Editor’s Note

WEB ONLY: Loosely connected thoughts on Louisville’s crisis of economy

In one of the better late-era episodes of “Seinfeld,” George Costanza, in a fit of pity, delivers a chair to the always-standing security guard at the Manhattan clothier owned by his we

Editor’s Note

Keep it real

Here’s the deal: Your economy is collapsing, more people than at any time in recent memory are without jobs, you have no money, you are trapped in your job out of so

Suburban Turmoil

A holiday to remember

“A girl starts walkin’, guys start gawkin’, sits down next to you and starts talkin’!” I’m rapping into a microphone before an audience consisting of my pa

Summary of My Discontent

Wii Fit diary

Day one: I finally found a Wii Fit online and snapped it up. It should be here in a couple of days.

Yep, I’m Gay

Gay, in two acts

Act I: “Gay day is finally here”

Dec. 10, which could be today, is national “Day Without a Gay” day.

Editor’s Note

Guillotine day at the C-J

By the time you read this, we’ll probably have in hand the casualty report for the latest round of layoffs at The Courier-Journal.

Fables of the Deconstruction

The day Lassie went to the moon

Reviewing recent box office totals, you might think that the last quarter of 2008 has been very good for dog movies. When I last visited the subject (Oct.


An open letter to the Angry Ford Worker: (You know who you are)

I understand why you’re upset. You feel attacked. The protected position your union provided you is being publicly dissected.

Raised Relief

Bush league, by and by

By the time you finish reading this column, I will have seen Oliver Stone’s film “W.,” and I swear I’ll tell you honestly if my suspicion that it is irresponsible tras

Suburban Turmoil

Good housekeeping

Growing up in a museum isn’t easy.

Oh, on the surface it seems exciting, particularly if you read that book that spawned a thousand juvenile fantasies, “From the Mixed Up Files