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Photo by Diane Deaton-Street
(Diane Deaton-Street)

Congratulations to Barturtle, Michael, and Jeff Noble for correctly identifying last Wednesday’s sidewalk photo. Here’s a new photo ready for your guesses.

Local News

  • Old Louisville’s Carly Rae’s closes this weekend with drink specials (LHB Forum)
  • Molly Malone’s in St. Matthews holds grand opening, kitchen to follow soon (LHB Forum)
  • Derby Museum plans $5.5M renovation, to reopen next April (Biz First, C-J, WFPLFox 41)
  • Middletown Museum looks to expand presence, move to town’s Main Street (C-J)
  • Galt House signs deal with Churchill Downs to be official hotel (Biz First, Fox 41)
  • Efforts to lure ‘nomadic’ college grads to Louisville may be paying off (The Edit)
  • Lou has made the big leagues as the fourth most likely place for a rat infestation (The Edit)
  • New Albany’s Scribner House to get fountain, garden face lift (N & T)
  • Dilapidated New Albany building revealed to be historic ‘crupper factory’ (NA Confidential)
  • Considering recent news about the fate of Colonial Gardens (Restore CG)
  • A rundown of the home sales numbers for October 2009 (Lou Homes)
  • Bon Air neighborhood to plant trees along Bardstown Road November 11 (Mojo)
  • Miami Herald loves the Old Seelbach Bar and 732 Social (M-H via Twitter)
  • A pretty pickle takes a look at fall colors and Halloween sights around Lou.
  • And a few recent flickr fall photos here and here and here and here.


  • French bike-sharing program struggles with theft, vandalism (NY Times via Twitter)
  • Pros and cons of jaywalking, competitive mobility vs the law (CART)
  • As late as 1942, ‘car’ meant ‘streetcar’ not ‘automobile’ in Kentucky (CART)
  • On the many, dangerous ‘land mines’ an urban cyclist must contend with (Pedalaround)
  • Move to close Preston Highway onramp to Watterson drawing controversy (WFPL)
  • Goldsmith Lane causing safety headaches, and a few ideas to fix it (Mojo)
  • Work to continue of Clarksville’s Eastern Boulevard through Winter (N & T)
  • Giving an auto lane to bikes proves a big success on one Vancouver bridge (V-S via P-zen)

Everything Else

  • Cities should consider ‘transit villages’ to increase density (Citiwire)
  • French city testing heat-sensing street lights that dim when no one is around (openalex)
  • Unobtrusive prototype wind turbine fits on your house’s ridge line (Inhabitat)
  • Poll shows many businesses are shelving sustainability due to recession (Biz First)
  • This community garden is entirely covered by a ‘community hammock’ (TreeHugger)
  • EPA sets up decade-long permeable-parking lot study (SciAm via Twitter)
  • Subsidies for cars and houses have helped pull the economy up (Wash Times via P-zen)
  • Imagine the details you’d see walking a marathon around your block (NY Times via Twitter)
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  1. Yale Avenue, indeed! I had to think about it for a minute, but the little, 2-story garage/shed structure behind the blue-painted cinder block house gives it away.