Great to see The Louisville Lip, Muhammad Ali, help with the opening ceremonies in London for the 2012 Olympics. Ali is shown above after sending Sonny Liston to the mat in the first minute of the first round of their heavyweight championship rematch. Ali medaled for the U.S. in the 1960 Rome Olympics. (May 25, 1965) Here's the 1970s Ali song
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Rocket Man Blasts Off
Elton John gave a candid interview to Australian TV where he slammed Madonna, and reflected upon his days of arrogance, his detached dad, and the joys of living a life of sobriety.
Run and Tell That
Famed criminal chaser (We gon' find YOU!) and celebrity gay man Antoine Dodson weighs in on the Chick-Fil-A gay marriage dustup.
"What ch'all doin?" "PAR-deee-nnn."
How New York Would’ve Been Olympian
Here's New York City's pitch video to lure the 2012 Olympics. London got the games but a refurbished New York looks pretty bangin'!
Columns and bio
Terry Meiners, WHAS's 9th Best Announcer since 1985 After working for WLRS and WQMF from 1980 through May of 1985, Terry began hosting the afternoon show on 84WHAS and doing features for WHAS-TV. On his daily shows, Terry interviews newsmakers, sports people, imaginary characters, and virtually any real person who walks in through the WHAS studio door. Terry now appears weekday mornings at 9 on the popular Great Day Live magazine show with co-host Rachel Platt. Meiners co-hosted Louisville's version of "PM Magazine" in 1987-88, then moved to WHAS-TV news as a weekly feature reporter. Since 1990, Meiners has provided at least one feature per week on the WHAS-11 show "Good Morning Kentuckiana. Terry can talk to anyone because he has lived a
Crosby, Stills, and Nash were pretty high, too. (screen shot: Charlie Steele, WQMF) Dear Judgmentalists: Take it down a notch...or three. Love, God.