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November December 2022

Poetry in Paint

Andrew Saftel’s work provokes thoughtful immersion into art History. Nature. Literature. Travel. Those are among the influences that find their way into the bold abstract collages Andrew Saftel creates. “I think of them as picture

For the Family

Josh Lovelace’s solo project creates space for families to listen together I’ve hit the point as a parent where song requests from my one-year-old are a regular occurrence. Music is my life, but even I can admit it’s tough to listen to

Relentless Resolve

I know you are going to hate to hear this,” I say to my orthopedic surgeon, “but we are going to have to postpone my hip surgery.” He is clearly unhappy to hear this, but it really doesn’t make a difference at this point; the decision

Christmas for the Kids

Cityview's Nathan Sparks, Devin Driscoll of D1 Training in Hardin Valley, and Congressman Tim Burchett will host the second annual Christmas for the Kids holiday event on December 9 featuring pictures with Santa, hot cocoa, s’mores, and

From the Publisher

Much of my life has been based on split-second decisions. Looking back, I can clearly say that my best and worst decisions often occurred in a split second. While many, or maybe even most people, don’t relish the idea of having to make