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Once More a ‘Patriot’: A Veteran’s Call To Teach

Noise. Throbbing noise. It wasn’t just the volume though. It was as if I’d been locked in a broom closet with gigantic concert speakers blaring away with far too much bass. It pulsed and my whole body absorbed the sound in relentless waves. When I walked into the Thomas Jefferson Middle School gymnasium for my first day as a teacher there, I was met by nearly 1,000 pubescent voices competing against one another to see which could be loudest. It felt like a tsunami was about to make landfall right on top of me. Two young boys ran toward me at a... Read More

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Louisville’s ‘Dark Waters’

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Ask Minda Honey: My Partner Doesn’t Want To Be Poly

In a relationship or life jam? Send your questions to: AskMindaHoney@leoweekly.com or reach me on...
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A Thanksgiving Prayer

A Thanksgiving Prayer after Burroughs like a bird on a wire like a drunk in...
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Pip Pullen

Wanker Brits Lob Last Bombs In Final Column

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