Calling itself Louisville’s hottest society paper, The Voice-Tribune has a rich 60+ year history of serving our community. Filled with photos, hot topics and neighborhood news, the Voice-Trib remains a city favorite in an era where other papers are folding.
In this "Louisville Life" feature, owners, editors and columnists share what they like best about this broadsheet and give us the scoop on plans to keep The Voice-Tribune a popular page-turner for many years to come.
"Louisville Life" shot video of a Voice-Tribune photographer at a special event called Sushi in the City, on March 16, 2010, at the Henry Clay. The event benefitted the Family Scholar House, which aims at “ending the cycle of poverty by giving sing-parent students the support they need to achieve a four-year college degree.”
- Program 421
- "Louisville Life" examines the Voice-Tribune, celebrates 100 years at the Cabbage Patch Settlement House and learns how the history of the Buffalo Soldiers is inspiring Louisville’s young people. (#421)