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The Peoples of Mightily — Lesa

I started singing at about the age of three, or so my mother tells me, and haven’t ever stopped. I’m a classically trained soprano and I’ve sung with the Louisville . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 9 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Nick

I’ve been making music for as long as I can remember. Over the last eight years I’ve written, recorded, and released 13 albums, EPs, and singles under my own name . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 9 months ago

The War of Art

When we raced as kids — without adult supervision — anything went. There were several ways to win without you necessarily being the fastest. The arm-bar was an effective way . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 9 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Nolen

I grew up in Mississippi and Texas, and despite being a lifelong artist I also did most other things expected of a big kid in the south, meaning I played high school football. But . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 9 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Pip

I come from a family of community activists, militants, and radicals. My dad was a council member for the Labour party and a lifelong pacifist and social campaigner. My mum and stepfather . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 10 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Rich

Doing stand-up is great preparation for agency life. If you can get up on stage in front of an audience of drunks and try to make them laugh, then there’s . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 10 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Christian

It doesn’t happen very often but once in a while I get a “second sight” moment when I instinctively know what’s happening to my twin. When we were maybe 10 . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 10 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Brittany

My life is now Best in Show, minus the 90-year-old billionaire husband. I spend my weekends driving 10 hours for Klaus to be groomed or left with his handler to travel . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 10 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Michael

There still aren’t many hockey players in Louisville. My dad and his brothers grew up in Chicago and they all played hockey as soon as they were old enough to . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 11 months ago

The Peoples of Mightily — Alisha

For years, I was certain that I didn’t want to have children. It just wasn’t for me. Then what I thought was early menopause turned out to be a baby. . . .

By Pip Pullen Posted 11 months ago