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AUG 2018

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brazeiros.com mortons.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.18 27 FLASHBACK On the cover: A photo titled "Bringing home Midway bounty at the 1939 State Fair." Inside: In anticipation of the 100th Kentucky State Fair, we published several images, including a 1952 grandstand fire and the original Freddy Farm Bureau, who was 18 feet tall and constructed in 1958. Old fair posters advertised performances by Rosemary Clooney in 1959 and Johnny Cash in 1969. And in a story about cotton candy: "There is nothing like holding onto a paper cone, putting your whole face into a cloud of fragrant floss, chomping off a bite and letting it instantly melt in your mouth." (This year's fair is Aug. 16-26.) In 2004, Seneca High School graduate Sarah Wright was a 20-year-old with her first professional acting gig, on a FOX sitcom called Quintuplets. "I know what I want done with my life and I am completely in control," she said. Last year, she starred alongside Tom Cruise in the movie American Made. We also wrote about how TARC was exploring hybrid technologies. St. Paul, Minnesota, had already "tested the public-relations waters first." "We try to be on the cutting edge, but not the bleeding edge," TARC executive director Barry Barker said. Outside: August 2004 Courier-Journal headlines: "Enthusiasts proclaim Louisville's Brew at the Zoo to be pretty cool"; "Sex, alcohol and other perks can't be used to lure athletes"; "More people complain of being denied entry to 4th Street Live." — NE August 2004

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