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Louisville Isn’t the Only City With a Mayoral Race

February 25th, 2010 by jake · 2 Comments

Tyler Allen’s family is sharing experiences from the campaign trail. Check out the family blog. [Click the Clicky]

Happy to see local media jumping on board a story we initially broke last week about wasteful Derby “charity” events. [WHAS11]

This is kind of major: the Grawemeyer Players, a 13-member University of Louisville faculty chamber ensemble, is set to play at Carnegie Hall. March 9 at 8:00 P.M. [Press Release]

You should probably buy this EP from Louisville band The Pass on iTunes. Just released Tuesday. [iTunes Link]

Metro Government sure is good at passing the buck and ignoring what its afraid of. [Jonathan Meador]

Doug Hawkins will protect our white women from the Mexicans and the people who aren’t Real Americans. Don’t you worry. And he’s probably going to spam your inbox and flood your voicemail. [WFPL]

The Google machine defaults to Louisville, NE instead of Louisville, KY because NE is closer to Google Earth’s central location than KY. This concludes your moment of nerdiness. [Broken Sidewalk]

Lexington’s failure of a mayor, Jim Newberry, attacked Louisville during a forum last night. Unfortunately for Newberry, he’s about to get his ass handed to him in November by Jim Gray, the openly gay vice mayor who has the support of both Democrats and Republicans and is loved by the business community. [Barefoot & Progressive]

Is “sexting” really a problem? I don’t think so. But I’d like your opinion before our state legislature wasted countless thousands of hours and dollars on the matter. [Page One]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Charity · Chris Thieneman · Doug Hawkins · Lexington · Mayor's Race 2010 · Metro Council · Metro Government · Music · University of Louisville · WHAS · Youth

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Bill B // Feb 25, 2010 at 8:46 am

    I have a better idea. Perhaps The Pass should put their music on a CD and sell it at a local store that supports local musicians.

  • 2 jake // Feb 25, 2010 at 8:52 am

    They already do that.

    I link to things like this because a large portion of readership here (and at Page One) live in a rural area without access to music stores.

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