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The Lord and Lady of the Rings

Grimes and McConnell battle over a ring and its magical powers

Kentucky is currently the center of an epic battle for control over Middle America, as the Free Peoples hope to wrestle power away from Sauron, the Dark Lord of Corporate Am

Inbox — March 19, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Celibate and Happy

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Shoni’s the money

Schimmel leads the lady Cardinals into the NCAA tournament

Every few years or so, if a team is lucky, they will land a one-of-a-kind player. One whose presence is felt immediately and often. Their game is quick, smart and well-rounded.

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Wildcats: unlikely underdogs

The University of Kentucky Wildcats Men’s Basketball team fell out of the top 25 in the AP Poll on the final vote of the regular season.

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LEO’s NCAA selections

We make our picks

LEO Weekly asked Chuck Nalevanko, former U of L player and retired Seneca High basketball coach, for his observations and predictions on the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

Inbox — March 26, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Not My Cuppa Joe

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On the road again …

Louisville sharpens sophisticated defenses for another NCAA run

After an electrifying run to the NCAA national championship last season, winning 16 straight games while vowing not to cut down the nets of any lesser championships along the path to their ul

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For God so loved the gays

Local believers see their faith and LGBT fairness as one and the same

Michael Booth married a woman because he was supposed to.

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A numbers game

How Louisville and Kentucky compare to recent Final Four teams

In an attempt to describe what a recent Final Four team looks like from a statistical perspective, and how these analyses might help predict the post-season performances of both Kentucky and

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Get out of the water!

Hidden camera shows yearlong discharge of coal ash waste into the Ohio River