May 15, 2013 - 11:06am
Sunday May 19 from 4-7 pm: bring the kids to Kingfish on River Road to dine and play. Enjoy $1 activities, crafts with Girl Scouts, live music from Kudmani. Dine-to-donate benefits Louisville Children's Museum and Susan G. Komen Louisville.
Mother's Day has come and gone, but Kingfish at Zorn Avenue and River Road wants to celebrate moms--and families--again this Sunday.
May 10, 2013 - 1:03pm
With the release of her new cookbook, ‘Passions of the Black Patch: Cooking and Quilting in Western Kentucky’, Bobbie Smith Bryant will impart dose of good dishes with a dash of good memories. Join her tomorrow, Saturday, May 11th, at Carmichael’s at 7pm.
It was not long ago that I didn’t know where I came from.
December 28, 2012 - 11:47am
Here it is: my final Something To Say for 2012. And we’re going to launch it from the proverbial nest of Library events. Stop by the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch this coming Monday, December 31st at 2pm for a special New Year’s Eve party.
My hands are shaking a little bit. There might be a smidgen of the hot jelly making the prickly-pear points in my eyeballs. What feels rather like a mildly giant piece of wood is currently growing in the back of my throat. I can feel it shifting whenever I swallow.This doesn...
December 26, 2012 - 3:38pm
You’re probably still digesting the spoils of yesterdays various gluttonies – but it’s not a bad idea to pause and make time to make good with the gratefuls. Troop the kids to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tomorrow, Thursday, December 27th for Many Thanks! craft time at 2pm.
I have a vendetta against Thank You cards – this is, perhaps, not the correct way to begin this kind of article is it, kittens? The Wrong Impression could be a legitimate concern here, judging solely by the above expressed feeling. A narrative hook eschewing gratitude for an event...
November 19, 2012 - 3:01pm
Make some memories with your family this Thanksgiving. Check out some books from the local library and read together, play family games, or get outside and jump in some leaves!
I have a very vivid memory of Thanksgiving. Growing up in a town away from other relatives, we didn't really have much family who came to visit us on the holidays. We didn't travel either. My mother would start early, as she did every morning, getting the turkey ready to cook for the day. I...