This is not Pottery Barn. Join Warren and Julie Payne as they present their new book, "Clear as Mud: Early 20th Century Kentucky Art Pottery", at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow at noon.
Prepare to be amazed with the grandeur and the glow of our Earth at night. Douglas Keeney will present Lights of Mankind: The Earth at Night as Seen from Space at the Library's St. Matthew's branch tomorrow, December 7th, at 7pm
Now truly ask yourself: does Dad really need another scarf this year? Give the gift of erudition! Shop local and buy books; Carmichael's has got you covered with their 2011 Holiday Catalog.
Revisit this classic Holiday story with some special guests from the Louisville Ballet! Family storytime at the Library just got a little more magical.
Here's to Louisville! A long-anticipated updated version of Sam Thomas' Crescent Hill: Its History and Resurgence is now available. Sam and Deborah Thomas, as well as Winfrey Blackburn, will be at Carmichael's tomorrow, Saturday, December 3rd, for a signing
Stop by The Playhouse tomorrow afternoon, Friday, December 2nd, for a free presentation and book signing with Pearl Cleage
Author Kim Edwards presents her latest book, "The Lake of Dreams", at the Library's main branch, tomorrow, Tuesday November 29th, at 7pm.
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"
Wet your whistle and get ready for some shenanigans. LEO's "Bar Belle", Sara Havens, has a new book for your designated reading list. The two of us sit down over pizza and discuss writing, drinking and how the two create the perfect cocktail.
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".
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.
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.