July 30, 2012 - 10:30am
The Red Penguins strike again! The Sarabande Books hosts another round of poets at tonight’s 21c Reading Series. The words will flow this evening starting at 7:30pm.
We are so close. Hour by hour and day by unbearable day, the march towards Fall and respite from this swampish, sun-laden drudgery of Summer has a tangible end. The heavy, timberwolf skies of Autumn cast a cool, gray light at the end of this long, blazing tunnel, and my languishing...
July 26, 2012 - 11:42am
In conjunction with the new African-American baseball exhibition, UofL professor Bruce Tyler explores the societal effects of segregation with the presentation ‘Separate, Not Equal: The Ideology of Racial Segregation in America’. Catch him tonight at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch at 7pm.
At some point in most American life experiences, the term “good sport” has been casually tossed about in some show of complimentary fashion. America is a decidedly firm country of sports enthusiasts (this is perhaps a generously-worded understatement), and phraseology related to...
July 6, 2011 - 3:41pm
Wines for the summertime backyard featured tomorrow at The Wine Market's First Thursday wine tasting. Meet some new "Porchpounders" to start your July off right.
Wine is divine, there's no doubt about it. Crisp and refreshing or warm and spicy, no libation has the same versatility. Even in summer, wine can be a delight, but is oftentimes forgotten in lieu of icy cocktails or backyard beers guzzled during this season.
April 28, 2011 - 3:54pm
Stock up the garden Saturday
It's time to stock up the garden since this apocalyptic storm system is just about finished with Louisvillians. On Saturday there will be two great events to collect flats and flats of plants!
First, Yew Dell Botanical Gardens in Crestwood is putting on their 9th annual Plant Sale and Garden Market...
March 31, 2011 - 6:50pm
Start a social network in your backyard.
Butterflies are extraordinary creatures for the colorful impact their delicate frames can make on any landscape. Expansion of city has cut into the native environments that butterflies prefer, and the workshop gives the participant an opportunity to counteract the effect of development....