January 12, 2012 - 12:14pm
Oo La La! UofL professor, Glynis Ridley, puts some pleasure in your pages with the upcoming talk “Sex in English Literature”. Join her in conjunction with the Jane Austen Society at Locust Grove this Sunday, January 15th, at 2pm.
The boudoir.  The smoky, sultry nest your bedroom becomes during those truly intimate moments.  And quick!  What’s that on the nightstand?  Sleek and slender to behold…Yes, that’s right friends, it is a book.  Reading is sexy!  Words that linger on...
July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
Poets Brett Eugene Ralph and Norman “Buzz” Minnick launch the 2012 season of the InKY Reading Series this Friday, January 13th, at The Bard’s Town
The hangover has been nursed; the Christmas Tree, once again, finds itself dormant in the basement; the last crumbs of your Auntie’s famous fudge have hardened into little, chocolate crystals at the bottom of the decorative tin.  Take a big deep breath and slowly let it out. ...
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
With roots in the Bluegrass, actress and young-adult novelist, Alecia Whitaker, brings her new book, "The Queen of Kentucky", to Carmichael’s this Friday, January 13th, at 7pm
I believe there few people on this Earth who look back with a sincere fondness for their adolescence.  For any creature, that uncomfortable halocline between childhood and maturity is filled with its own special potion of traps and confusion that lead many of the smartest animals into a...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
As Baby Boomers begin that graceful swan dive into the golden years, the Library presents a discussion about physical wellbeing with Dr. Bryant Stamford on Wednesday, January 11th, as part of the special health and wellness series, Boom Time
My father is – I am proud to say – a fine example of the generation that boomed forth post WWII.  A recent newlywed and a profound lover of the Rolling Stones (as well as skull-patterned Chuck Taylors and Turquoise jewelry), he is a highly distinguished lad of 63.  I wish I...
January 6, 2012 - 1:10pm
The author of two additional acclaimed collections of poetry creates simplistic perfection in his latest volume from Louisville’s Sarabande Books.
Poetry is often relegated to the dustiest shelves and the farthest reaches of our thoughts; a genre most readers slogged through begrudgingly in high school and promptly dismissed on the other side of the diploma.  Poetry is “stuffy” and “irrelevant”, perhaps even, dare...
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