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Louisville’s Apparently The Center Of The Universe

July 28th, 2010 by jake · 2 Comments

HEY! YOU! Don’t forget to nominate someone for yesterday’s Golden Poo Awards category! [Page One]

Yesterday, Governor Steve Beshear and the White House announced that Kentucky was named a finalist for the Race to the Top educational award. Obviously, we will lose again, because why not. [Press Release]

AT&T activated a new 3G cell site in Louisville! Everybody jump up and down in excitement! [Business First]

Interestingly, this GE jet engine has a super Louisville connection. Feel free to play a guessing game. [Wonkette]

I think HullabaLOU was too expensive. But do you? Maybe the high price of entry was to keep the riff-raff out?  [Loueyville]

Independent Councilman Deonte Hollowell will file papers to run for his council seat today at 12:30. [Press Release]

You know, we really do get some awesome comments. Especially about the mayoral race. [The 'Ville Voice]

Millions and millions of people are being called to testify in the Karen Sypher – Rick Pitino sexytime trial. [WFPL]

How does a heat wave affect your use of public space? You hide inside with the air conditioning and eschew public space. That’s how. [Broken Sidewalk]

In Jackie Green’s latest email blast, he says he’s hosting a party at Molly Malone’s on Baxter Avenue. Tomorrow. 7:00 P.M. What he didn’t indicate was that his campaign paid for the email

Tags: Awards · Contests · Education · Festival · Mayor's Race 2010 · Metro Council · Music · Public Relations · Scandal · Sex · Steve Beshear · Technology

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 HB // Jul 28, 2010 at 10:43 am

    RE: HullabaLOU ticket prices – I’m so used to paying out the nose for concert tickets that it barely phases me anymore. But perhaps next year, they could offer a $40 one-day ticket that would get you general admission to every act except the headliner. That might attract the more casual visitor.

  • 2 G-townReader // Jul 28, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Jake, apparently you didn’t get your press pass for the Sypher trial…