March 18, 2013 - 11:58am
Jenny Lawson brings black humor and real life to Barnes & Noble with her new mem
I think I’m already a fan of what’s happening here. I have not read this book, but I appreciate anything that is described as “a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives”. Join Jenny Lawson tonight at the Summit area Barnes & Noble for a signing of her new memoir ‘Let’s Pretend This Never Happened’ at 7pm.
This article is about Jenny Lawson and her new memoir, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened.  She’s going to sign it at 7pm at Barnes & Noble.  Tonight is when she’ll do this. But this part of the article is not about that at all:My mother apparently didn’t...
October 20, 2011 - 8:15am
No Bullshit Social Media - Jason Falls
Are you a social media groupie or just enjoy delicious free appetizers and a few drinks with a great group of people? Join Louisville's social media rock star, Jason Falls, at Avalon for his No B.S. Social Media book party.
Are you a social media groupie or just enjoy delicious free appetizers and a few drinks with a great group of people? Join Louisville's social media rock star, Jason Falls, at Avalon for his No B.S. Social Media book party.
February 5, 2010 - 6:48pm
When media outlets feud, it reminds me of the time two special ed kids in high school got in a put-down fight.
When media outlets spat it reminds me about the time in high school (no, I didn't go to Trinity or Saint X, but thanks for asking) when two students in the special ed class got in a put-down fight in the bathroom: it doesn't matter who wins, neither party looks pretty and everyone else ends up...
May 20, 2009 - 9:45am
by Lou
After the bright spotlight of an ABC News special - and the attention that followed - Eastern Kentucky is starting to tell its own story online thanks to the efforts of a Lexington attorney that came from the region.
Storytelling is central to Appalachian cultural – and now, with the advent of the internet, mountain tales that have been passed down by word of mouth through the generations can be preserved and shared on a much greater scale. The new website, AppalacianFolk.com, is an archive of true stories,...
May 20, 2010 - 1:50pm
Talking to other people is the most enjoyable way to learn about what's happening in Louisville, but there's no way to hyperlink to human beings. Yet. In the meantime, here are useful online resources for finding out what's happening in Louisville.
Talking to other people is the most enjoyable way to learn about what's happening in Louisville, but there's no way to hyperlink to human beings. Yet.In the meantime, here are useful online resources for finding out what's happening in Louisville.Any sources I'm missing? Add them to the comments....
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