Inbox — August 20, 2014

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West End Coverage

Inbox — August 13, 2014

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Flat-Earth Theme Park


Not My Father’s LEO

One score and five years ago, my father founded the Louisville Eccentric Observer. I was seven-ish.


Go west, Louisville

A guide to eating, shopping, learning and more in the West End

There’s an abandoned building at 30th and Main that I’m smitten with. It looks like it was an apartment building at some point, but now it’s boarded up. Lonely. Crumbling.


Service disconnection

Frankfort retaliates against Louisville nonprofit for challenging KRS


Louisville's Heroin Epidemic

Heroin addiction touches every part of the city, but no matter their socio-economic group, all addicts are trapped in a system that criminalizes and profits from their addiction.

Paul J. is a 34-year-old recovering heroin addict recently returned to his hometown of Louisville, Ky. For Paul, the River City is the scene of many crimes committed and horrors suffered.


One Hell of a (Bar) Belle

For 15 years of devotion, and on behalf of all the LEO staffers you helped guide, nurture, and impact along the way, thank you.

Inbox — August 6, 2014

Letters to the Editor

LEO Weekly welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number.


Ziegler returns to bury Tiger, not to praise him

Back when I was a radio talk show host at WHAS (has it really been over a decade now?!), one of the things I was somewhat known for was my fanatical admiration for Tiger Woods.

Inbox — July 30, 2014

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