Matthews Feed & Seed | #918A look at the new venture between Old 502 Winery and Falls City Brewing; a visit to Schrodt Art Studio where owner Judy Warren instructs fledgling painters; Throwback Louisville explores the Southern Exposition, a cultural event opened by President Chester Arthur; an interview with Bob Hill, board member of Waterfront Botanical Gardens; and St.
Matthews Feed & Seed store has been providing Louisvillians with gardening merchandise and plants for over seventy years.
Squire Boone Caverns; Louisville's Olmsted Parks; Modern Homes; Lisa Hite - Louisville Metro Parks; Louisville Tea Company | #919Located 45 minutes from downtown Louisville, take a tour of Squire Boone Caverns in Mauckport, Indiana, a cave system discovered by explorer Daniel Boone and his brother Squire in 1790; Louisville Life wraps up its series of the Olmsted Park system by exploring its founding and history; from the book Modern Houses of Louisville, Throwback shines a spotlight on notable homes in the area; Lisa Hite, senior planner at Louisville Metro Parks, provides an update on the 100-mile trail that will loop Louisville; and Louisville Tea Company offers a variety of high quality loose-leaf tea as well as artisan teas from around the world.
Old 502 Winery & Falls City Brewing; Schrodt Art Studio; Southern Exposition; Bob Hill; St.
Martinez' 18-year old daughter Jaddy was hospitalized in critical condition and his pregnant wife, Imelda, 36, was in fair condition.
Yew Dell Gardens; Swash-Bucklers; Louisville TV; Greg Galiette; Sam Corbett | #920Located on the outskirts of Louisville, Yew Dell Gardens is considered one of America's most unique gardens; Janet Strait of Swash-Bucklers crafts one-of-a-kind leather belts and other items at her La Grange, Kentucky studio; Throwback Louisville tunes into the city's television history; an interview with Greg Galiette, senior vice president of The Louisville Bats; and Sam Corbett, executive director, Jefferson County Public Education Foundation, talks about his work mentoring a young student.
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In May, 2003, he was convicted and sentenced to eight years.
On April 26, 2003, Corona-Cuevas, driving at night without headlights, crossed over the center line, and crashed into another car, killing Jose Luis Martinez-Torres, 41, and his eight year-old daughter Martisa, and injuring.