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What an evening with THE NEW YORK TIMES correspondents Michael Wines and Sharon LaFraniere on their first return to Louisville in 19 years! It was exciting for us to see our educational mission come to life by connecting Kentucky students with professionals who walk the paths that they dream of taking someday. Through the generosity […]
Please join Kentucky to the World Wednesday, March 16, 2016 for an engaging discussion as three highly successful, native Louisville sisters – an MD and author, an attorney, and a beauty marketing executive – bring to the stage fascinating stories of how their individual professions and passions have brought them love and togetherness in unexpected ways.
By Richard Horgan, October 21, 2015 Originally posted on FishbowlNY website It’s been 19 years since New York Times journalists Michael Wines andSharon LaFraniere were in Louisville. But they are back there tonight for a special panel discussion presented by the event series Kentucky to the World. Wines and LaFraniere met while working at the Louisville Times. They […]
By Blair Hoover, October 20 2015 Originally posted on UKNow website Kentucky to the World, an organization that showcases the unique achievements of extraordinary men and women who claim strong Kentucky ties, will host University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information graduate, Louisville native and former New York Times Beijing Bureau Chief Michael Wines and award-winning New […]
By Sara Havens, October 20, 2015 Originally posted on Insider Louisville website Kentucky to the World is a nonprofit that highlights the achievements of Kentuckians in order to educate and inspire, and its upcoming event on Wednesday will showcase journalists Michael Wines and Sharon LaFraniere, who first met while working at The Louisville Times decades ago and who have since […]
On July 22, 2015, Kentucky to the World welcomed Bill Porter, a legendary automobile designer at GM, who played a seminal role in the history of American muscle car design, having made his mark with the 1968 Pontiac GTO and 1970-73 Pontiac Firebird 400. Bill’s impact on auto design continued into the 1990’s with the […]
By Cameron Aubernon, July 21, 2015 Originally posted on Insider Louisville website Louisville native Bill Porter — a designer behind the 1968 Pontiac GTO and other iconic American cars — will visit his hometown this week to give a presentation on the intersection of design and culture. The event on Wednesday is open to the public […]
By Tara Anderson, July 21 2015 Originally posted on WFPL website You don’t have to be a car geek to recognize the designs Bill Porter is responsible for. Porter, a Louisville native, was a chief designer for General Motors for three decades. He is responsible for the look of some of General Motor’s most iconic […]
By Jo Anne Triplett Originally published in LEO While my taste for classic cars leans towards the boxy Nash Metropolitan, Mercedes 190 and Volvo 240, I can appreciate a streamlined automobile. Even owned a Camaro once, although its power was totally wasted on me. But as a lover of good design, it’s exciting to hear […]