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Faking the funk?

West End leaders split on Rand Paul’s outreach to the African-American community



Take Me to Your Leader

Facts, Rumors and Political Innuendo

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next month in the case of McCutcheon vs.


Guest Commentary

Cosmo was his own man

It is a summer night somewhere in Louisville, sometime in the 1960s or ’70s, and a party is in progress. A rock ’n’ roll band — the Sultans? Epics? Monarchs?

Inbox — Sept. 4, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Re-Route Ironman

Take Me To Your Leader

Facts, rumors and political innuendo

Sen. Mitch McConnell’s very complicated relationship with the Tea Party continues to appear less cordial and more combative by the minute.

Inbox — Sept. 18, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Limited Expression


Invisible War, real wounds

The military is making strides to fix its sexual assault epidemic, but for tens of thousands of soldiers, it’s too late

They filled the otherwise silent auditorium.

Inbox — Sept. 11, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Silent Groping


Trails and tales of The Parklands at Floyds Fork

How did Louisville start one of the most ambitious park projects in the country? What will it take to pull it off?

The bridges at The Parklands of Floyds Fork are supposed to resemble leaping deer.


A cut above

The Barber Academy embraces technology, flexibility and vocational education as a route to the middle class

Marshall Pence went to college after high school because his mother wanted him to. He enjoyed the partying at Eastern Kentucky University, but not much else. He called it quits after a year.