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All, all, are sleeping on the hill

When Muhammad Ali is laid to rest Friday, it will be in Cave Hill Cemetery, in my hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. At nearly 300 acres, it’s the largest cemetery in Louisville. My mother learned to drive on the narrow, isolated … Continue reading

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Have I forgotten anyone?

By Hugh Haynie, first published in the Louisville Courier-Journal on Dec. 24, 1961.

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