Photo: Courtesy My Morning Jacket
- The Courier-Journal ran essentially the same article about the candidates making a final push in all three major area races: U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Louisville mayor.
- "Over the last decade, Louisville’s job market has been bleeding, with little real aid and critics point to lethargy in Greater Louisville Inc., as the leading culprit. From January 2000 to January 2010, the Bureau of Labor & Statistics shows that the city shed 34,600 private sectors jobs. Those losses represent a 5.5 percent decrease underway before the recession of 2008 nearly tanked the nation’s economy. Beyond the depressing job statistics, there is Louisville’s inclusion on several Worst Of-type lists — Sixth dumbest city, fifth worst place to find a job; worst place for allergies; et al. — that make you wonder: What is possible in Possibility City?" [LEO Weekly]
- "Louisville's Alexandria Mills (nope, never heard of her either) was crowned Miss World at the event's 60th annual pageant Saturday, Oct. 30 in Sanya, China." [Louisville.com]
- "In doing their part to showcase one of our city's cultural treasures, MMJ pulled out all of the stops in sharing the stage with the Louisville Youth Orchestra." [Louisville.com]