Clear as mud

Is Mayor Jerry Abramson guilty of malfeasance? Honestly, we don’t know.

Raised Relief

The elusive bird of paradise

Topping my list of reasons to be thankful that we don’t live in the Middle Age are:

Keeping Up with the Jones

U of L and the fight for justice

I made one of the most important professional decisions of my life in graduate school, when I decided to commit “discipline suicide.”

Summary of My Discontent

Is that a gun in your pocket?

When the Memphis Commercial Appeal recently added a searchable database of Tennessee gun owners to its website, I was crazy-jealous that we didn’t have that service available here.

Yep, I’m Gay

A life more ordinary

The unfortunate has finally happened: “The L Word,” the lesbian soap opera of Showtime, is no longer with us. Let’s all take a moment.

Fables of the Deconstruction

All along the watchtower

Enough with “Watchmen” already?


Richy Rich?

In Maryland, fishermen must adhere to a size and number limit for Rockfish. Watermen there are trying to assure the survival of the species.

Raised Relief

Art’s not dead, it’s just asleep

I’m hard pressed to say anything terribly insightful or helpful about: the economy, the state of the record industry, the ever shifting but hopefully not evaporating options for the creative

Guest Commentary

Pollution agency responds

As a Louisville native and nearly lifelong resident of this community, I take my position as executive director of the Metro Air Pollution Control District personally.

Summary of My Discontent

Next up: the sacrifice speech

My fellow Americans, during my campaign I called for a new era of personal responsibility.