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Colonial Gardens redux

Residents get behind a concept to revive a decaying South End landmark

Edith Hatfield is as Southern as sweet tea.

To fund or not to fund?

Metro Council tackles the specifics of NDF reform

In the wake of the removal trial of Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin, D-2, the Louisville Metro Council is now set to begin tackling reform of the government funds at the root of both her scandal and

Inbox — Aug. 14, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Homes for Homeless

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Pipe up

The Bluegrass Pipeline proposal moves forward despite local opposition

A group of roughly 100 Kentuckians from a wide swath of counties gathered at the capitol steps in Frankfort last Wednesday, rallying to voice their concerns over the controversial Bluegrass Pipelin

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The state of fairness

If most Kentucky residents support LGBTQ protections, why won’t our state legislators?

On an unseasonably cool afternoon in late July, a group of 75 people gather at Memorial Park on the edge of Berea, Ky.’s quaint, old-town area.

Inbox — Aug. 21, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Correction
Last week’s A&E Guide listings omitted the Clifton Center’s 2013-2014 season schedule. LEO regrets the error.

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Fighting for the underdog

Rebecca Eaves is the founder of The Arrow Fund, a nonprofit that rescues abused and neglected animals

When it comes to animal lovers, there are two kinds of people: those who turn the channel at the first sign of an American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) commercial starri

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Labored decisions

State denies plan for an Elizabethtown birthing center, but the push for expanded birthing options in Kentucky has just begun

It happens often enough that there’s a name for the phenomenon.

Inbox — Aug. 7, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Bravo, Catherine!

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Fancy, brutish and short

Kentucky’s Senate candidates duke it out at the 133rd annual Fancy Farm Picnic

There aren’t many circumstances in which an elected official at a church picnic can open a speech with a dick joke directed at the father of an opponent who is sitting paces away with her swe