Summary of My Discontent

It’s going to be fantastic

CHIANG MAI, THAILAND — Dry at last, we dart down a dark, lonely side road and slip into a tiny Indian restaurant for a midnight snack — our first non-Thai food in a week.

Raised Relief

Song of the South (Home Hurts)

I’m standing my ground this year.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Too marvelous for words

A couple weeks ago, Sen. John Kyl (R-Ariz.) — while addressing his colleagues and the nation at large from the Senate floor — said something that got a lot of attention.

Summary of My Discontent

The Derby forecast

The National Revelry Service in Louisville has issued a severe carousal warning for the first week in May.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Cornel West ‘worries about’ Al Sharpton. Should you?

As I prepare to leave the University of Louisville until 2012, I’m finishing up one of the most enjoyable instructional years I’ve had in recent memory.

Raised Relief

Save the date!

Here’s another bumper sticker I never got around to making: When the rapture comes, can I drive your Chevy Suburban?

Fables of the Deconstruction

I’ve seen it all

It was clear, based on the kick-ass trailers that started showing in theaters last fall, that Zack Snyder’s latest effort, “Sucker Punch,” was going to be the greatest narrative f

Summary of My Discontent

150 years of Thunder

As we gather on our city’s front porch to celebrate Thunder Over Louisville’s sesquicentennial on Saturday, it’s important to take a look back at Thunder’s storied his

Summary of My Discontent

Fake Issue: Ask a dead Louisvillian

As a public service, Summary of My Discontent invited a select panel of dead Louisvillians to answer questions from readers.

Raised Relief

Citizens Untied

I’ve got some bumper stickers on my truck I think are pretty cool, but in all likelihood, they are just as stupid and meaningless as yours.