November 28, 2011 - 12:00pm
Author Kim Edwards presents her latest book, "The Lake of Dreams", at the Library's main branch, tomorrow, Tuesday November 29th, at 7pm.
‘Tis the season to spend dollars – many dollars.  With the war-torn efforts of Black Friday still fresh and Cyber Monday in full swing today, wallets in Louisville might be a little tired.  How about something nice and free for your wish list?  Take a break from the...
November 25, 2011 - 1:59pm
How well do you know the 22nd letter of the alphabet?; Join mystery writer Sue Grafton at Carmichael's Bookstore this Sunday, November 27th, for a signed copy of "V is for Vengeance"
Most of my life-shattering mysteries involve frantic searches for simple household items hiding in conspicuous corners: scissors, lip balm, my favorite nail file, the roll of tape, that little scrap of paper with that oh-so-important number scribbled in the margin.  I have made a frazzled...
November 18, 2011 - 12:21pm
As part of The Filson’s Gertrude Polk Brown Lecture Series, Adam Goodheart will speak at Ballard High School this Sunday, November 20th, presenting a picture of America in battle in his new book, "1861: The Civil War Awakening".
We have all seen the stark, haunting photos from the Civil War battle fields.  The bodies of men lay strewn across a plain where their corpses dot the landscape like ragged, misshapen hillocks.  “Surgery” was swift, brutal and mostly fatal; stoic amputees pose with their...
November 17, 2011 - 12:22pm
A native poet and founder of Sarabande Books, Sarah Gorham released her newest collection of poetry, "Bad Daughter", this fall. Join her tonight, November 17th, at Carmichael’s for a look at the mischievous side of life.
The term “hysteria” can trace its rather curious roots back to the ancient Greeks.  Often attributed to Hippocrates, “hysteria” began its journey to the modern English lexicon as a term used to describe the movements of a woman’s uterus as it flew about her body,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
Join former Kentucky Poet Laureate, Richard Taylor, at The Filson Historical Society on Wednesday, November 16th, for a discussion on the life of Audubon, the inspiration for Taylor’s newest poetry collection, Rare Birds: Sonnets on the Life of James John Audubon.
Feathers are having a moment.  The popularity of the bird and its instruments of flight is evident from its presence in everything from décor motifs to the hair extensions of the hip.  Birds are, indeed, beautiful little creatures.  They populate our gardens and greet our mornings...
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