A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
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A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)

Congrats to Jeff, Scott, and Josh for correctly identifying our last sidewalk photo as East Main Street looking west from Wenzel Street. Guesses for this location in the comments.

Local News

  • Economy mutes a longtime Louisville record shop. (NPR)
  • Lexington tops Louisville on “brainpower” list. (Biz First)
  • Positive Change boxes collect $800 in first weeks. (WFPL)
  • Director of Sustainability could be finalized next month. (WFPL)
  • Local photographers plan new magazine for Louisville. (WFPL)
  • The seven wonders of Nulu. (Lou Comedy)
  • Registration for the Louisville Transportation Camp is open. (Eventbrite)
  • 610 Magnolia chef Edward Lee on elevating Lou’s food scene. (Insider)
  • Old Louisville-CP West releases a stained-glass window calendar. (Consuming Lou)

Transportation

  • Wayside Wheels bike swap planned for December 10. (Bicycling 4 Lou)
  • Are complete streets complete? Toward making complete places. (PPS)
  • Sharing time: Tracking the “sharrow” on city streets. (Elly Blue)
  • Can America afford not to bike more? (StreetsBlog)
  • NYC builds first “slow zone” to fight speeding. (Transportation Nation)
  • Towns turn to “road diets” to slow busy traffic. (AP)
  • Talking highway removal in Philly. (Philly Post)
  • New book Bike Art gives global tour of bike-inspired work. (Bike Portland)
Other News
  • Why complexity improves the quality of city life (Richard Sennet)
  • To rethink sprawl, start with offices. (NY Times)
  • The death of the fringe suburb. (NY Times)
  • Confessions of a messy regionalist. (Citiwire)
  • Top 10 urban planning books for 2012. (Planetizen)
  • The next wave of modernism: Healing the urban landscape. (The Dirt)
  • How should we design the cities of our dreams? (Salon)
  • How Brooklyn got its groove back: Reinventing a postindustrial hot spot. (City Journal)
  • Urban waters small grants: Proposals due January 23. (EPA)
  • City of systems: Waste removal. (Omnibus)
  • Zoning at 85: Do we still need it? (ULI)
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3 COMMENTS

  1. Its East Washington Street looking towards Webster Street. St. Josephs should be just across the street.

  2. 900 block of East Washington St. looking west towards Campbell St. You can barely make out the awning of Jerry’s Deli at the corner.

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