Black History Month: Facts #8

Song: "When The Revolution Comes" by The Last Poets The Louisville Free Public Library (LFPL) system is nearly 120 years old, established in 1902. Albert Meyzeek (former Central High School principal) and other Black leaders in the city pushed for a library for African-Americans and their needs. In 1905, on 1125 Chestnut Street, the "Western … Continue reading Black History Month: Facts #8

Tune-up and a Fresh Paint Job!

A new look for the blog! I liked the color scheme of the old page but figured it was time, after a couple of years, to make a change. First, the URL is still the same but the title went back to an old one from about 4 years ago: "The Nexus"! Next, I condensed … Continue reading Tune-up and a Fresh Paint Job!

A ‘Borg and a Baritone #21

A lot was accomplished this weekend, both individually and as a group. Now, the real season begins! More details after the Break! Saturday, June 8th This weekend was the last full weekend before our first public performance. With the threat of rain looming all weekend, the Staff decided that Saturday would be a full day of music … Continue reading A ‘Borg and a Baritone #21