Bryan Grumley

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Bryan Grumley is a Louisville-born, Paducah-raised, U of L Med School graduate who practices Family Medicine when not out exploring, listening, and learning about preservation and planning in the urban neighborhoods of the River City.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) sponsored another public information meeting this week at Broadway Baptist Church to discuss Chenoweth Lane through St. Matthews. The Monday meeting was ironically situated along one of KYTC's own dangerous-by-design corridors, Brownsboro Road. As at previous public meetings, the...
I’m rarely on Poplar Level Road, and must admit I’d not really noticed this building before. It’s part of the Holy Family campus in Louisville’s Camp Taylor neighborhood, whose modern sanctuary is readily recognizable by its copper-topped tower. Just south of...
Chenoweth Lane, running from Brownsboro Road into the heart of St. Matthews, is an idyllic little lane. Lined by mature trees and quaint, well-kept cottages, it’s a reasonably calm, but busy, two-lane street. And, despite a fragmented set of sidewalks,...
Everyone knows the orange and bronze, the mirror ball, and the flags, at the corner of Market Street and Floyd Street in the Haymarket district in Downtown. It’s The Connection, of course, and it’s been a Louisville institution for more than...
Louisville’s preservation community expressed cautious optimism this month with news of the proposed restoration and reuse of the iconic Schenley (née Bernheim) Distillery Building at 822 South 15th Street. Part of the otherwise contentious STAR BioEnergy anaerobic digester proposal,...