Colorful Portland

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Colorful Portland

Coloring books are all the rage today! Color these pages while you learn about Portland’s Historic District!

Download a full PDF here

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The Portland Anchor - October 2018

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First 100 Years at Lewis Lodge #191

A book published by the Masonic Lewis Lodge #191, celebrating their first 100 years. Contains lots of information on the history of Masonry in Kentucky, and information about the history of Portland, its residents, and the Lodge built at 537 North 26th Street in 1904.

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The Portland Anchor - September 2018

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The Portland Anchor - August 2018

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The Portland Anchor - July 2018

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Love City Opens new Incubator and Porkland restaurant

It has been a busy spring for Love City Inc. Love City renovated the gym in the Mackin building, hosting a grand opening ceremony for the neighborhood in March, then in May the Social Impact Incubator opened giving neighbors access to free high speed internet and a host of upcoming business, technology and entrepreneurship classes. Also in March Love City opened Porkland BBQ. Originally open only Wednesday through Saturday, on June 4 Porkland opened 6 days a week from Monday - Saturday. All proceeds from the restaurant go back into programs for the community. Come join us for some BBQ or fish and share some love!

https://www.porklandbbq.com/

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Portland Festival Pics

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The Portland Anchor - June 2018

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The Portland Anchor - May 2018

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The Portland Anchor - April 2018

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The Portland Anchor - March 2018

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Rezoning application submitted for 3200 Rudd Avenue

Bruce Cohen, of BC Plumbing (http://www.bcplumbing.net/) has recently purchased the vacant property @ 3200 Rudd Ave from the Louisville Landbank to rehab.  

Built in 1886, the property’s original use was commercial on 1st floor and residential on the 2nd. By rezoning the property, the applicant would like to return it to that use. He is also nominating the property to the National Register of Historic Places.

 To view all documents submitted, please visit http://portal.louisvilleky.gov/codesandregs/permit/detail?type=ZONE&id=18ZONE1005. If you have questions about the plan itself, the applicant's contact information is with the documents submitted. If you have questions about the plan review process, please contact Planning & Design case manager Laura Mattingly at laura.mattingly@louisvilleky.gov or 574-8695

A community meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6:30pm at the Portland Community Center, 640 N 27th St, Louisville, KY 40212.

Letter submitted by Bruce below:

January 25, 2018

To the Adjoining Property Owners, neighborhood group representatives expressing interest in
this area, and the Metro Councilperson for District 5, Cheri Hamilton:
Bruce Cohen plans to request a zoning change for 3200 Rudd Avenue, Louisville KY 40212.

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In accordance with the procedures of Louisville Metro Planning and Design Services, I have
been directed to invite you to discuss this proposal before a formal application can be filed.

This will be an informal meeting to give you the opportunity to review the proposed change and discuss it with Bruce Cohen. The meeting will be held in addition to the public meeting
procedures of the Planning Commission and/or the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
The meeting to discuss this proposed change will be held:

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6:30pm
Portland Community Center
640 N 27th St, Louisville, KY 40212
We encourage you to attend and share your thoughts.

Thank you,
Bruce Cohen

 

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The Portland Anchor - February 2018

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The Portland Anchor - January 2018

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The Portland Anchor - December 2017

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Portland's connection to America's Civil Rights history

Did you know that the corner of 37th and Pflanz marks an important Supreme Court case and a turning point for civil rights in America? Louisville (along with many other cities) had ordinances that forbade blacks from living and owning property in areas which were majority white, and vice versa. The 1917 Supreme Court case, "Buchanan v. Warley" struck those ordinances down across the nation. A historical marker will be dedicated on 11/29 @ 1pm at the corner of 37th and Pflanz Ave to mark an important piece of Portland's and America's history.

 

https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/245/60/case.html

 

https://www.citylab.com/equity/2017/11/breaking-the-backbone-of-segregation/544913/

 

http://www.scotusblog.com/2010/02/the-neglected-case-of-buchanan-v-warley/

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The Portland Anchor - November 2017

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The Portland Anchor - October 2017

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Titus Andronicus @ Louisville Visual Art Association

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Titus Andronicus @ Louisville Visual Art Association

The month of Halloween, Kentucky Shakespeare presents Shakespeare's bloodiest thriller, a gripping tale of horror in Louisville Visual Art's studio warehouse. Violent and experimental, TITUS was the smash hit of Shakespeare's early career and is written with a ghoulish energy he was never to repeat elsewhere. Join us for this sordid tale of revenge and political turmoil. 

October 4-31, 2017

at Louisville Visual Art
1538 Lytle Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Limited seating. 

Running time: 2 hours, including intermission.

House and Bar open 30 minutes before performance.

Recommended for mature audiences. (Due to subject matter, we recommend no one under 13. Teenagers please talk with parents regarding subject matter before attending. Contact us for content info at info@kyshakespeare.com.)

Purchase tickets @ http://titus2017.brownpapertickets.com/


Directed by Matt Wallace
Costumes by Donna Lawrence-Downs
Sound and Lights by Jason Weber
Fight Choreography by Eric Frantz
Edited by Dramaturg Gregory Maupin

Jon Becraft: Saturninus
Dathan Hooper: Aaron
Jon Huffman: Titus Andronicus
Tom Luce: Marcus Andronicus
Marc McHone: Quintus, Publius
Tony Milder: Lucius, Alarbus
Mollie Murk: Lavinia
Gracie Taylor: Martius, Nurse, Emillius
Jennifer Pennington: Tamora
Stephen Peterson: Demetrius
Daniel Price: Chiron
Kyle Ware: Bassianus, Goth
Maxwell Williams: Mutius, a Goth

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