UPDATE: THE PINK PALACE

THE RESIDENCES ON UNION AVENUE Some of you may recognize the “Pink Palace” blog from last year so I though I would update you on it.  First of all, the buildings are stunning as you drive down Union Avenue.  The builder has kept the ambiance of the surrounding structures on the Avenue.  We have already

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MEMORIAL DAY

Written By: Camille Hord Memorial Day is the Holiday to remember the brave soldiers who died while serving our country.  It was originally called Decoration Day because of the tradition of decorating graves with flowers, wreaths and flags.  Decoration Day was first observed on May 30th, 1868 to commemorate the Civil War soldiers and was

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The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports History

THE GREATEST TWO MINUTES IN SPORTS HISTORY The first Saturday in May will be the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby, nick named, THE RUN FOR THE ROSES at Churchill Downs. The Derby is held annually, and caps off the two week long Kentucky Derby Festival.  It is a Grade 1 stakes race, for three

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