"My greatest fear would be dying in a volcano, or like a volcano-incident. Dante’s Peak really messed with me as a kid, so I have an irrational fear of volcanoes."
From top to bottom, Forecastle day two had a very strong lineup, and they delivered!
Drunken Forecastle attendee on gentrification: “Hey, hey you’re media? What’s going on East Market Street? What’s up with that?”
"We paint a lot together; we’re husband and wife, of course, so I decided to make something fun and totally different than my normal style and it was going to be like a love letter to her."
The first day of Forecastle proved that it's one of the biggest and best music festivals in the country.
Quote of the day: "I can't leave without my hula-hoop."
Catching up with Lulu, a mermaid posed on the edge of a bathtub in The Bourbon Lodge, to ask about her weekend at Forecastle
Bluegrass and Celtic music combined with folk traditions and dulcimer competitions for an event that lasts all weekend.
So we all know Forecastle is happening, but what else is there to do this weekend?
Movie geeks meet sports buffs July 27, as players and fans alike wear their costumes for the first-ever Star Wars game night.
The Foxery announce a new album, more new festivals, and a quick wrap up of louisville.com's Forecastle previews in this week's Tuned Into Town!
Your weekend guide (from an LFPL insider) to some area library featured events: this weekend, July 18-21.