Today, after stuffing yourself silly--and before watching football--you might want to put all this in perspective by reviewing the following statistics.
Occupy Louisville, LIBA and Mighty Kindness are all singing the praises of shopping local. Maybe this city can even fight corporate greed in the process of keeping Louisville weird.
When your kids ask you to go see Christmas lights, don't forget to visit Christmas At The Galt House featuring the KaLightoscope attraction.
Local news for Nov. 23, 2011
"While we'll still reduce the deficit by $1.2 trillion, much more needs to be done. And we'll continue our efforts to reduce the size of Washington, reform and protect the entitlement system for future generations, and create a better environment for job growth."
The highly anticipated Snow Ball Park has been canceled. The attraction was set to open next week.
The economy? Digital sales? Louisville itself? Or a combination?
Local news for Nov. 22, 2011
"We are serious about growing jobs in our state and this board is evidence of that," Mayor Greg Fischer said. "The Bluegrass region already has the assets, including two Ford plants and Toyota plant, to become best-in-world at advanced manufacturing."
Local news for Nov. 21, 2011
Do they really believe they are going to effect corporate and banking regulatory reform? Do they really think they are going to influence America's foreign policy? Can they truly believe that their nocturnal encampments will somehow erase income disparity and bring about a utopia of "economic justice?"
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers who can afford to donate time rather than money this holiday season. It is calling upon interested citizens to man the ubiquitous little red kettles, which will soon be located around the Metro area.