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

Congrats to Patrick for correctly identifying yesterday’s sidewalk photo as Bonnycastle Avenue in the Deer Park neighborhood. Here’s a new photo ready for guesses. Also, I apologize if you were trying to contact me via phone in the last two days. AT&T’s network has apparently been overloaded in New York (and in Louisville, too, I read) and has not connected several calls. On with the news.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Nick’s question on Backseat Sandbar is absolutely essential. When we can figure out what’s missing here that Austin has, we may be able to move forward. They have a bigger, better college (sorry, I’m a UL grad… but it’s true. When I graduated, UL was a a municipal college, unaffiliated with the state. It was a damn good school). They are a capitol city. The college and government mean they’re recession-proof and they have more than a modicum of smart people. If we don’t get more smart people, more immigrants, more weirdos we won’t make that leap. Our smart weirdos work their asses off trying to move us further, but we need help. Make UL and Bellarmine reach out, go the extra mile. Make even more rich smart people take chances… Gill Holland can’t do it all. Everyone go to the West End and visit and talk.

    Talk. I’m tired of the coolness (read ‘chilliness,’ not ‘hipness’) of the smart people here – by ‘here’ I mean the internet cool folks.

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