Top Ten posts at NA Confidential for September, 2016.

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The month’s top story was Harvest Homecoming’s 800-lb footprint.

Thanks for reading NA Confidential, where we enjoy burrowing beneath the headlines to offer unique local perspectives. September continued a recent trend in heightened readership, testifying to a keen interest in local stories, perhaps because they’re being under-served elsewhere.

The list begins with ten “honorable mention” posts, before concluding with the Top Ten, escalating to No. 1. Stats are derived from Google’s internal numbers listings.

TEN HONORABLE MENTION

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ON THE AVENUES Now for my next amazing conversion trick (KABOOM!!!) – look at those pretty windows on Schmitt Furniture.

394

4-2-3: City council scorecard from Monday’s public meeting on two-way streets.

395

The Green Mouse reveals Irv’s stunning rate of return on propaganda investments.

401

Two lengthy Fitbit streaks come to an end.

404

A tale of two auto body shops.

405

Irv’s polling results from Fairview Cemetery show 234 residents against two-way streets, none in favor.

408

The controversial and enigmatic Herbert von Karajan, rock star of the classics.

425

Shocking photo of the ex-Publican as you’ve never seen him before.

430

Caesar absent, Coffey abstains, Rickard fumes and city council unanimously approves a noise ordinance upgrade.

432

IMPORTANT: New Albany Indie Fest 2016 will be held on September 24 at the 400 block of Bank Street, and at NABC Bank Street Brewhouse.

TOP TEN

441

If you have personally observed speeding on Spring or Elm Street, Silver Hills resident Irv Stumler says you’re a liar.

496

ON THE AVENUES: Complete ventriloquism, or the stagecraft of “throwing” your two-way streets.

508

Top Ten posts at NA Confidential for August, 2016.

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Astonishment: Some caveats, some exceptions, but HWC Engineering recommends two-way street reversions for Spring, Elm, Market, Pearl and Bank.

631

“It doesn’t matter whether Guy Fieri’s new Louisville restaurant has good beer because none of us will be going there anyway.”

680

The luxury dog park atop the burial ground will be open for defecation soon. Does anyone know why?

741

Whither Sister Hicks and the Christ Gospel Church?

925

I’m overwhelmed and grateful for the collision of Indie Fest, Sativa Gumbo and NABC on Saturday night.

1,344

Eat, drink and repeat: Six updates about downtown New Albany food and dining.

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Trumple-down carny economics: The needs of Fiesta Rides outweighs the needs of bricks and mortar indie businesses at Underground Station.

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