A Key to the past

Meet the 89-year-old Louisvillian who went through the Great Depression, the 1937 flood, desegregation in public schools and a tornado that threw a church sign into her backyard — and lived to blog about it

Before I am first introduced to June Key, her daughter Tara warns me that I won’t get much out of her right now.

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Take Me To Your Leader

An interview with Mayor Greg Fischer

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer sat down with LEO Weekly last week to discuss various issues facing the city this year and his plans to address them.


Turning eyesores into assets

New redevelopment contest seeks innovative, replicable, community-focused ideas for vacant lots

In St. Louis, a surplus cargo container on a vacant lot will soon act as a small business incubator for local restaurateurs. On site, produce will be grown.

What a Week

Louisville’s Weekly Zeitgeist Radar

In perhaps a bad omen just before the UK-UL basketball game, Standard & Poor’s downgraded the Louisville Arena Authority’s bonds for the Yum!

Inbox — Jan. 1, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Free Speech

Inbox — Jan. 15, 2014

Letters to the Editor

That’s Showbiz

Inbox — Jan. 8, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Compassionate Kid


No money, mo' problems

A preview of the 2014 General Assembly

The 60-day 2014 session of Kentucky’s General Assembly begins Jan. 7, where the most pressing goal will be passing a two-year budget for the state government.


LEO Weekly’s 10th Annual Not Good For Nothing Quiz

2013: It’s not the size of your data. It’s the way you manipulate it to frighten the populace

“Only a good-for-nothing is not interested in his past.” —Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis 


2013 People Issue: Moshe Ohayon

The Educator

Most people are abstractly aware that inequity exists in the education system; they’ve seen shocking statistics about the differences in graduation rates among whites vs.