June 5, 2013 - 3:21pm
Reading is fundamental. Fill your shelves this weekend.
Squeeze, stack or otherwise make room on your bookshelves: The Friends of the Louisville Free Library's Spring Book Sale starts
December 28, 2012 - 10:49am
The library is a wonderful, kid-friendly place to ring in the new year.
This New Year’s Eve, head to the Main Library with your kids for a new year’s party. Celebrate the end of 2012 library-style. The fun begins at 2pm, is for all ages, and includes a craft.The Iroquois Library is also hosting a Toddler New Year’s Eve Dance Party, which starts at 10:...
August 10, 2012 - 10:03am
Louisville’s favorite book sellers will shatter those book club blues (because who doesn’t have ‘em?). Join Carmichael’s and their very merry staff this Monday, August 13th at 7pm for ideas, discussion and, oh yeah, wine.
You will not be required to wear khaki. There will be no Bundt cakes. And I can almost guarantee a complete lack of John Grisham. We all know that book club is something your mom did on Tuesday nights back in the ol’ burbs. Let’s ponder this wholesome stereotype...
July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
When's the last time you hugged your favorite bookstore? Louisville's oldest and hippest independent booksellers commemorate over 30 years of literature with age-appropriate discounts and stylin' new t-shirts
I am proud to Keep Louisville Weird. There can be no greater compliment for a city than streets alive with quirky patrons and storefronts papered with local love. A city is its people, and Louisville is lucky to breed citizens with such an ardent taste for hometown loyalty. With...
September 5, 2011 - 9:05am
Southern Indiana author Frank Bill bleeds the local sins of the community in his book Crimes in Southern Indiana: Stories. Catch him in the act at Carmichael's Bookstore on Wednesday, September 7.
There has been a long held tradition of romanticizing the humid nights and fast horseflesh of this region’s fame. Front porch swings, voices like butter and maybe a little dash or two of bourbon in the sweet tea, have all leant themselves to the glossy pages of magazines and the pens of...