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Editor’s Note

Headless horsemen

We should now be comfortable taking as fact the notion that public accountability in the city’s dealings with The Cordish Cos. is a giant cosmic joke.

Editor’s Note

Overdose

This country needs an enema.

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A new development

Lisa Dettlinger lives in a Victorian-style shotgun house on Lexington Road, the last in a row of similarly sized bungalows that line the north side of the stretch of road connecting Baxter Av

Editor’s Note

Justice and the menace

Every time former President George W. Bush talked about bringing justice to a particular set of bad people, I died a little inside.

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Publisher approves Fake Issue

When I sat down to write this column, having spent the last two weeks writing and reading the wholly fabricated news, reviews and opinion pieces that follow, I wondered whether to be sincere.

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Relief pitch

Poor Jim Bunning. He looks old these days. And tired.

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My 401(k) is ‘alive and well’*

Over the years, a period spanning 2005 to the present, I’ve discussed with you many times my personal finances.

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Bitter apple

Until he assaulted a LEO Weekly reporter at the Jefferson County Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday,
I had never heard of J.D. Sparks.

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Crossing Thunder Road

A particular set of problems can emerge when you are a city whose national stock is based on a two-week span of debauchery and high-impact horseracing that begins in earnest with a prodigious

Editor’s Note

LEO’s change mantra

When creative director Britany Baker came to LEO Weekly a little over a year ago, she brought along a bag of substantive, if a little controversial, ideas: The paper looked crappy and needed