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You're damn right I am biased

Something I wrote last week has been bothering me.

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Uncommon Sense

 According to Ron Burgundy, anchorman, “You’re just a woman with a small brain. A brain a third the size of us. It’s science.” Champ, Mr.

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Food is Louisville, Louisville is delicious

Thank all that is good that the Senate race is over, and it is now time to discuss more entertaining issues. For instance, this week’s LEO Dining Guide. Food and beverages!

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A senator for the future

Mitch McConnell’s final argument sounds an awful lot like “the lesser of two evils” and “better the devil you know.” 

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A little possum play? Who's misreading the DSCC pullout?

I hate political hope. Not Barack Obama’s version, but the kind that may bear expectations of a victory.

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Everyone’s a little bit racist

So the only Grimes-McConnell Senate debate was last night, and the only thing more frustrating than watching that circus is attempting to concoct an interesting analysis worth reading.

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Mitch McConnell comes out of the Obamacare closet

Dave Berry couldn’t make this up (“this actually happened”).

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All that was once good, and that could be again

James Earl Jones, in the classic movie “Field of Dreams,” described the game of baseball this way:

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The Fruition Era

This week’s feature story, my first, is about “Resurfaced,” a project orchestrated by City Collaborative, a nonprofit that undertakes short-term, achievable projects to enhance Lo

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Local Gems

I remember a time when the hot spot to eat in Louisville was T.G.I. Friday’s. That is like saying the popular beer in town was Miller Lite.