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Taking stock of National Bike Everywhere Month in Louisville on the...

We're entering the final stretch of National Bike Everywhere Month, and May's signature event is upon us tomorrow, Friday, May 20: National Bike to...

Anatomy of a Protected Bike Lane: Infographic shows overwhelming benefits of...

Have you ever pedaled along a real Protected Bike Lane? A bike lane separated from the stress of fast-paced streets filled with speeding motorists...

Day & Night: Louisville demonstrates that segregation isn’t just about where...

In cities, you’ll sometimes hear people talk about a “daytime population”: not how many people live in a place, but how many gather there...

Meet your Metro Council candidates: District 4

This year, Broken Sidewalk asked each Metro Council candidate to respond to a survey of questions related to the topics we cover here on...

Russell hopes to grow a hundred new businesses with kitchen incubator...

Jay's Cafeteria was once a food hub for the Russell neighborhood, where sit-down restaurants remain a scarcity even today. But in less than a...

With development agreement, West Louisville FoodPort can move forward

The West Louisville FoodPort took a major step forward on Wednesday with the official signing of a development agreement between Metro Louisville, which provided...

1619 Flux bridges the gap between Russell and Portland with art...

If you walk along West Main Street, you might not have ever noticed a humble concrete block warehouse set way back off the street...

Two Louisville projects honored by Kentucky landscape architects

Landscape architecture is such a profoundly interesting field (no pun intended) because one project never does just one thing. Landscapes are the original multi-taskers....

Unholy Cow: The complete story—so far—of plans to build a methane...

In early 2015, a major development—the West Louisville FoodPort—was announced in the Russell neighborhood that promised internationally renowned architecture, a hub for local agriculture,...