May 28, 2013 - 4:15pm
by Lou
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with WFPL political editor and west Louisville resident Phillip Bailey about the magazine's cover story.
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with WFPL political editor and west Louisville resident Phillip Bailey about the magazine's cover story.
November 3, 2012 - 10:05am
Movie Meltdown presents the Yeti Spaghetti Show tomorrow at Nancy's Bagel Ground
Come for the spaghetti, stay for the Yeti!
I saw Paranormal Activity 4 last night. I love the series. The first three are genuinely creepy; they took the [by that time] established “found footage” genre and did something new with it. It was scary and it was effective. Number four? Not so much. What a disappointment. It was...
July 29, 2012 - 7:56pm
Local spoken word artist Maplex Monk features others on his podcast [Music]
Local artist known as Maplex Monk also features and interviews other creative people on his podcast "Sessions with Maplex". A quick interview uncovers how to get on his podcast and some insight to his creativity.
Maple is a talented Louisville wordsmith that goes by the name of Maplex Monk when on stage or camera, and he's contributing more than his own art to the local creativity scene. He also runs a podcast called Sessions with Maplex, where he interviews musicians, entertainers, and other artists in...
February 14, 2012 - 8:03pm
Locally based Movie Meltdown podcast nominated for a Rondo Award [Movies]
Support local media, listen to the Movie Meltdown podcast, and help them win this fantastic award!
Regular patrons of my writings are probably already familiar with the Movie Meltdown podcast, at least by name, after reading my interview a few months ago with Bryan Renfro, creator and mastermind of the show. In each and every episode of Movie Meltdown, Bryan and some friends drink way too much...
January 12, 2012 - 1:38pm
Local filmmaker Herschel Zahnd presents his how-to guide for aspiring and first-time filmmakers via podcast.
For many, a career in film is the ultimate dream, on both sides of the camera: many people flock to Hollywood, confident that their surely-inherent talent will be “discovered,” while others drop tens of thousands of dollars on film schools to learn technical aspects of the art, or how...
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