Summary of My Discontent

Operation Tree Hug

The U.S. military is embracing alternative energy — but not because of climate change.

Editor’s Note

I read the news today, oh boy

When this paper debuted in 1990, then-publisher and editor John Yarmuth wrote in his inaugural column: “LEO will be different.

Fables of the Deconstruction

You cannot win if you do not play

One day, as I was leaving my favorite (locally owned) coffee shop, I was delayed ever so slightly at the door by a strange little man. He had a curious appearance.

Raised Relief

Some of these things are not like the others

Don’t be fooled by the smell of sticky buns. You are under attack.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Weiner’s wiener and other crazy, freaky tales

I don’t want anybody to get me wrong — I like (no, love) a little raciness. What red-blooded American boy doesn’t?

Summary of My Discontent

I may or may not like your Facebook status

Please be advised that my failure to click “Like” regarding your Facebook status in no way implies that I do or do not like your status.

Raised Relief

Biggest loser

My life is what occurs in the brief interludes when I’m not looking for things I’ve misplaced, or lost completely.

Stop Calling Me Surly

The ultimate sex column

This true sex story worthy of the ABC sitcom “Modern Family” was conveyed by a Louisville native who graduated from Kentucky Country Day in the early 1980s and now lives out of state.

Fables of the Deconstruction

It’s all in the game

Try this. When I say “Hey,” you say, “Hey.” Got it? Hey.

Did you say, “Hey?” OK.

Summary of My Discontent

How to be happy with your politician

Start by setting aside your cynicism. Admit to yourself that everyone who gets into politics feels called to serve others.