Editor’s Note

For which I am thankful

I am sitting outside Heine Brothers Coffee Shop, watching the cars chug along Bardstown Road, trying to make a list.

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A trip down the river

The first call came from a person in the know.

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Use your delusion

I was listening to “Francene” on WHAS Radio Monday morning, the first business day since the House of Representatives passed a comprehensive bill that, if allowed to remain relati

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Good for (small) business

John Timmons doesn’t provide health insurance to his employees. Never has.

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Off the chain

Like every Metro Police officer does at the end of her training, Lisa Nagle had to come up with a project that would teach her commanding officers something new.

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The new checkbook

A group of people — mostly men, mostly white, hovering about middle age — have gathered around a slick placard bearing details of a new plan to gentrify a mostly industrial and fo

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Simple acts of great courage

Don’t switch on an incandescent light bulb for a year.

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Before we were bitter

I spent Monday morning at the Highland Presbyterian Weekday School.

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Fight the future

President Obama lectured schoolchildren Tuesday about the importance of staying motivated in the face of so much distraction.

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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.