The world is a pretty big place (so I’ve been told); maybe we should think more about it? Let’s do that one. Join economist Phil Auerswald tomorrow, Tuesday, February 5th, as he presents his book ‘The Coming Prosperity’ at the World Affairs Council Speaker Series. It’ll be global.
Recently featured on the front page of the New York Times book review, Fred Kaplan will bring his new book, ‘The Insurgents’, to the Louisville Library tonight, January 31st, at 7pm.
Since Louisville.com (via WAVE-TV) announced that Swedish fast fashion retailer H&M would be setting up shop at Oxmoor Center this fall, conflicting reports have surfaced between local media outlets and the retailer's own professional departments. Will Louisville see an H&M open this fall? Only if the retailer can get its story straight.
Want to learn the art of hip hop? You’ve got to check out Safiyyah Dance.
The Kentucky native and founder of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, animal advocate Jenny Brown will share her new book, ‘The Lucky Ones: My Passionate Fight for Farm Animals’, at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Friday, January 25th at 7pm.
The Earth & Spirit Center wants to educate us on the Environmental Justice issues that are alive and well in the Louisville area.
Representatives of Swedish fast fashion retailer H&M confirmed they will open a store in Louisville at Oxmoor Center in the autumn of 2013. If you've never heard of this chain, however, this is your introductory guide to H&M.
The 2012 Kentucky Equine Survey results are in and the business of horses in Kentucky is worth billions of dollars to the State.
Imprisoned for two decades in Chinese prison camps for his political viewpoints, Harry Wu now has a story and a message to share in the fight for human rights. Join him in conjunction with UofL for a special lecture tomorrow, Wednesday, January 23rd at 7pm.
On Monday, January 21st, our nation will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as well as the inauguration of President Barack Obama. The Muhammad Ali Center invites the community to celebrate both with them.
Lynn's Paradise Cafe wasn't the only thing to close down.
Buck Creek Valley Animal Rescue operates an equine rescue helping abused, neglected, and unwanted horses, currently 34 horses are under their care. They are at risk of losing the land they operate on and need your help.