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Open arms

A conversation with Jamie Tworkowski, founder of the nonprofit To Write Love on Her Arms

It all started with a girl. Her name was Renee. It was 2006. She was a cocaine addict, depressed, a cutter who’d carved the words “fuck up” into her arm with a razor.

Inbox — Jan. 22, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Tolerance for All

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The Senate sleeper

Republican Matt Bevin seeks momentum to win historic upset over Mitch McConnell

Most political observers give Louisville businessman Matt Bevin little chance of shocking the political establishment by defeating the most powerful Republican in the U.S. Senate.

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New Column: In Visible ink

Finding Superman

When I was a kid, I wished I could be invisible.

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Bobby Petrino: Here and gone, and here again and still winning?

Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich moved so quickly in hiring a new football coach last week to replace Charlie Strong, who split for Texas, that it is almost like he knew Strong would b

Inbox — Jan. 29, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Correction

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Home sweet rental

Is the American Dream of owning a home with a

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Medical bluegrass

The movement to legalize medical marijuana picks up steam in Kentucky

In a crowded committee room of Frankfort’s Capital Annex last Thursday, state legislators heard the emotional testimonies of parents desperately seeking medication that is currently unavailab

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Forever unclean

Residents near contaminated Black Leaf Chemical site get health screening results — but few get answers

 Back in August, a team of researchers from the University of Louisville held a public meeting at the California Community Center to detail their plans to test blood and urine samples from res

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The January blues

Louisville is looking for a ‘glue guy’ to cure what ails them

 Most college basketball teams run out of gas in February when the season gets longer and the wins get scarcer. But that’s not been Louisville’s problem.