Julius Friedman: A Louisville presence

Around this time last summer, Julius Friedman was gleefully recreating one of his most famous pieces of art with a group of children. Under his direction, the kids dropped scoops of ice cream into the upturned bell of a gleaming French horn. The project was part of...

Remembering Louis Coleman’s moxie

Few Louisvillians in recent memory possessed more moxie than Rev. Louis Coleman. The perennial protester, usually dressed in casual gear, armed with a bullhorn and flanked by a small but committed group of like-minded souls, was a familiar sight around Louisville for...