Kentucky LGBT advocates forge ahead in the wake of the Supreme Court decision striking down DOMA
Last week’s landmark ruling by the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which had prevented married same-sex couples from receiving more than 1,000
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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
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
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The Other Side
Bright new road markings hope to encourage cycling and increase safety at intersections, but not everyone is on board
Mayor Greg Fischer suggests there are three types of people in the city: those who will ride their bicycles on anything, those who will never use their bicycle as a regular form of transportation,
Despite delays, the People’s Garden in Shawnee continues to grow
James Hinton is on the hunt. One by one, he flips over the leaves on a row of collard greens, searching for the source of dozens of tiny holes sprinkling the vegetables.
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.
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.
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