Editor’s Note

Let them all vote?

When the 2009 session of the General Assembly opens Feb.

Suburban Turmoil

Let's work it out

A young woman dressed in stylish new workout gear saunters over to a row of exercise machines and waves hello to her friend, who is jogging on a treadmill.

Summary of My Discontent

A dog's life

Sugar Welp, beloved daughter of a mutt mother and a Heinz 57 father, died Jan. 9 after a brief illness. She was 14 people-years old.

Yep, I’m Gay

Nothing to fear

I want to name my two new (and by new I mean “possibly future”) Betta Splendens (Siamese Fighting Fish) Sodom and Gomorrah. Has a nice ring, no? And fitting, yes?

Guest Commentary

Open letter to Rep. John Yarmuth

Dear Rep. Yarmuth:

Editor’s Note

A fistful of hollers

Cary Stemle, my friend and former editor, posted something intriguing on his Facebook page last week: a brief, glowing endorsement of the new Clint Eastwood tough-guy flick, “Gran Torin

Fables of the Deconstruction

You’re my best friend

I recently joined one of those Internet social networking sites. Why not?


Time for a tighter belt

“Times are tough. People need to make sacrifices. I just don’t want to be one of them.”

Raised Relief

Change in Cabinet, none in cupboard

Like some 67,000 other Americans, I recently signed a petition asking our next president to deliver on his promise of change, specifically in his choice for Secretary of Agriculture.

Guest Commentary

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Intellectual isolation at the C-J

Do more bricks and mortar, regardless of site and design, always add up to progress? This would seem to be the prevailing attitude of our local daily newspaper over the past couple of years.