April 12, 2013 - 10:41am
The Bard’s Town is full of bards again tonight, folks! Kick off National Poetry Night with poets Mitchell L.H. Douglas and Marcus Wicker for the April installment of the InKY Reading Series tonight, Friday, April, 12th, at 7pm.
I bit my lip on March 15th. That’s the ides of March. That’s when Julius Caesar was stabbed and stained the floor with blood and stained history with blood and co
April 8, 2013 - 10:18am
As part of the Naamani Memorial Lecture Series, University of Louisville history scholar, Lee Shai Weissbach will present on Jewish cultures in small-town America tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9th, at 7:30pm
My great-grandma had the most beautiful first name: Leona. Gosh. That is a word that rolls up the tongue and then unfurls it like a red carpet. And with a flick at the very end wi
March 29, 2013 - 11:44am
Local author L Andrew Cooper is holding a contest on his Facebook page. Winner to be announced Sunday at Nashville's Full Moon Horror Festival
From now through Sunday, Louisville author and Horror Association of America member L. Andrew Cooper is holding a drawing on his Facebook page and giving free books to the winner. Cooper’s novel Burning the Middle Ground and many other books and movies feature events on...
March 27, 2013 - 10:01am
Food. People blogging about food. These are both things. With the release of the new book, ‘The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook’, the founder of the popular food blog of the same name, Deb Perelman, will present tonight at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch at 7pm.
Louis Armstrong was playing in the kitchen last night, sauntering out of some digital contraption I’m embarrassed to own. When I cook, I like to do so alone. For one. For just me. And I prop my little touch screen whatchamacallit on my chopping block and let some...
March 25, 2013 - 10:17am
With his book, ‘Cragbridge Hall: The Inventor’s Secret’, children’s novelist Chad Morris comes to The Summit area Barnes & Noble for a special signing tomorrow, March 26th at 7pm.
I have a rather wonderful picture of Albert Einstein in fuzzy slippers. It’s black and white in the way that old photographs are black and white: gray. And he sits on a porch with his legs casually crossed, with his fingers knitted, with a sweater and corduroys and that excellent...