It seems last week’s “retro” sidewalk photo of the old White Castle on Market Street between First and Brook brought out some old memories. Needless to say, the sidewalk was handily identified by Thomas Braden, D. Jason Crowder, and Jeff Noble. Per reader request and to help keep those memories alive, we posted another historic view of the old White Castle once located at Bardstown Road and Eastern Parkway below. Here’s a new sidewalk photo to start off the short-week.
- AG says Mayor’s deal with Cordish at 4SL is legal (C-J)
- More from Ville-Voice and Page One.
- New Albany seeks ‘storytelling sculpture’ in its downtown (C-J)
- Youth shelter proposal still controversial, uncreative in New Albany (N & T)
- Center for child-abuse victims proposed in Old Louisville (C-J)
- Apparently no one likes the negligent Boston management co. at Park DuValle (C-J)
- Work continues toward establishing Affordable Housing Trust Fund (C-J)
- Jeffersontown launches rebranding web site (Official Site via Biz First)
- Cincy thinks Waterfront Wednesdays are pretty great (UrbanCincy)
- Rain gardens can help with stormwater runoff issues (C-J)
- One more word about the Bardstown Road Zombie Walk (Lou for Lovers)
- Despite rain, Mayor’s Hike & Bike draws a ‘couple thousand’ (C-J)
- River Fields lawsuit stops construction of Harrods Creek bride (C-J)
- It’s going to be important to cut sprawl & improve land use (World Changing)
- Imagine the ‘building you can eat’ using green walls (ArchDaily)
- Creating ’emotional connection’ to create a sense of place (Smart City via P-zen)
Thanks to Diane Deaton-Street who found this photo from the National Trust for Historic Places.