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In late 1967, Ken Clay opened up the first black culture shop in Louisville at the corner of 28th Street and Greenwood Avenue, in Parkland. The Corner of Jazz, it was called.

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Natalie and Jordan were married at WhiskeyCraft Estate in Bardstown on September 30, 2017. Read on to hear about their wedding day.

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Photos by Mickie Winters

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Natalie and Jordan were married at WhiskeyCraft Estate in Bardstown on September 30, 2017. Read on to hear about their wedding day.

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You don’t see her at first, but once you do, you can’t take your eyes off her.

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“I’ll give you one measure, and then we’ll come in,” he says, lifting his long arms, one made even longer by the baton in his hand — not so much a tool as an extension of the body.

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By Shelby Brown

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We're excited to announce the finalists for the 2018 Best of Louisville awards!

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On a warm May evening at Decca in NuLu, a smattering of late-night patrons situated around the minimalist main floor dining room finish their dessert courses and last swigs of white wine.

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