Rick Howlett

Rick Howlett appears in the following:

Louisville, Ky., Celebrates Muhammad Ali With 'I Am Ali' Festival

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

A celebration of Muhammad Ali's life that focused on children happened Wednesday in Ali's hometown of Louisville, Ky. The festival included music, dance and educational activities and intended to remind young people that they, like Ali, "can become the greatest at whatever they choose."


Muhammad Ali's Louisville Roots

Saturday, June 04, 2016

Muhammad Ali's presence loomed large in his hometown of Louisville, Ky. Residents remembered him Saturday.


Ahead Of Derby Day, Kentucky Residents Gather Early To Beat Tourists

Thursday, May 05, 2016

For generations, the day before the Kentucky Derby was unofficially considered "Louisville's Day at the Races," when locals could enjoy Churchill Downs without the huge Derby crowds, high admission prices and general madness. But over the past few years, "Oaks Day" has become popular among out-of-towners who come in early and make a whole weekend of it. Now, locals gather on the Thursday before the Derby.


University Of Louisville Men's Basketball Rocked By Escort Scandal

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

University of Louisville is investigating claims that a former staffer hired escorts to have sex with basketball players and recruits. In a new book, Katina Powell claims she provided...


At Kentucky's Moonshine University, Would-Be Bourbon Distillers Learn The Trade

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Bourbon is booming, thanks to the popularity of craft brands in the U.S. and new markets opening in Asia. And Kentucky, where 95 percent of the spirit is made, is the center of the bourbon universe.


Charles And Camilla's Visit Rekindles Royal Ties To Kentucky

Friday, March 20, 2015

Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, are wrapping up a four-day U.S. visit with a stop in Louisville, Ky. Louisville has been bustling with preparations, but the city is accustomed to royal visits.


Louisville Remembers A Tumultuous Time 60 Years Ago

Monday, December 01, 2014

This year, Louisville, Kentucky, has been marking the anniversary of a touchstone event in the civil rights era. It started 60 years ago when white activists, led by Carl and Anne Braden purchased a home on behalf of a young black family. As Rick Howlett of


How Louisville Went From 'Little Brother' To Powerhouse

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

University of Louisville fans have had a lot to cheer about lately — and not just basketball.

Monday's big victory by Louisville's men's basketball team over Michigan is just the latest success for the school and for an athletic department that is quickly becoming one of the country's most admired.