepsiCo Inc. later this year, said Thursday that its headquarters will be in Louisville, Ky. The new holding company, which will own more than 30,000 restaurants, said the decision should not be felt at Taco Bell's headquarters in Irvine. "We want to emphasize that this won't have any impact on Taco Bell's headquarters," said David Novak, Tricon's vice chairman and president.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993 | LEN HALL and ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Capistrano schools Supt. James A. Fleming, who joined the district in 1991 and was named one of the nation's top 100 educators earlier this year, is a finalist for a top job in Kentucky. Fleming, 50, departs today for a two-day interview for the superintendent's post at 93,000-student Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, the state's largest school district. "I haven't applied for the position," Fleming said Tuesday. "I have agreed to an interview . . . and to talk to them.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 2006 | Chris Pasles
Pasadena Symphony music director Jorge Mester, who already conducts the Naples (Fla.) Philharmonic, will helm yet another ensemble, the Louisville Orchestra, beginning in 2007. Mester previously led the Louisville Orchestra from 1967 to 1979 and will guest conduct the orchestra in late September, then lead it in six programs during the 2007-08 season. His new appointment will not affect his eight-date annual commitment in Pasadena, according to board president Linda Krantz.
NATIONAL
June 11, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Louisville Archdiocese announced Tuesday that it will pay $25.7 million to nearly 250 alleged victims of sexual abuse by priests and other employees of the Roman Catholic Church. Archbishop Thomas Kelly spoke directly to victims in announcing details of the settlement, saying that "no child should ever have had experienced what happened to you." "I promise we are doing everything possible to prevent child abuse in the church," he said.
NATIONAL
April 1, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
As his victims sat behind him in a Louisville courtroom, a retired Roman Catholic priest pleaded guilty to sexually abusing 21 children. "I remember these children very well," Father Louis E. Miller said as the judge read the names of each victim. "I remember fondling these children." Miller, 72, pleaded guilty as his trial was about to begin in Jefferson County Circuit Court on 44 counts of indecent and immoral practices and six counts of sexual abuse.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 2, 2000
What's happening the next few weeks: * "Riverdance," the revue of Irish music and dance, will be at Whitney Hall, Kentucky Center for the Arts, 501 W. Main St., Nov. 14-19. (800) 775-7777. * Margaret Edson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Wit" is running at the Actors Theatre of Louisville through Nov. 18. 316 W. Main St. (502) 584-1205. * Smokey Robinson sings at the Palace Theater on Dec. 15. 625 4th St. (502) 583-4555. * Luciano Pavarotti sings Dec.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1997 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tricon Global Restaurants Inc., the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, which will be spun off from PepsiCo Inc. later this year, said Thursday that its headquarters will be in Louisville, Ky. The new holding company, which will own more than 30,000 restaurants, said the decision should not be felt at Taco Bell's headquarters in Irvine. "We want to emphasize that this won't have any impact on Taco Bell's headquarters," said David Novak, Tricon's vice chairman and president.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993 | LEN HALL and ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Capistrano schools Supt. James A. Fleming, who joined the district in 1991 and was named one of the nation's top 100 educators earlier this year, is a finalist for a top job in Kentucky. Fleming, 50, departs today for a two-day interview for the superintendent's post at 93,000-student Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, the state's largest school district. "I haven't applied for the position," Fleming said Tuesday. "I have agreed to an interview . . . and to talk to them.
BUSINESS
February 18, 2002 | Associated Press
Offered for just three years, power adjusters for gas and brake pedals have become Ford Motor Co.'s best-selling optional feature. Ford markets the adjusters as a convenience that allows drivers to sit farther from the steering wheel while still reaching the pedals. The feature has been popular with consumers of all sizes, and other auto makers are beginning to offer adjusters.
MAGAZINE
July 22, 1990 | JOHN JOHNSON and RONALD L. SOBLE, John Johnson and Ronald L. Soble, Times staff writers, are working on a book about the Menendez case for New American Library.
ON A MILD SUNDAY last summer, a string of "popping sounds" drifted through the lazy night air of Beverly Hills around 10 o'clock. "I didn't think anything of it," said Tom Zlotow, a neighbor who soon learned that the noises he'd heard from the house right behind his were echoes of the most sensational crime in the history of Beverly Hills. "I didn't even think it could be gunfire, especially around here."
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