By Ed Peak
Before cell phones, social media and all things we have now to crank out whatever we think when ever we feel there was the daily newspapers. Families took time to read at the breakfast table or the evening edition in the family room. Together.
Newspapers are thin now and don’t carry near the weight they used to in any part of society. About the only way to get information about University of Louisville sports for decades was the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times.
The Courier-Journal today is a skinny shell of its former self, losing much of its prestige and respect, despite having recently be awarded a Pulitzer Prize.