Congratulations to Tracey for providing the first totally accurate identification of our last sidewalk photo as East Washington Street looking toward Adams Street in Butchertown. There was a little confusion over changes in street names at Story Avenue from Adams to Spring Street. Congrats also to Jaarad Taylor, John G., Larry Cox, Jeff, Jeff Noble, Bill Omansiek, and Shad. Here’s a new sidewalk photo ready for guesses in the comments.
There are still a few seats available for the Livable Louisville Forum coming up on March 30 at 6:00pm (reception at 5:00). Don’t forget to RSVP online for your free spot and tell your friends.
- Could The Blind Pig be opening any day now? (Mojo)
- Germantown’s Hara Center is expanding (G-town & S-burg)
- Healthcare company moving its HQ to Louisville (Fox 41, Mojo, C-J)
- WFPL looks back at the pros and cons of Louisville merger (Part 1, Part 2)
- A new organization hopes to improve food access to urban communities (Fat Lip)
- Downtown Qdoba features new design including community table (Mojo)
- Talking about pizza and the new Papalino’s in the Highlands (Lou HB)
- From Beantown to Rubbertown and the future of a neighborhood (LEO)
- In praise of the Frankfort Avenue Business Association (Lane Report)
- Crisis averted: 82-year old woman won’t be evicted from home (WLKY, V-V)
- New non-profit aims to make Portland safer and healthier (Fox 41)
- Condo developers on the suburban fringe find a loophole (C-J)
- Card Game offers construction updates of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (One, Two)
- UL chooses Mass. architect for building at Shelbyhurst campus (UL, C-J, Biz First)
- Abramson goes to DC to accept 2010 Energy Star Award for Lou (Fat Lip)
- While a group rallies for coal in Downtown Louisville (C-J, WFPL)
- And LG&E proposes a 60-acre coal ash pond for Cane Run Road (Valley Report)
- Register online for the free Livable Louisville Forum on March 30 (Livable Lou)
- Clifton Community Council to host sidewalk safety discussion Mar. 25 (CART)
- Book signing on anniversary of 1890 tornado to be held March 27 (Lou H & I)
This photo is taken looking west along East Washington Street between Brook & Floyd Street. The parking garage shown is Humana's parking garage designed by BRAVURA.
It’s East Washington @ N Floyd.
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