August 13, 2012 - 4:09pm
The whole anti-creationist argument might be best summed up by A.A. Gill, a London Sunday Times critic who said of the Creation Museum, “This place doesn’t just take on evolution; it squares off with geology, anthropology, paleontology, history, chemistry, astronomy, zoology, biology and good taste.
Recent word that cash-strapped and sin-plagued Kentucky could hit the trifecta in biblical theme parks is good news indeed, although at first blush, any consideration given to constructing a 100-foot Tower of Babel outside of Frankfort does seems a little irreligious.Yet the details as we know them...
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Who wouldn't want to travel for a living and write about it? Sounds exotic, doesn't it?Louisville-based writer Zach Everson works for louisville.com but also makes about half of his living writing about travel. Within the past year, he's been to China and Israel, writing for national magazines and...
March 11, 2011 - 9:44am
The King is coming back to Louisville! That's right yet another Elvis sighting.
The name Elvis conjures up visions of hip shaking, gold records, and screaming women—the likes of which are rarely seen to the scale that the young man from Mississippi was able to create. And, it’s just those visions that the Elvis Presley Graceland Museum is trying to cultivate with its recent...
February 27, 2011 - 11:10am
Youth can be a hard thing to give up on... Especially when seeing your favorite band from when you were 18 is on the line. Take a few pointers on how to rock like a teenager but still maintain your adulthood.
It is a dilemma I find myself facing more and more often as I approach the end of my twenties: To commit fully to my adulthood – embrace the fact that I am a husband and a father and a working professional whose nine-to-five often has to be treated as a nine-to-nine , after all – or to occasionally...
February 16, 2011 - 11:00am
Women's-only group offers outdoor adventures.
In August 2010, Jessa Davis of River City Canoe and Kayak and Karen Tuell of The Trail Store started Outdoor Women of Louisville. Envisioned as a way for women to experience outdoor activities in a relaxed and welcoming environment, the group has ballooned to 120 members in just a few months.