- Business Insider 21:53May 6, 2021Mitch McConnell's alma mater rejects his views on the 1619 project and says they are 'quite troubling'"To imply that slavery is not an important part" of US history "fails to provide a true representation of the facts," a university official said.
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- Flashbak 12:44May 4, 2021When Gas was 15c a gallon – US Filling Stations 1937-1942Before the ubiquitous gas stations people bought gasoline literally out of a barrel at a grocery or hardware store. Some of which even offered gasoline home delivery in five-gallon jugs. The world’s first purpose-built gas station was built in St. Louis, Missouri in 1905 at 420 South Theresa Avenue. Although the Smithsonian magazine says that … Continue reading "When Gas was 15c a gallon – US Filling Stations 1937-1942"
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- New York Magazine 01:24April 27, 2021DOJ Launches Probe of Louisville Police After Killing of Breonna TaylorThe inquiry, announced by Merrick Garland, is the second such “pattern or practice” investigation into systemic police abuses in the past week.
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- Observer 21:00April 15, 2021The Inaugural 21c Artadia Award Will Offer $10,000 to Emerging ArtistsFurther awards will be granted to artists in Kansas City, MO, Durham, NC and Nashville, TN.
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- Business Insider 18:00March 19, 2021Kent Taylor, the 'maverick entrepreneur' who founded Texas Roadhouse, has died at 65The mayor of Louisville tweeted that the Kentucky city has lost a "a much loved and one-of-a-kind citizen."
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- Observer 20:02February 23, 2021A Breonna Taylor Exhibition Will Open at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville in AprilThe exhibition, entitled 'Promise, Witness, Remembrance,' will address Taylor's killing in Louisville and the aftermath of the event.
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