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LEON: Area man forgets brilliant idea he had in the shower

Old Louisville — Early this morning, Ray Chapman, 37, became the latest victim of a mysterious condition that has become way too prevalent in society, forgetting a b

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LEON: Man hospitalized after attempting hot water bucket challenge

Crescent Hill — Forty-four-year-old Steve O’Neill was taken to University of Louisville Hospital yesterday at 3:20 p.m. after attempting to start the hot water bucket challenge.

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Louisville's Long Love Affair with BEER

 The only thing better than getting to write a book about beer is getting to write a book about beer while actually drinking beer. So, that’s how I spent my spring this year.

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Deadbeat TV

“Deadbeat — Kentuckiana Child Support Court,” a local reality TV program, takes viewers inside Jefferson County Child Support Court, where they watch cases presided over by Judges Delahanty and Williams. Airing nightly at 7 p.m. on WBNA-21, the program has some questioning the boundary between “on-the-record” and exploitative court proceedings.

Ashley Smith and Donovan Miles dated for five years, but the two began to grow apart after the birth of their now 7-year-old son.

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The Bourbon Patriot

Celebrating Repeal Day

Every Dec.

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LEON: Cat attempts to break record

Highlands — Yesterday had all of the makings of a historic day for the Turner family.

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Letters to the Editor

LEO Weekly welcomes letters that are brief (350 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number.

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Eat Your Bourbon

“Slow.  Small.  Simple.”  That’s the slogan of Chef Matt Jamie’s Bourbon Barrel Foods in Butchertown.

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Bourbon Proof: Just Add Water

Before the bourbon you drink is ever put in a bottle, it is cut with a tall pour of water to put the fire out of the firewater. Except when it’s not.