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  1. 10 under $5 - What To Do This Week In LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | LEO Weekly

    These makers and doers are the subjects of the September 2018 issue of ForGood magazine, a 3-year-old 9-11 p.m. It's that time of the week when everybody's favorite oddball bar turns into a comedy club. This Tuesday, seven competitors will riff on the topic of fashion, all hoping to squeeze the biggest laughs from the audience.

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  2. Yoga Enigmatic engages with live music, improvisation and flowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | LEO Weekly

    Yoga Enigmatic is a new project by the local music collective, Orchestra Enigmatic, that matches an improvised orchestral performance with yoga. It's free, with a suggested donation and open to a range of skill levels, and it usually falls on the last Saturday of each month at the Art Sanctuary.

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  3. 5 Things To Do This Weekend In LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | LEO Weekly

    Think of it like a massive scavenger hunt with rhyming clues that, hopefully, lead you to a series of the best haunted houses in the area. Solve all of the clues, and make it to the Danger Run Finals to compete for "huge prizes."

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  4. Now is the Time For A - Real Tree OrdinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    "Hot Town," LEO's cover story last week, described how trees affect every aspect of life in the city, but how the city is allowing them to die or be destroyed, replaced, in some cases, with parking lots. They are vital to the health and future of Louisville - "every bit as important to a city as water, sewer and transportation systems," according to an expert in the story by James Bruggers, of insideclimatenews.org .

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  5. Thorns & Roses: The Worst, Best & Most AbsurdRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    It may be a campaign ploy, but we agree with Attorney General Andy Beshear that the legislature must authorize a statewide grand jury to investigate the extent of sexual abuse in the Catholic church. We believe investigators would find the same kinds of heartbreaking incidents that Pennsylvania recently revealed in its Catholic churches.

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  6. Ronnie and Rob McCoury pull double duty at Bourbon & BeyondRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    Ronnie and Rob McCoury have played in their legendary father Del's band since they were teenagers. But, as the years passed, the 79-year-old bluegrass elder statesman encouraged his two sons to start performing on their own.

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  7. Robert Plant talks Led Zeppelin, Greta Van Fleet and music historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    When you talk about powerful performers, it's hard to beat Robert Plant. The former Led Zeppelin frontman returns to Louisville with his band the Sensational Space Shifters as one of the headliners of the Bourbon and Beyond festival.

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  8. Comedian Brian Regan on Ali, SeinfeldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    Comedian Brian Regan recently turned 60, and he is happy about it. "I appreciate the fact that I don't look 60, I'll take that as a compliment, but I've been on this world a long time.

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  9. Louisville women - who brewThree stories that reflect - a shift in the industry By Kevin GibsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    The two men were enjoying the hefeweizen beer that Maggie Bray had brewed as assistant brewer at Gordon-Biersch - and they had questions about it but not for her. They assumed her friend, a man who did not work at the brewery, had all of the answers, even though Bray was the only one wearing a shirt with the brewery logo.

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  10. Hill Street fried fish and Rhinegeist IPARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | LEO Weekly

    Louisvillians have a long-standing love affair with fried fish. This is probably due in no small part to the 19th-century influx of immigrants from Ireland and southern Germany.

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  11. People, in their own wordsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2018 | LEO Weekly

    Aug. 22, 2018 Brandon, from Chickasaw "It's all right, sometimes, to live in the moment. Go as you are.

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  12. 10 under $5 - " What To Do This Week In LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | LEO Weekly

    The instructor for the class is from the Kentucky Yoga Initiative. 7 p.m. Enjoy the sounds of New Mexico's ppoacher ppoacher at this Tuesday night concert.

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  13. Henry Rollins on traveling, photography and being an American abroad By Syd BishopRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | LEO Weekly

    Henry Rollins built a name for himself as the face of Black Flag in the early-80s, a relentless touring beast that he documented in his book, "Get In the Van." Rollins also released a host of solo records and albums, all while fostering his career as a writer, radio personality and actor.

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  14. Danny Cash's Juggling Act: Original My Morning Jacket keyboardist is now in three bandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    Louisville musician Danny Cash, best known as the original keyboardist for My Morning Jacket, performs in several local bands, including Hawks, The Excuses and Dirt One. LEO caught up with him to talk about the forthcoming albums and shows for his current projects.

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  15. My theory on spaghetti - and chiliRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    Food is culture, in many ways, be it regional or even city specific. I'm one of those people who grew up thinking chili was the soupy, tomatoey stuff with beans, ground beef and spaghetti.

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  16. In Nature, Author Sarah Ivens Finds a Natural TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    What's your latest excuse for spending your pre- and post-work hours gazing at screens? C'mon, we're about to hit the time of year for leaf-peeping! Many Americans don't seem to have time today for getting in touch with the outdoors. But in other parts of the world, there's new appreciation for the physical and emotional gifts that nature's always been ready to give.

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  17. Hot Town: 380 parking lots downtown. Where are the trees?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    Slicing five miles through Louisville's downtown, Broadway shows just how challenging it can be for a sweltering urban center to beat the dangerous summer heat. Louisville's main drag leaves the upscale and relatively-leafy Highlands neighborhood and heads west, where it widens to seven lanes of black asphalt and enters a stretch of office buildings and parking lots - and a distinct paucity of trees to offer any shade.

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  18. Dracula,' new material, new actorsa still scaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    "Dracula" has visited Actors Theatre every fall for the past 23 years. He's become a standard for Halloween in Louisville, although, as the show's success grows, his stay has grown longer, with the show now opening as early as the first week of September.

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  19. The Caf earns enduring popularity the old-fashioned wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | LEO Weekly

    I love The CafA on Brent. I go there for lunch or breakfast - or both - about as often as I can go to any eatery that I'm not reviewing.

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  20. 10 under $5 - " What To Do This Week In LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | LEO Weekly

    This movie about an inept group of superheroes is a blast from the past before Marvel flooded the market. And you can see this piece of '90s pastiche at Iroquois Amphitheater this Monday for free.

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