In Visible Ink
A recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute reveals that the old punchline about white folks having only one black friend might very well be true.
Fun with Shrapnel
In doing research for this part of the discussion about a sustainable art event, I came across the Arts and Cultural Attractions group, a GLI business network, and the now 10-year-old Cultu
I remember a time when the hot spot to eat in Louisville was T.G.I. Friday’s. That is like saying the popular beer in town was Miller Lite.
Summary of My Discontent
The physical world we think we see doesn’t actually exist but instead is created by our brains on the fly. You are starting to say more and more things your parents once said.
To the domestic abuse victim and wife of Ray Rice — running back for the Baltimore Ravens and wife abuser — I apologize for writing this column.
Stop Calling Me Surly
My father didn’t get what he wanted. Gordon L. Shaw, Sr., an attorney and World War II veteran, wanted to be cremated.
During our long meeting, it became clear to me that while they were certainly interested in a legislative agenda specific to unions, they were far more interested in a broader economic agenda