Friday, August 10, 2018

Oh, Kentucky


"What about swastikas?"

Taj Sardar According to the Gospel (via Mike James in Ashland's Daily Independent): "I don’t want him to lose his job. It’s his livelihood. I don’t want him to apologize to me. Maybe to the public. He hurt the public more than he hurt me. I’m not holding it against him. We’re all human. I believe in forgiveness. I hope he learned something."

Congratulations, Mandy, hero of the Pulaski County Humane Society (and well done, Cara Slavey, of Somerset's Commonwealth Journal).

It could be back to (Jacob) school for some of Louisville's seniors.

Ceramics are back in downtown Corbin.

Where the Master Gardeners of Madisonville are (almost every morning these days).

Bad jobs news from Covington.

Engines idled in Sitka, too.


  1. "Go back to Africa?" I think of that moment on the Fear of a Black Planet album all the time lately.

  2. Yes.

    I loved that story, though. It's hard to sift them out of all the muck (maybe it always is), but we are getting stories right now that proclaim the good news of the one true God. It's just really cool to think about God working out there in Ashland, Kentucky, through a Sikh gas-station restauranteur.