March 15, 2011 - 11:00am
Free trees on Arbor Day and Earth Day activities for families in April. Help Louisville Go Green with the family.
We tend to take her awe and grandeur for granted most days of the week by coughing exhaust into her atmosphere, sucking the water from her depleting veins, and filling her with waste. But Earth Day is around the corner and she has demanded out attention this year through drought, earthquakes...
February 22, 2011 - 6:26pm
The Louisville Science Center, The Louisville Zoo, and the JCC make Spring Break arrangements for those of us that haven't.
My daffodils have poked through the dry, lifeless ground signaling the reality that spring is truly around the next bend. And as a teacher, the metamorphosis to spring signals one thing--Spring Break--one glorious week of relaxation after weeks of grueling instruction to rest up and prepare...
February 21, 2011 - 9:00am
Spend the night at the zoo, marvel at the winter's night sky at Bernheim, and meet Lincoln on the Waterfront.
Spring may not have officially sprung in Louisville, but while the beautiful weather lasts, we better take advantage of it. Who knows, we could be stuck in doors all the way to Derby. And if your house is anything like mine, our ears and furniture won’t be able to take it. If you are looking...
February 9, 2011 - 6:16pm
The perfect "I love you" for the animal lover.
Does the thought of a heart-shaped box of chocolate make your stomach turn? Let’s face it, unless you’re fourteen, Valentine’s Day is just another day. The cards are corny and roses are overpriced and cliche. I’m in one-hundred percent agreement that I don’t need one day a year to express my...
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Noted wildlife biologist to discuss climate change, Arctic animals’ survival
Anyone who has seen the 2006 Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth can recall the image of polar bears’ ice floes melting beneath their feet. How has the polar bear population fared since?