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Red River Gorge Is Already Growing — Will A Luxury Resort Push It Over The Edge?

The area used to be a hidden wonder, say longtime residents and business owners. They started ventures anyway, like the famous Miguel’s Pizza, valuing the land for its natural beauty and small town atmosphere. In the past seven or so years, the Gorge has been discovered by the masses, leading to new businesses and success for existing ones. An estimated 750,000 people per year now visit the area. But, the Gorge is straining in some ways under the weight of its own growth: roads are congested with tourist traffic, water systems are almost at capacity and a cabin-building boom has... Read More

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Aaron Yarmuth

In Conclusion: Happy Father’s Day

How serendipitous that my last column as editor of LEO would be the week of...
The Midwesternist
Dan Canon

No, History Will Not Remember

No one told me about Tulsa until I was in my 30s. I suspect I’m...
Write Some Shit
Hannah Drake

Sorry, Mitch, History Doesn’t Work Like That. Be Assured Your Sins Will Find You Out.

Last week, Senate MINORITY Leader Mitch McConnell held a press conference after he toured the...