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Exodus from shame

The largest ‘ex-gay therapy’ organization shuts down and apologizes to LGBT community

After nearly four decades at the forefront of the evangelical Christian movement to “cure” people of homosexual attraction and behavior, last week Exodus International abruptly announce

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@KYAnonymous

Kentuckian Deric Lostutter made the Steubenville rape case a national story. Now he may go to jail for it

Deric Lostutter returned from an unfruitful turkey hunt near his home in Winchester, Ky., on April 15, and sat down at his computer.

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The home run king of Louisville

Mike Hessman launches homers for Bats

Back 60 years ago, or so, Pittsburgh Pirates radio announcer A.K. “Rosey” Rosewell put the patent on one of baseball’s most colorful home run calls.

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A bridge too far?

Jury is out on whether bridges project will increase city’s ‘heat island’ effect

At a recent breakfast held at the Muhammad Ali Center, Kentucky Gov.

Inbox — June 5, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Carry On the Bambi
Dear Bar Belle,

Inbox — June 19, 2013

Letters to the Editor

The Other Side

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City planning, guerrilla style

An urbanist explains the big benefits of small-scale events

Louisville has seen its share of open-street events — from the annual PARK(ing) Day, which turns metered parking stalls into temporary parks, to last October’s cycLOUvia, which closed o

A planned expansion

Planned Parenthood of Kentucky and Indiana merge, increasing reproductive health care services, perhaps including abortion

The Planned Parenthood affiliates of Indiana and Kentucky announced Monday that they will merge into one organization — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) — effective Ju

Inbox — June 12, 2013

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Only In Your Dreams

Reprogrammed

Community centers emerge as tool to combat violence

For two hours every Friday, the Park Hill Community Center features a video game night that starts right after the school bell rings at 3 p.m.