A Little Light Housekeeping: Meet LEO’s New Editor-In-Chief

Y’all, it’s wild times at LEO. Moving into the editor-in-chief’s chair means things start shifting like tectonic plates. This week, we moved Pangea to bring you an issue that we think is fun, super readable, and a little bit different. I’ve told you that LEO is a biweekly print magazine and a daily digital. What does that mean? 

When you pick up LEO on the stand, you pick up something to read over your favorite hot mug. Spend time with the print issue. The stories will be somewhat evergreen so that you can come back anytime within those two weeks and find value. We will still have Staff Picks, which can give you a taste of things we think you should do around the city. It’s the perfect “try something different” section of LEO. 

New To LEO this week are “‘Round the Fire” and “Ask the Mayor.” 

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A Soft Goodbye, A Big Thank You

Working at an alt-weekly is a rollercoaster ride.   There are days and pockets of time when everything is going right, when the work barely feels like work, when a wild amount of high-end content gets produced by a skeleton-crew... Read More ›

Gov. Beshear’s Gamble On Medical Marijuana

There’s a lot of lingering questions surrounding Gov. Andy Beshear’s recent executive order on medical marijuana — about guidance for law enforcement, about qualifying documentation, about whether it will draw a legal challenge — but if you zoom all the... Read More ›

Ch-Ch-Changes: LEO’s Got ‘Em

As Bowie says in his song “Changes,” it’s time to “turn and face the strange.” Like most media outlets, LEO is going through some changes, and one of those is losing our fearless leader Scott Recker as he branches out... Read More ›