This Just Happened, a weekly round up (Kentucky Derby 139 edition)

Yesterday in Louisville, Kentucky's signature event - the fastest two minutes in sport - cofavorite Orb brought home the roses on a sloppy track [ESPN]

The Helix opens tomorrow in Lexington. No, it's not a cool bar; it's the parking garage next to the police department which has been undergoing costly but necessary repairs for months. [BizLex]

Evidence of cannibalism among America's earliest settlers reports Smithsonian [TPM]

The sun shines bright on Lexington food trucks as steps are being taken to expand their footprint [Herald Leader]

A great photologue of Covington's "front, back and side doors" with an eye toward improving entry to this northern Kentucky city [RiverCityNews]

Lexington's Town Branch Commons had a huge public presentation last midweek. I missed it, but ProgressLex didn't. Check out the video of the half-hour presentation! [ProgressLex]

Another thing I missed was the tour of the historic East End in Lexington - a hotbed of African-American history. Another tour is slated for June [Merlene Davis / H-L]