From reviving classic outlaw music to feature length anime films, two Kentucky musicians are harnessing their talents to take a wrecking ball to the prevailing narrative about their homeland.
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Between the popularity of The Walking Dead television adaptation of a comic series started by two Kentuckians and the year-over-year explosive growth of the Louisville Zombie Walk, Kentucky has become an unexpected hotbed for all things undead.
Public School Citizen Observations on Supporting Public Education Today Posted March 12, 2019 Debbie Wesslund Blog Last week I was inspired during a speech about public education. That doesn’t happen much these days, but it should happen more. Inspiration is essential in the business of education. Dr. Vicki Phillips came home to Kentucky to participate…
Kirby Adams, Louisville Courier Journal Published 9:48 a.m. ET June 20, 2019Hip-hop sound engineer and Kentucky native Finis “KY” White got his big break in the music industry working alongside Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne. “I even moved to Miami with him and recorded and mixed several hit records for Wayne,” White writes on his website….