July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
The literary trio will be on hand at A Reader’s Corner Bookstore this upcoming Friday, June 15th at 4pm to participate in a book discussion and signing of their co-authored release, ‘A Community of Light’.
Write what you know is one of those simple adages that finds itself touted less and less towards young and bright-eyed wordsmiths; it is an adage that perhaps seems dusty and “safe” to those zealous, energetic vanguards of the craft. Modern writing should be unexpected, artistic,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
Join Dr. A. Glenn Crothers in a discussion of the book ‘This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War’ by Drew Gilpin Faust this Wednesday, June 6th, at 3:30pm.
He holds a scythe, quiet whistling weapon, a graceful curve beside his netherworld cloak. He masquerades as a “thief in the night”, prowling the unlocked windows of both the innocent and knowing. He is an angel of the Near East. He is the swallower of heroes. The...
July 29, 2012 - 8:08pm
Learn the impressive story of Frenchwoman Jeanne Baret , the disguised 18th explorer and first woman to circumnavigate our planet. University of Louisville professor, Glynis Ridley, will present her tale as part of Locust Grove’s Afternoon Lecture Series this Wednesday, June 6th, at 1pm.
The 21st century is alive with scurrying, jet-setters of all breeds. If copies of SkyMall are to be trusted as an accurate litmus test, wayfaring travelers of the modern age are a diverse bunch of intrepids, ranging in myriad tastes, backgrounds and motivations. The modern journeyman...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Kicking off the Grassroots Gala, Rooibee Red Tea and the Center For Neighborhoods are proud to host an event with the authors of ‘Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History’. Join Merv Aubespin, Kenneth Clay and J. Blaine Hudson at the Henry Clay building this Friday, June 1st, at 5pm.
These streets have a story. To all those habitual pavement pounders (such as myself), a sense of ownership over paths well-traipsed is inevitable. While I may have been bred, born and reared in the slightly bland soup of Louisville’s East End, my heart beats for Old Louisville...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Visit Carmichael’s Bookstore this Thursday evening, May 31st, at 7pm for a special event featuring a new book by Sister Monica Weis, ‘The Environmental Vision of Thomas Merton’.
Human Beings differ in their beliefs of the Earth’s origin. Was it formed from a great combustion of concentrated energy? Did it grow from the back of an immense turtle? Did an ancient, Middle-Eastern deity sculpt it in 7 days? Is it billions of years old? Thousands?