LEO Weekly

  • 607 W Main St., Ste 001
  • Louisville, Kentucky 40202
  • Phone: (502) 895-9770
  • Fax: (502) 895-9779
  • Circulation: 25,120 (as of July 2014)
  • Audited By: Verified Audit Circulation
  • Publication Day: Wednesday
  • Market Served: Metropolitan Louisville, Southern Indiana
  • National Advertising: Voice Media Group
Born in 1990, LEO Weekly is Louisville's alt-weekly. Edgy, urbane and sophisticated, with a dash of wit and an authoritative voice, LEO Weekly and its online component, leoweekly.com, offer the city's most intelligent reads on everything from news and politics to arts, entertainment and popular music.
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2011 Column, 1st Place (Circulation Below 50000) by Sara Havens
2010 News Story-Long Form, 2nd Place (Circulation Below 50000) by Sarah Kelley
2010 News Story-Short Form, 3rd Place (Circulation Below 50000) by Phillip Bailey
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 25-34 (27.3%)
 35-44 (15.9%)
 45-54 (22%)
 55+ (31%)

 F: 49%
 M: 51%
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Source: Media Audit, March/April 2012


Title Name Email address*
Art Director John J. Cobb ---
Editor-at-Large Scott Recker ---
Publisher Laura Snyder ---
Owner / Executive Editor Aaron Yarmuth ---

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LEO Weekly  |  Posted on 02-03-2016

Recent Articles

Fake it ’til you make it, Jughead

The most popular guy in town — good looking and oblivious to what’s going on around him — won’t sacrifice his personal time for work, but his (Tea Party) friends know how to get him motivated. Despite not being known for having the same insatiable appetite, the Paul Ryan-Jughead resemblance is uncanny.
LEO Weekly  |  Aaron Yarmuth  |  01-14-2016  |  Commentary

Fear and Loathing in Denver

A new light has been turned on in the Hunter S. Thompson kitchen.
LEO Weekly  |  Clayton L. Luce  |  11-04-2015  |  Features
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