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Maybe McDonald’s Wasn’t Such A Great Idea…

April 15th, 2011 by jake · 2 Comments

Update on the 100 days cake for Greg Fischer: Sullivan folks say the cake was provided for free by the school’s terrific bakery. No tax dollars used! Now we can’t stop thinking about their bakery and all the ladytreats they produce. MMmmm. [Email]

The Tennessee Valley Authority will pay a $10 million penalty and shut down more coal plants in an agreement with the EPA. [H-L]

A new proposal from the developers/redevelopers of Kentucky Kingdom will ask the city for less money. [FOX41]

Here’s what Governor Steve Beshear and Lieutenant Governor Daniel Mongiardo had to say about Beshear’s testimony before the U.S. Congress yesterday. [Page One]

I know this is bad behavior but it’s typical of teenagers. So what’s the big deal? Why should his future as a football player be in doubt over this? [Deadspin]

Your congresspeople need to hear from you this morning. Make your voice heard. [KYA]

Today at 11:00 A.M. Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear will attend the ‘They’re Off!’ luncheon at the Galt House. [Press Release]

Food advocates are none too happy with Greg Fischer’s media appearance at a West End McDonald’s. Can we say hot mess? [WFPL]

The rising Ohio River is causing concern among Thunder goers and is greatly impacting activities in Southern Indiana. [WAVE3]

Is this another contender in the Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue pizza war? Can anything top what we’ve already got? [Consuming Louisville]

The entire city is freaking out over Trader Joe’s. Freaking out. Even people who don’t know what it is. [WHAS11]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Dan Mongiardo · Dining · Green · Greg Fischer · Kentucky Kingdom · Possibility City · Steve Beshear · Thunder · West End

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 JasonL // Apr 15, 2011 at 9:27 am

    Don’t forget Spinelli’s is now open where Sown to Lunch used to be!!!! I’m gonna be so fat!!!

  • 2 Bill // Apr 17, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    Wonder what Greggy is going to do about the 40,000 people in Louisville that don’t have jobs and how is he going to find a way to entice both local and national businesses to locate here. That’s the real question that needs to be asked to Mumbles

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