Elijah McKenzie

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Elijah has called Louisville his home since moving here in 2006. He earned a BA degree in Communication and Anthropology from the University of Louisville, and has since worked as a filmmaker, teacher, gardener, journalist, and graphic designer. His hobbies include not owning a car and camping. Follow him on the Twitter dot com at @hulloweliyah.
Waterway Improvements Now—also known as Project WIN—is the slogan-slash-acronym for the Metropolitan Sewer District’s latest initiative to reduce water pollution and overflows from Louisville’s sewer systems, most of which pour into Beargrass Creek or the Ohio River. The plan comes...
As the largest watershed in Jefferson County, Beargrass Creek has long been a source of cultural pride in the area, wending through inner neighborhoods like Germantown and Clifton, and extending as far out as Hurstbourne and Indian Hills. However,...
You can’t build Rome in a day, but you can certainly change a community. On Friday, October 17, South Preston Street will be closed from Broadway to Breckinridge to make room for a day-long streetscape revitalization project. GE Volunteers and...
Fifty-plus years ago, the urban core of Louisville was home to a thriving manufacturing economy. From mattresses to soap to pipe organs, local factories provided jobs that encouraged the growth and expansion of neighboring communities. Attend a community meeting on Thursday, September...
With a little bit of elbow grease and a few gallons of paint, the SoBro neighborhood has taken a hopeful first step to spark a cultural renaissance for the underutilized area to the north of Old Louisville and south...