Louisville named 'most livable' city

There are 14 comments on the Jun 15, 2012, WHAS11 story titled Louisville named 'most livable' city. In it, WHAS11 reports that:

The city of Louisville ranks higher than San Diego, Boston, Orlando, Hartford and St.

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“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#1 Jun 15, 2012
First it was possiblity city and now most liveable.We like living here,as theres much to offer in many areas.Arts,parks,local events,etc.

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Since: May 12

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#2 Jun 15, 2012
All we are missing is a nightlife

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#3 Jun 15, 2012
natevhorn wrote:
All we are missing is a nightlife
4th st live downtown is a great place for nightlife,and phoenix hill is also.

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Since: May 12

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#5 Jun 15, 2012
No, not really. They are EXTREMELY expensive. there are no abundant night spots here except for Bardstown Rd.
Scarecrow

Shepherdsville, KY

#6 Jun 15, 2012
Truth wrote:
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Sure is, especially if you enjoy getting robbed/mugged/raped on the way back to your car at the end of the night by one of our charming local negroes.
I think you need to check the news headlines a bit more often.
You better get used to protecting yourself. Before the summer is over they will be in your neighborhood.

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#7 Jun 15, 2012
Truth wrote:
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Sure is, especially if you enjoy getting robbed/mugged/raped on the way back to your car at the end of the night by one of our charming local negroes.
I think you need to check the news headlines a bit more often.
Hmmmm..dont have any of those problems,but what you mentioned could happen anywhere.This area does have good things to do,esp in the summer.BTW,in the paper it does say we tie with west palm beach for the most liveable city.So...i do read the paper,and you need to stop being so pessimistic.
Former Kentuckian

Williamsburg, VA

#8 Jun 15, 2012
It has been a long time since I lived in Louisville; moved away in 1985. Having lived in numerous cities in my lifetime, Louisville is by far my favorite. The city offered so many amenities that you normally would find in a much larger city such as the Arts: Actors Theatre, the KY Ballet and Opera, etc; Sports: U of L basketball, the Cards baseball; lovely neighborhoods (I lived in Cherokee Triangle); excellent dining establishments; pretty good shopping venues; Derby week activities; and when I lived there - terrific nightlife. This was in the day of Jim Porter's Tavern and Flahertys which probably no longer exist. Phoenix Hill was there then but was new. Visitors from other cities were impressed by the plethora of evening entertainment choices. Louisville's best attribute was the friendliness and politeness of the citizens (Do not judge the city by the crap you read on this site). I still have wonderful friends there that I keep in touch with. The only problem that existed and caused me to move away was the lack of jobs. Someday, when I finally retire, I would love to return there to live.

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#9 Jun 15, 2012
Former Kentuckian wrote:
It has been a long time since I lived in Louisville; moved away in 1985. Having lived in numerous cities in my lifetime, Louisville is by far my favorite. The city offered so many amenities that you normally would find in a much larger city such as the Arts: Actors Theatre, the KY Ballet and Opera, etc; Sports: U of L basketball, the Cards baseball; lovely neighborhoods (I lived in Cherokee Triangle); excellent dining establishments; pretty good shopping venues; Derby week activities; and when I lived there - terrific nightlife. This was in the day of Jim Porter's Tavern and Flahertys which probably no longer exist. Phoenix Hill was there then but was new. Visitors from other cities were impressed by the plethora of evening entertainment choices. Louisville's best attribute was the friendliness and politeness of the citizens (Do not judge the city by the crap you read on this site). I still have wonderful friends there that I keep in touch with. The only problem that existed and caused me to move away was the lack of jobs. Someday, when I finally retire, I would love to return there to live.
Jim Porters i do know still exists.When i lived somewhere else,i knew many who were moving to Louisville and surrouinding areas.I also love the cherokee triangle area as well as the park.Its good to see someone speaking positive,thank you for that.Have a good weekend.

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Since: May 12

Louisville, KY

#10 Jun 15, 2012
I have lived my entire life in the jtown area.I'm proud to say I'm from Kentucky and really wouldn't want to live any where else

“Hi”

Since: Jun 08

There

#11 Jun 15, 2012
kytodd wrote:
I have lived my entire life in the jtown area.I'm proud to say I'm from Kentucky and really wouldn't want to live any where else
Love J'town.Especially Mall of Vendors off taylorsville road,and the huge bowling alley.My husband is from another state,but i guess you can say kentucky has grown on him.
Denver Sniper II

Hamburg, Germany

#14 Jun 16, 2012
What you turd bucket Billy s have is one of the most back wards city in the nation.Com pared to Denver this is a hick town and you all know it

“Its Eaiser to fool people than”

Since: Sep 11

convince them they are a fool

#15 Jun 16, 2012
Denver Sniper II from Germany..lol..is an impostor and posts as the Kernel. Not from Denver and we wouldnt have him.. But look how he insults you pretending he is me..He is one of Cathousemouses friends and posts on his page as russssh.or kernel or mouse..Same guy..
Donny

Hamburg, Germany

#16 Jun 16, 2012
Sniper II wrote:
Denver Sniper II from Germany..lol..is an impostor and posts as the Kernel. Not from Denver and we wouldnt have him.. But look how he insults you pretending he is me..He is one of Cathousemouses friends and posts on his page as russssh.or kernel or mouse..Same guy..
First hes from Lvill now hes or she is from Germany,I much more think you have a major Paranoia Problem.Seems to me that the fantasy world you created is collapsing on you so All thees other People are your scapegoats.
As for your friend all claiming that your such a great Guy....the jury is way out on that Remark.
I Think living in the Mile High City you suffer from a lack of Oxygen to your Smaller then Normal Brain.But you keep right on claiming that all these other people are doing this to you.
Ken

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#18 Jun 16, 2012
Sniper II wrote:
Denver Sniper II from Germany..lol..is an impostor and posts as the Kernel. Not from Denver and we wouldnt have him.. But look how he insults you pretending he is me..He is one of Cathousemouses friends and posts on his page as russssh.or kernel or mouse..Same guy..
Sniper are you really that Stupid or you just acting????

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