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In a backstage room at the KFC Yum! Center on Monday, the Dalai Lama held a photo showing a younger version of himself, posing with the late Kentucky author-monk Thomas Merton in India in November 1968. Comment?
When I was a kid, I would pedal my one-speed bike over to Gondola's - the little one-room grocery store two blocks away - to pick up a quarter pound of boiled ham and a tin of tuna fish, or something else that my mother had forgotten to get at the Acme supermarket. Comment?
I covered the roll out of the first commercial harvesting of Roundup Ready soybeans in the mid-1990s, when I worked for The Contra Costa Times. Comment?
"Louisville is designated as a Bronze-level community due to the active support of city officials and its excellent trail system," according to The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center , which issued the recognition. Comment?
One of the most poignant moments of the Dalai Lama's first day of appearances in Louisville came during his morning blessing of the Drepung Gomang Institute temple. Comment?
A Maryland judge has dismissed on technical grounds a lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to cover up sexual abuse of children associated with churches overseen by the Louisville-based Sovereign Grace Ministries. Comment?
Kunga Norbu grew up in Bloomington, Ind., half a world away from the native Tibetan village of his father and world-famous uncle, the Dalai Lama. Comment?
The chemical industry has lost a bid to get styrene, a component of the air in Louisville for decades, removed from an important list of substances deemed to be "reasonably anticipated" to cause cancer. Comment?
For some businesses in Louisville, they'll be under more of an honor system when it comes to air pollution regulations. Comment?
Although environmentalists were not invited to Monday's organizational meeting for a new push for a regional sewer commission, some have begun to express their doubts and concerns - and one has accused yours truly of greenwashing. Comment?
Church workers committed repeated acts of sexual and physical abuse on young children, conspired with their superiors to cover up such crimes and recruited juveniles to join in the abuse, according to a newly expanded lawsuit filed in Maryland against the Louisville-based Sovereign Grace Ministries. Comment?
Bike-to-work day is Friday, and unfortunately a website with a catchy slogan of "drive less, live more" has placed Louisville and Jefferson County far down the pack of cities that are friendly to bicycles. 1 comment
The message from Metropolitan Sewer District Executive Director Greg Heitzman to elected leaders in Louisville and surrounding counties Monday was that they can plan ahead and spend possiby hundreds of millions of dollars on a regional sewage treatment system, or hold off and spend a lot more - and expect stalled economic growth. Comment?
My recent list of bucket-list religious sites in Kentucky was by definition limited. Comment?
It seems almost unfathomable that on May 12 we are talking about possible frost tonight and the potential for an actual freeze in some of the colder areas of the Louisville metro. Comment?
In recent months I've read a few people's versions of Kentucky bucket lists - things to see and do before one kicks the bucket. Comment?
The headline is overstated - There Are Few Trees In Louisville, America's Hottest City - but a new news report that relies heavily on The Courier-Journal is spreading word about the city's shrinking tree canopy to a wider audience. Comment?
The theme is See, Save, Celebrate: * Progressive Preservation Art Show at The Green Building Gallery, 731 E. Market St.; Swanson Gallery, 638 E. Market; Peace of the Earth, 801 E. Market; Earth Friends Cafe, 829 E. Market; Pyro Gallery, 909 E. Market and Gallerie Hertz, 1253 S. Preston St. Comment?
Build it and they will keep coming for another 25 years. And beyond. The Shively Area Ministries, a mainstay on the social-service front in southwest Louisville for a quarter-century, is celebrating its anniversary this year by initiating a Habitat for Humanity project. Comment?
Trisha Tull's culinary imagination and continue to inspire her menus. "I think the foods and dishes there are the best, most diverse in the world," she said. Comment?