May 31, 2012 - 11:17am
Bulk up your bookshelves at the Friends of Library Spring Book Sale this weekend
Kick off your summertime reading (because, yeah, people still do that) with a fresh stack of books priced for pocket change. The Friends of the Louisville Free Public Library hosts their annual Spring Book Sale this weekend, Friday, June 1st – Sunday, June 3rd.
What goes best with that tall glass of lemonade (besides gin)?  That’s right.  I’m talking about our sweet and spine-ed friends, those quiet confections of wonder and wood pulp.  Ahhh…The Book.  As we prepare for the Ohio Valley’s savory blend of...
July 30, 2012 - 3:45am
Many of the professional and business associations of Louisville are combining forces to bring to the city an inclusive and fun event. This will be an evening to celebrate Diversity and Inclusion, and build bridges among the many unique professional backgrounds, thinking styles, ethnicities and...
July 30, 2012 - 3:45am
In addition to American country antiques, the show features formal furniture, books, textiles, jewelry, and silver. Admission is $6 ($3 for children 6-12). Admission includes tours of the historic house museum. Concessions are available. Proceeds support the continued operation and preservation of...
July 30, 2012 - 4:00am
Exact location instructions will be available at the cemetery entrance. The Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard will participate. William Croghan, the builder of Locust Grove, was a surveyor and a veteran of the Continental Army. Born in Dublin in 1752, he died and was buried at Locust...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Grassroots Gala hosts author meet and greet for ‘Two Centuries of Black Louisvil
Kicking off the Grassroots Gala, Rooibee Red Tea and the Center For Neighborhoods are proud to host an event with the authors of ‘Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History’. Join Merv Aubespin, Kenneth Clay and J. Blaine Hudson at the Henry Clay building this Friday, June 1st, at 5pm.
These streets have a story.  To all those habitual pavement pounders (such as myself), a sense of ownership over paths well-traipsed is inevitable.  While I may have been bred, born and reared in the slightly bland soup of Louisville’s East End, my heart beats for Old Louisville...
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