|No. 1: Him Gentleman's Boutique on Pearl Street.|
|No. 2: New eats (Lady Trons's) coming to old Little Chef.|
Thanks for reading NA Confidential, where we enjoy burrowing beneath the headlines to offer unique local perspectives. November continued a recent trend in heightened readership, testifying to a keen interest in local stories, perhaps because they're being chronically under-served elsewhere.
The list begins with fifteen "honorable mention" posts, before concluding with the Top Ten, escalating to No. 1. Stats are derived from Google's internal numbers listings.
FIFTEEN HONORABLE MENTION
ON THE AVENUES: Kind-a full-a you know what, but now we're going to find out whether Jeff Gahan has any cattle under his hat.
Mike Rowe's election analysis: We're trying to lick a cat without actually putting our tongues on it.
One Southern Indiana seeks roadside assistance as "Indianapolis Voters Overwhelmingly Pass Nation's First Income Tax for Transit."
"The real triumph of (neoliberalism) was not its capture of the right, but its colonization of parties that once stood for everything Hayek detested."
Our big fat Hibbardendum emerges fully erect: If all them Democrats got beat, how did they manage this tax increase?
Georgetown, look not to NA's Bicentennial Park as a harbinger of revitalization. Beak-wetting? That's another matter entirely.
The next downtown merchant meeting is tomorrow morning (Tuesday, Nov. 15) at Sorg's Sport & Wellness.
Pillsbury plant purchased; Team Gahan livid at press release snub. In other news, sun set to rise tomorrow morning.
As of Tuesday's epic Democratic fail, Gahan's a bigger fish in a smaller pond -- and Dickey's looking for a food taster.
"For the decent straight men who are angered by a Trump presidency, four things you can do to help us all."
Two Way Streets now? Finally? Gahan sets the bar as low as humanly possible and somehow clears it, as BOW opts for a rational street grid.