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The sum of our exceptionalism

Much has been written in recent weeks about American exceptionalism, and, of course, we are exceptional thanks to our unique American notions of liberty and egalitarianism and fried potatoes that a

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The daily paper, 2013

In our fast-paced world of news and news-like information, it’s easy to forget the important role daily newspapers play in society, which is to provide seniors a festive, tactile maze to sift

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Letters to myself

According to neuroscientist and author Richard Restak, one aspect of growing older is the loss of “emotional memory” — the feelings of joy, sadness, anger and elation from past ex

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Larue: Hero or traitor?

It’s fascinating to watch people try to make heads or tails out of Zach Larue. Larue was a Kentucky miner, sharp as a scythe and independent as a coyote.

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Crowdsourcing vision

When I heard about Mayor Greg Fischer’s “Vision Louisville” project, I was a little skeptical.

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Summer safety tips

Now that summer is in full swing, it’s a good time to review some safety tips that can help you have a healthy and carefree summer.

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My war with the squirrels

When I heard my wife call out, “Wow, your German Johnson grew three inches overnight,” it took me a couple of seconds to process the news.

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Earth Traveler: Louisville

For the adventure traveler, the city of Louisville is an exciting cultural destination, teeming with exotic possibilities.

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Guilt by association

My great-grandfather, Johann Gerhard Welp, was a German immigrant and a busy man. He was born in 1857 in Lengerich, Westphalia, Germany, which at that time was the kingdom of Prussia.

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The poetry of Mitch McConnell

To many, U.S. Sen.