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Brunch gets risque as Kaiju hosts Brunchlesque on Sunday

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If your brunch game has grown stale, we’ve got some titillating news for you. Kaiju has teamed up with food truck El Lobo Bailando and burlesque and sideshow group Octo Claw’s Bizarre Bazaar to launch Louisville’s only Brunchlesque. In case the portmanteau didn’t clue you in, this is a combination of brunch and burlesque, and it’s […]

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JCPS stakeholders worry that state audit intensity is fueled by politics

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Correction appended. Three Louisville education stakeholders told Insider that they worried about how much of the state’s regulatory scrutiny on Jefferson County Public Schools was driven by politics — though the state’s top education official said the pending audit had nothing to do with politics. And two Louisville-based Democratic state legislators said that many of […]

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Hang local: Revelry hosts ‘Winter Wonderland,’ an exhibit of locally made Christmas tree ornaments

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Buy local, eat local, drink local — and now we can add “hang local” to the Keep Louisville Weird mantra with Revelry Boutique Gallery‘s “Winter Wonderland” exhibit that features locally made Christmas tree ornaments from nearly 20 Louisville artists. The show — which opens tonight, Dec. 1 — will hang (pun intended) through the first […]

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Major lane closures planned during next five days

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Planned preventive maintenance on the Ohio River Bridges’ tolling equipment will cause several lane closures during the next five days. Most drivers will likely be able to avoid inconvenience from the closures as they will take place overnight. The lane closures are on the Indiana side of the Abraham Lincoln Bridge. Tonight, four lanes of […]

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Task force: Prison population will keep rising without further reforms

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By James Mayse | Messenger-Inquirer A state criminal justice working group led by the head of Justice and Public Safety Cabinet estimates the state’s prison population will continue growing, costing the state about $600 million over the next decades if more isn’t done to reduce the number of people in jails and prisons. The working […]

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7 Questions With … Ali Muhammad, founder of StoryWood Bowties

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Louisville entrepreneur Ali Muhammad started his company StoryWood Bowties just last year, but already he has partnered with the likes of the Louisville Slugger Museum, Maker’s Mark, University of Louisville and many more. If you’re unfamiliar with the business, here’s the gist: Muhammad takes reclaimed wood from historic places — everywhere from Whiskey Row to […]

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Metro Council passes tree ordinance

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Metro Council amended the city’s tree ordinance by a 20-3 vote Thursday evening, requiring that any tree removed from certain city properties be replaced by the planting of a new tree in an effort to replenish Louisville’s declining tree canopy. Such a move was the top recommendation of the 2015 Louisville Urban Tree Canopy Assessment, […]

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Founder of black liberation theology wins 2018 Grawemeyer Award for Religion

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The University of Louisville and the Louisville Seminary have awarded theologian James H. Cone the 2018 Grawemeyer Award in Religion for his 2012 book “The Cross and the Lynching Tree.” Cone is the Bill and Judith Moyers Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York. According to the news release, more than 5,000 […]

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The Closing Bell: Marriott concept The Porch sets open date; Churchill Downs shares spike; convention center GM is named; and more

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Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend — a roundup of stories that can’t wait till Monday. Open date set for Marriott restaurant rebrand As part of a $30 million renovation, the Louisville Marriott Downtown previously said it planned to replace its outdated […]

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