Al Cross’ Take on Fake News; Greg Horvath’s Journey as a Sober Companion
In addition, I have some comments abut the panel, which included Louisville Public Media’s Brendan McCarthy, WDRB’s Bill Lamb and conservative commentator Scott Jennings.
My second guest, Greg Horvath,. has produced books and films about his incredible life story (he played college football at age 38) and his goal of helping to combat the rising number of overdose deaths. But Horvath is a critic of a lot of the current ways that fight is being conducted. He’s in Louisville as a guest of Chris Thieneman.
On Sunday, I went to the Iroquois Ampitheatre to see a spectacular show by Lyle Lovett and his Large Band, and I share some details here. And I’m glad to see a few openings around town — Dennie Humpreys’ Jimmy Can’t Dance jazz club opens downtown Aug. 19, and the Old Louisville Pizza operation run by Dan Borsch is now serving up pies and beer.
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