Fables of the Deconstruction

Gravity’s angel

My lab partner and I made a homunculus for a science project.

Raised Relief

Breaker Breaker. Do you copy?

The battery in my truck was dead the other night and I was late for a concert. My girlfriend was kind enough to let me borrow her car for the evening.

Summary of My Discontent

Making room

Learning becomes more difficult as we age not because we have trouble absorbing new information, but because we fail to forget the old stuff, researchers say … Think of it as writing on

Stop Calling Me Surly

The dark side of paradise

Lynn’s Paradise Cafe, a whimsical, retro restaurant that propelled Louisville’s weirdness to international celebrity, is dead.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Moving the river

I have always dreamed of having a gun, owning a gun. After all, I’m an American citizen; it is my prerogative to own a gun. It’s the American dream, right?

Keeping Up with the Jones

Saying goodbye to Blaine Hudson

By now, most of you know Dr. J. Blaine Hudson passed away earlier this month. Along with multitudes of others, his death has saddened me beyond measure.

Summary of My Discontent

Guns as entertainment

In response to the horrific Sandy Hook tragedy, meaningful change to our nation’s gun culture is finally a possibility.

Raised Relief

Now thinking

Silently contemplating the similarity of their respective fates, a chilly wind blows through the drying needles of unadorned Christmas trees and whistles over top of empty champagne bottles laying

Stop Calling Me Surly

The silver tsunami

A month ago, Dr. Zettie Parker-Turner resigned as administrator of the Rivers Edge nursing home in Prospect.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Time of the season

Fables of the Deconstruction is taped in front of a live audience.