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“At a time when the nation is remembering the passing of its oldest veteran, Emily Didlake, and the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, a local senior living community is remembering veterans and it’s going nationwide.
Portraits taken by Thomas Sanders show veterans stories, and in some cases their battle scars.”
“Google isn’t the same little search engine you remember. It’s now part of Alphabet, a new conglomerate started by Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. In honor of this coming-of-age, we’re paying homage to Google’s history with a few fun facts about the company.”
Something fun for your Friday.
“So you think you can dance? We bet you can’t hold a candle to this kid.
In a wildly entertaining video, a twinkle-toed boy named Guillermo Gael Delgado Garcia offers his own take on Jim Carrey’s memorable “Cuban Pete” dance from “The Mask” — shimmying, shaking and even cartwheeling his way around a crowded swimming pool.”
“LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Louisville is a city that over 609,000 people call home. Many more live around the metro area.
It’s a place where names like Sanders, Secretariat, and Slugger have captured the world’s attention. Those names would not mean a thing without another notable name: George Rogers Clark.
He’s the man who started Louisville back in 1778. He didn’t do that on Market Street, near where the interstate is currently located, or in the West End. He made his mark in the middle of the Ohio River. There was a piece of land in the middle of the water in those days called Corn Island.”