March 7, 2013 - 1:10pm
Novelist James Market brings a tale of Waverly Hills to Barnes & Noble
No Louisvillian should ever grow tired of a good story from Waverly Hills Sanitarium. Join author James Market at The Summit area Barnes & Noble for a special signing of his new book, ‘A White Wind Blew’, tonight, March 7th, at 6:30pm.
There are a lot of things in this world that drip.  Trickle.  Drift.  Pour.  This is a wet planet – “the blue planet” they call it – and everything flows.  It is how the earth breathes.  The earth is a sea mammal.  But outside of the...
March 6, 2013 - 3:22pm
Author Jon Gertner discusses the story of technology and innovation at the Libra
Tinkering, toying and maybe some puffs of smoke – author Jon Gertner brings his new book, ‘The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation’, to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tonight, March 6th, at 7pm.
One side.  That is the absolute best that I can do.  Give me a dark corner, some time alone, an idle mind and yes – I will reach for that Rubik’s cube.  I will squeeze – delightfully so – all the little squares together, spongy and springy the way that they...
March 1, 2013 - 4:28pm
Louisville Writer L. Anderson Cooper brings dark fantasy to Carmichael’s
With his new book, ‘Burning the Middle Ground’, local writer and UofL professor L. Anderson Cooper will come to Carmichael’s Bookstore for a special reading and signing tonight, Friday, March 1st, at 7pm.
There are two dark spots on my chest.  Right below my clavicles.  Little dots the color of wine.  “Wine” is a graceful way to describe this.  “Plum” sounds succulent.  “Eggplant” is a little quirky.  But these are holes in my chest,...
March 1, 2013 - 1:06pm
Fill up your shelves at the Locust Grove Spring Book Sale
Gorge yourself on literature this weekend as Locust Grove dishes out used books for sweet prices at their Spring Book Sale. Friday through Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm. I’ll be there with bells on. Literally, bells, if I can manage it. Because bells are just great.
If Anais Nin had been my mother we would have compared eye liner.  Or so I like to imagine. Kohl around the lash line, water line – smudged at the edges, dirty, sultry – is something I know the two of us could have shared.  A bond.  My bird-like little literary lady-...
February 27, 2013 - 1:32pm
Author Ernest Freeberg illuminates The Filson with the story of the lightbulb
I’m really glad I’m writing about lightbulbs today. I’m also really glad human beings are going to talk about lighbulbs tonight. Author and historian Ernest Freeberg will present the glowing story of the modern age tonight at The Filson Historical Society with his new book, ‘The Age of Edison: Electric Light and the Invention of Modern America’. Rediscover the lightbulb starting at 6pm.
Nights in the city are orange.  Have you seen?  Watch what happens:You throw back your head and look to the heavens and the universe is not actually there.  Gone are the Pleiades.  The Big Dipper.  No flicker of Rigel, Bellatrix or Betelgeuse.  You’ll never see a...
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