July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
Family Matters: Author Lindsey Apple sheds light on the legacy of Henry Clay’s f
Former professor, Lindsey Apple, unearths the story of the Clay clan in his latest book, ‘The Family Legacy of Henry Clay: In the Shadow of a Kentucky Patriarch’. Join him at The Filson tomorrow, March 13th at noon for a look for the lesser known – but no less important – members of the Clay family.
We all learn from a very young age that we have absolutely no choice in matters of familial ties.  Dad’s nose, Mom’s lips and all of their oh-so-incredibly-unfair rulings force their genetic and parental wills upon us without the slightest inkling of a nod to our own wills....
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Science Literacy: Author and science historian, George Dyson, discusses the birt
Quick! Have you used a computer in the last 5 seconds? (If you answered “no” then we seriously need to talk about your grip on reality…). Come and learn the true tall tale about the creation of the device that changed our world; author and science historian, George Dyson, will present his book ‘Turing’s Cathedral’ at 7pm tonight, Monday, March 12th, at the Library.
Oh, the things you must have seen…
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Irish ABCs: Local author, Viki Pidgeon, presents an unconventional Irish history
Get ready to re-learn the alphabet – Irish style. Local author – and dual Irish citizen – Viki Pidgeon presents her latest ode to the Emerald Isle with a children’s book designed to marry fun with facts. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, March 10th, at 4pm.
Although my biological ethnic heritage is – shall we say – “exotic” in its myriad of mixes: a dash of German, a pop of Spanish, some sprinklings of Eastern Europe, a nice solid slice of Cherokee for good measure, as well as some other miscellaneous genetic contributions, are...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Kentucky author, Nancy Jensen, presents her debut novel at Carmichael’s Bookstor
Being hailed as one of the best new novels of 2011, ‘The Sisters’ and its creator, Nancy Jensen, will be at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, March 9th, at 7pm for a special reading from this Bluegrass-based fiction.
I am an only child.  I am also the mother of an only child.  A solitary existence in the quiet, unused bedrooms of a decidedly soft, suburban house was a haven I knew well growing up.  I was never lonely and deeply resented all insinuations that I suffered a great loss in my...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Get covered in InKY with writers Nicole Louise Reid and Patrick Wensink this Fri
Friday night? Check. Second Friday night of the month? Check! Oh, man…It’s Poetry night! Get your reading ritual on this weekend with writers Nicole Louise Reid and Patrick Wensink at the InKY Reading Series. The Bard’s Town’s doors are open this Friday, March 9th at 7pm for a good poetry partytime.
I have writer’s block.  No, no, don’t panic.  I’ll be just fine here in my bodacious funk, stress levels slowly simmering in nonchalance before the cataclysmic boiling point of panic froths all over my inner and proverbial creativity cook stove.  This happens all...
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