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The dark side of paradise

Lynn’s Paradise Cafe, a whimsical, retro restaurant that propelled Louisville’s weirdness to international celebrity, is dead.

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The silver tsunami

A month ago, Dr. Zettie Parker-Turner resigned as administrator of the Rivers Edge nursing home in Prospect.

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A year of hope and fear

Each year, as we did last month, we bring you Project Censored’s top 10 stories largely missed by the mainstream media.

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Morbid milestones and magnificent memories

In the span of four months this past summer, five former neighbors of the 16-home block where I grew up in Barbourmeade died. Bryan Sumner, 83, of Cape Canaveral, Fla.

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Privacy in peril

If you’ve got a feeling that somebody’s watching you, the good news is that you’re not paranoid.

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A victory for empathy

Now that the game is over, let not the larger lessons be lost amid the shouting. Obama won partly because he showed the electorate more empathy than did Mitt Romney.

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Stop raping my brain

With a scant week remaining till Decision ’12, I’m poised to declare some winners and wieners. Political comedians and critics deserve le grand prix.

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A sublime sexual revolution

Two winners emerged from last Thursday’s vice presidential debate in Danville: Centre College and moderator Martha Raddatz.

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A wicked sister bridge

When the early 21st-century history of Louisville is written, if the Ohio River Bridges Project proceeds as planned, I can already hear the official refrain: “Mistakes were made.&r

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Savannah’s amazing grace under fire

In this sparse space, it would be impossible to convey the maturity, courage and empathy of a young sexual-assault victim who prevailed despite a hostile prosecutor and a proposed penalty more suit