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Council clash

Scandal and infighting remain a fixture of Metro Council Democrats

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Signs of change

When an anti-gay billboard pops up, Louisville’s LGBT community responds in unity

Above the corner of Grinstead and Bardstown in Louisville’s Highlands neighborhood stands a billboard that has surely bewildered many passersby, not to mention angered many who have dec

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Grand New Party?

Voting rights bill highlights Republican struggles to connect with black community

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Sheltered

‘It’s amazing how quickly life can change’ — The Louisville homeless share their stories of circumstances and bad decisions, of loss and love

If I had seen him anywhere else, I would have called him my next-door neighbor. I would have told you he was the nicest one in that building, actually.

Inbox — Feb. 19, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Talented Chef

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We don’t like the drugs (but the drugs like us)

Grim highlights from a new report on Kentucky’s drug problems

 A new study has confirmed what most in law enforcement, emergency care and addiction prevention already know: Kentucky has a drug problem, or drug problems, depending on how you look a

Inbox — March 3, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Moving Forward

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News you can lose

LEO chats with Alain de Botton, author of ‘The News: A User’s Manual’

In school, we are taught — or we are supposed to be, anyway — how to deconstruct and find meaning in Shakespearian plots.

Inbox — Feb. 26, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Transitioning Comedy

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The Mother Teresa of Mud Creek

The forgotten legacy of the War on Poverty

Lyndon Johnson grew up poor on a farm in a small Texas town, only to helicopter into Martin County, Ky., decades later as president and promise to end the poverty problem.