I was asked to make an owl mascot costume out of recycled materials for the Mighty Kindness Hootenanny. This is the result.
Monday morning, on my way to protest John Boehner, Hell suddenly broke loose all around me. I was momentarily surrounded by blaring sirens, arrays of red and blue strobe lights the like of which could have sent every epileptic in the Ohio River Valley into seizures, and a line of long, black, bullet proof SUV's. The guest of honor of our protest, Speaker of the House John Boehner, had arrived.
Local news for Nov. 2, 2011
When no one from the mammoth railroad company appeared at the hearing, I ordered it condemned and demolished. The problem, of course, was that my agency didn't have anywhere near the amount of money it would have cost to demolish the bridge.
This legislation was an innovative way to address our transportation infrastructure in Kentucky, and would have enabled us to repair our bridges and roads without adding to our deficit.
Mighty Kindness is a Louisville non-profit that is focused on bringing a mighty kind unity to our community.
Local news for Nov. 1, 2011
With a heavy heart, John Timmons closes landmark music store after 26 years
"Common ground doesn't mean compromising on your principles. Common ground means finding the places where your agenda overlaps with that of the other party."
Corner building purchase kills expansion by drugstore chain
Local news for Oct. 31, 2011
Troubled record store quiet on a Saturday