July 3, 2013 - 8:49am
Buy Local: LIBA Declares July Independents Month
Are you doing your part to Keep Louisville Weird - and keep its economy strong? Independents Month is your chance to pitch in.
Buying local, for some, okay, for me, may be one of those good intentions that can fall by the wayside for the sake of convenience. We’ve all been there. But come on, we can all do better.
May 17, 2013 - 9:30am
Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and other prizes
Local publishing company Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and a ton of books, and there are lots of ways to enter the drawing for no cost.
Local publishing company Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and a ton of books, and there are lots of ways to enter the drawing for no cost.
October 12, 2012 - 9:50am
Wild & Woolly in the Woods presents the second annual Zombie Hike and a screenin
Featuring costume contests, prizes, trivia, food, and drink!
As a cinephile committed to patronizing local businesses over chain stores whenever possible, it should come as no surprise that my favorite such store is the great Wild and Woolly Video. There is, quite simply, nothing like it for lovers of film. You can find anything there – and if you can...
September 30, 2012 - 4:22pm
"Fall Into Fabulous" with the Younger Woman's Club in 2012 [Fashion]
Drama, charity, style... shopping, whatever you were looking for during this year's iteration of the Younger Woman's Club's "Fall Into Fabulous" fashion show, you most likely were going to find it. Whether you were there or wanted to be, this fabulous recollection is for you.
Last night, The Younger Woman's Club held their sixth annual "Fall Into Fabulous" fashion show at The Ice House on 217 East Main Street, proceeds of the event benefiting the YWC's Charity Campaign. The theme for 2012 was "Shop Local," from hors d'oeuvres by Crushed...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Ear X-tacy documentary 'Brick & Mortar & Love' to screen at the Dreamland Film C
Gone, but not forgotten: view Scott Shuffitt's documentary about the famed record store this Sunday at the Dreamland Film Center
It has been almost nine months since Louisville’s beloved record store ear X-tacy closed their doors forever. The business failed amidst a storm of controversy as owner John Timmons exhorted music-lovers to not to let our local treasure die. Regardless of where one stood in opinion of Timmons...
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