Mapping Poverty in America, via the New York Times: CLICK TO VISIT Some neighborhoods exceed 75% and 80% poverty rates. But some people think it’s a good idea to pump hundreds of millions into Cordish and to install a ferris wheel. Possibility City!
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December 31st, 2013 · 2 Comments
If someone’s about to jump to their death, PUT THE DAMN PHONE DOWN. There’s no reason to tweet photos of that! Also no reason to run video footage of it on the noon “news.” Jesus H. It’s like no one has any sense anymore. [Louisville Media Failure] Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said 2013 was the [...]
May 5th, 2011 · 4 Comments
Do you live in or near a food desert? Check this tool out from the USDA: CLICK TO VISIT SITE While not 100% accurate, it’s still somewhat useful for getting a visual image of where the food problems are in Louisville.
June 17th, 2010 · 4 Comments
Jack Conway thinks signing a petition or two will win him the U.S. Senate race. This is borderline schadenfreude. [Page One] Of course Louisville’s population growth lags behind Nashville and Indianapolis. The longer we elected people who are only out for themselves – those who refuse to move this city forward on the business and [...]