What happens when an Obama-loving, latte-swilling, self-described liberal elitist who’s never fired a gun at a living creature—and thinks poorly of those who have—is persuaded to try deer hunting in Kentucky? He ends up with a pair of antlers on his wall.
THE DAILY BEAST
In one case, a contractor was paid after getting a phone call from “Trump.”
Sandboarding requires a board that’s dedicated for the sport. It needs to be hard and dense. I had a snowboard.
I’m a Washington, DC-based freelance journalist, most recently contributing to The Daily Beast and Condé Nast Traveler, least recently to Gawker Media and some content farms.
Hey, this is going to sound really ridiculous, but you’re not my 17-year-old red-headed little brother are you? If so, I think your school project got a little out of hand. If not, very sorry for bothering you, but my little bro is also Zach Everson, and I think he had mentioned a website for school or some crap like that.
– John E.
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Think of Saturday’s Kentucky Derby, now in its 137th year, as a long-running party that Louisville throws for its out-of-town guests.
GAWKER MEDIA’S GRIDSKIPPER
In addition to a cultural revival, Washington DC also seems to be experiencing a crack renaissance.
A country singer with a Rip Van Winkle beard and a rap sheet, a Catholic priest and a writer sped around Louisville’s beltway in the clergyman’s BMW 325xi.
Imagine wrapping up a visit to New York City by heading to a small airport on the city’s outskirts.
Republican nominee Donald Trump was back in the nation’s capital Wednesday to celebrate the official opening of Trump International Hotel Washington DC Trump’s DC hotel is open early and under budget—a theme reinforced throughout the campaign and at the ceremony, both in comments and signage.
A landmark Louisville restaurant shutters after reporting calls into question the legality of its tip-pooling policy.
It was Veterans’ Day and Bruce Springsteen was playing in Norfolk, VA, home of the world’s largest naval station. Normally my brother, the first person in my house growing up to own a Springsteen recording, would have sat next to me at the show. Only he’s an F-14 pilot deployed in the Persian Gulf.
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
Space tourism will happen. It’s just a matter of when—and how.
I figured if I was going to have to watch the Pro Bowl, I might as well get paid for doing so. So I pitched on-site coverage to Deadspin’s editor. He bit and you lose.
We should boycott Zach Everson! He is all about gossip and negativity. He has added nothing to the Louisville restaurant scene and is hurting people and their businesses. If I see him out I will share my feelings face to face.
– Eater reader during my tenure as Eater Louisville editor
KET’S KENTUCKY AFIELD
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
SECRETS OF LOUISVILLE CHEFS
Everson is Zazhao beer in the side face of happiness.