So, downtown was on fire this morning. That’s good.Disembarking from my TARC bus – my glorious morning steed – brought a haze of heather gray at the corner of 5th and Market, spilling out from the building where Vincenzo’s happens to live. This was new. I was mildly alarmed.
Calling all Harry Potters, Cinderellas, Knights of the Round Table, and Dorothys: Tomorrow night, Friday, October 19, the Main Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library will host a family-friendly Halloween party celebrating the enchanted world of storybooks.
If you missed The Moth StorySLAM—or need a fix before the next one—you’ll have your chance this coming Wednesday, November 9 when Bellarmine University hosts Carlos Robson.
The highly anticipated Louisville debut of The Moth StorySLAM met expectations last night at Headliners as a sold-out crowd enjoyed two and a half hours of unscripted storytelling and improvisation from an otherwise untested group of (mostly) amateur speakers.
For the original teaser article from Friday, click here.
To see Tuesday's follow-up article on how Louisville managed to attract The Moth, click here.Flyover country, The Moth has landed.
Summer nights. I can't think of a better pair of words, well maybe cheese and wine or baby and sitter, but nonetheless, summer nights are magical and romantic. Even when you have a family. Louisville has a few upcoming events that celebrate sultry summer night skies and late night mysticism. Check...