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Live long and prosper

One score, five offices and two logos ago, this father brought forth upon our community a new medium, conceived in innocence and dedicated to the proposition that no idea is too

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Howdy

Is this the publication you’ve been waiting for? Beats me. I don’t even know what it’s about.

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The shame of our great city

One hundred years ago, the profession of “planning” was founded as a movement to end unsanitary and overcrowded housing in our nation’s cities.

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Crime against humanity

We are six native Louisvillians who joined the Gaza Freedom March (www.gazafreedommarch.org), an international effort in late December 2009 to protest the Israeli blockade of Gaza, which has inflic

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Too tough to die

The last time I saw my friend Francene Cucinello was on Wednesday, Dec. 9. We had drinks at the Outlook Inn, a favorite of hers.

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Building bridges starts with civility

Bridges are built to unite people.

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Brave new world

I was honored to be invited to the White House for the Green Energy Economy Forum to discuss “American competitiveness in the clean energy economy” two weeks ago.

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One year later

Wednesday, Sept. 30, will mark one year since Louisville changed forever.

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Bicycling safety and the law (redux)

My friend and fellow bicycle advocate Jackie Green makes good sense sometimes. Unfortunately, he also sometimes shreds logic in service of far-fetched ideas.

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Bicycling safety and the law

Recent cyclist deaths and the newly launched “Street Sense” campaign — a city-backed program promoting road awareness — demand an alternative perspective.