April 12, 2013 - 4:02pm
Springtime tea, lectures, and farm feedings await you while you smell the tree blossoms at Blackacre.
Has spring finally sprung in Louisville? The white blossoms on the dogwood trees near my house sure tell me that it is desperately trying.
January 22, 2013 - 10:56am
Imprisoned for two decades in Chinese prison camps for his political viewpoints, Harry Wu now has a story and a message to share in the fight for human rights. Join him in conjunction with UofL for a special lecture tomorrow, Wednesday, January 23rd at 7pm.
All life is suffering. This is one of those small sentences that become permanently stained on your sense of Self. It is something I took away from a class on East Asian Religion eons ago and has made me feel the right kind of gray and still and calm in the deep parts of the night when I...
January 17, 2013 - 11:50am
This Saturday, January 19, Earth Fare is hosting a wellness seminar from 12pm-4pm.
Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to be well? Be well as in take better care of yourself. Live well as in know what areas of your life you need improvement. Act well as in make better choices about your health, nutrition, diet, and exercise? The Wellness Starts Here event may give you a...
November 5, 2012 - 12:47pm
Are lecture classes boring? Yeah…actually, a lot of the time they are. But! Those dull dusty words of crusty professors past? Not here, folks. Join poet and lecturer, Mary Ruefle, as she orates this coming Thursday, November 8th, as part of UofL’s Axton Reading Series at 7:30pm.
I feel like we haven’t talked in a while.When is the last time? Was it just Friday? Really? Curious.It’s odd the way Time works in conjunction with our lives – speeding up, slowing down, stopping, working backwards – all of those things we sensed as little...
September 3, 2012 - 10:00am
Feeling the call of your inner soothsayer? Get a heads up on the near future with the new Louisville Library series ‘What’s Next’. Join University of Louisville professor Dr. Keith Mountain for a look at the landscape of climate change this Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at the Library’s Main branch.
Weather happens. Like, every day and stuff. For those of us who call Louisville home base – I’m assuming 99.9% of my most-likely-very-minute readership – the local climatic horizon is a cornucopia of absurd patterns and twisted seasons. Natives seem to enjoy...