It’s Thursday and It’s Cold Out There

Political communications analyst Kathleen Hall Jamieson will discuss money and media in Barack Obama’s 2008 victory at the University of Louisville. October 19, 6:00 P.M. in Speed Art Museum Auditorium. [Press Release]

East Market Street’s newest street art installation wants to build a relationship. And it is amazing. Be sure to watch the video provided by one of my most favorite local websites. [Broken Sidewalk]

This could turn out to be a mess. New elementary reports are getting mixed reviews. [Toni Konz]

The Metro ethics tip line is up and running. Anyone had an experience with it so far? [WFPL & WHAS11]

Gannett Company sold $500 Million in new bonds on Tuesday. Anyone holding their breath? [NY Times]

First Lady of Kentucky Jane Beshear will speak at the opening night (tonight!) of the Louisville International Festival of Film. 7:30 P.M. at Kentucky Center for the Arts, lobby and Bomhard Theatre. [Press Release]

You ready for this? The Kentucky Public Service Commission has decided to allow LG&E and KU to keep special accounts for paying for ice storm damage. And the companies are this close to raising rates to help. [C-J]

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1 thought on “It’s Thursday and It’s Cold Out There

  1. Who are the idiots that bought Gannett’s bonds?

    It’s a great deal for Gannett since they are waiting for the Government Newspaper Bailout like GM. The government will discharge or discount the bonds like they did when they threw the bondholders under the bus with GM. Once discharged, away Gannett goes on its merry way.

    Thanks for the money bondholders…..

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