Emotional Weather Report

The two Jonathans

I once lived in a tiny basement apartment with a kind-hearted femme fatale who wore black leather and dyed her hair bright red. We might’ve been poor in funds, but we were rich in love.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Don’t tell me how the story ends

My friend called me Saturday morning, May 22, in a panic.

Guest Commentary

Why I hate my own guts

Every time I ate, I either vomited or immediately had to use the bathroom.

Guest Commentary

The real state of homeless shelters

I would like to clear up several misconceptions created by the May 19, 2010 guest commentary co-written by John I.

Don't Ask, I'm Telling

Where we have been, where we can we go

Twenty years ago, the LGBT community in Louisville was planting seeds of political activism that have grown to make our city the gay-friendly home it is today.

Summary of My Discontent

LEO: Helping Louisville get laid since 1990

LEO loves you and wants you to be happy. For 20 years, this paper has presented hard-hitting local journalism, indispensable arts coverage, provocative commentary and thoughtful reviews.

Guest Commentary


Is this the publication you’ve been waiting for? Beats me. I don’t even know what it’s about.

Guest Commentary

Live long and prosper

One score, five offices and two logos ago, this father brought forth upon our community a new medium, conceived in innocence and dedicated to the proposition that no idea is too

Don't Ask, I'm Telling

And the drama on the bus goes round and round

The school bus can be one of the scariest places on wheels for any young person considered “different.” Maybe it’s because the kids have been repressing their crazy sides all day

Keeping Up with the Jones

Ode to Jerry: Louisville at the crossroads

When I arrived in Louisville almost a decade and a half ago, I had a great feeling about the place. I still do (most of the time).