Activist and scholar J. Blaine Hudson dies
J. Blaine Hudson’s deep, wise voice carried like the gentle turn of a page. When he spoke, people listened, be it a room full of college students, average citizens or political leaders.
Listen Up, Fools
Louisville’s urban landscape rooted in segregation
Author and journalist George R.
U of L happy to be in Sugar Bowl. Can they pull off the upset?
Nice that Louisville is headed to New Orleans to play Florida in the Sugar Bowl.
Letters to the Editor
From a conference upgrade to Sugar Bowl domination, the stars align for Cardinal football
Around 75 percent of the time I choose to quote or reference the words of someone far wiser than I. This time, the deep thought taking center stage is this:
An inside look at changing families in Kentucky and across the United States
Becki Patterson stretches plastic wrap over a glass bowl of peas before placing them in the microwave.
Dismas inmates with violent criminal records still providing cheap labor at city agencies
In a May LEO Weekly cover story, Mayor Greg Fischer’s office admonished Dismas Charities for violating what they claim was an agreement to not send inmates with a violent criminal record to w
The Cards should beat the Cats, unless this rivalry game veers from the script
Look, you know what’s going to happen. It’s easy. One of those Team A vs. Team B comparison charts would be a waste of time. There is no need.
2012: A year more titillating than ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
"Only a good-for-nothing is not interested in his past.” —Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis