It should suffice to say that if one is seeking reasons for New Albany's revival these past few years, asking Develop New Albany to explain it is tantamount to requesting that I detail my pivotal role in making NASCAR the nation's favorite motorized spectator sport.
(To represent the great change downtown, we're shown a photo of the former Little Chef, now DP Updogs, which during the period of our civic dormancy remained open for 24 hours a day through a half-dozen presidential administrations or more, while its successor seemingly accepts customers only by appointment. Neither the image nor the metaphor I would have used, but then again, I actually know a bit about the topic.)
For another recent example of an Insider Louisville contributor making me pull out my hair, go here: Polly Wanna History Lesson?
Dan Canon on New Albany: From barren wasteland to bustling urban vibe almost overnight, by Dan Canon
Five years ago, downtown New Albany was practically a barren wasteland.