Louisville Magazine

JUL 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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mortons.com figureweightloss.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.18 31 opioid death reports, the history of U.S. immigration acts — that crowd my desktop as I knock out this July column. The walls of the office are still papered in maps — U.S., Kentucky and Indiana; Louisville from 1999, 1949 and 1917; an illustrated Louisville historical timeline. About 180 items, some in layers, are pinned to a two-by-three-foot bulletin board. A framed photo of Richard Nixon, taken off a TV screen during his "I'm not a crook" speech, still glowers on my right, and Pat Day looks down from a blown-up cover of a 1984 Louisville Magazine Derby issue propped atop a set of bookshelves (full for the time being). But the desk drawers are empty, as is the filing cabinet and three sets of bookshelves, as well as a generously broad marble windowsill. I can feel it; I'm pumped. The final assault beckons. The author in his office in the early '90s (left, when the magazine was on Main Street) and today (on Muhammad Ali Boulevard).

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