These $18 workshops offer a fun and engaging way to spend a Saturday with your kids. Watch their confidence grow as they build working electronics themselves.
Stimulate your children's mind, introduce them to technology and build their confidence with these six DIY Maker workshops that incorporate creativity and technology.
Tinkering, toying and maybe some puffs of smoke – author Jon Gertner brings his new book, ‘The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation’, to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tonight, March 6th, at 7pm.
Night sweats keeping you up? Say hello to Wicked Sheets, an online luxury-bedding store that sells bed sheets whose promise is to keep you cool and dry as you sleep.
Smart phone users can now check out local happy hours and deals with the Louisville Lush app.
Louisville food blogger, Michelle Jones, will launch a new iPhone app in August for Louisville diners.
WhyWait is a new restaurant app for Louisville diners! Find information on restaurants, happy hours and deals!
Quick! Have you used a computer in the last 5 seconds? (If you answered “no” then we seriously need to talk about your grip on reality…). Come and learn the true tall tale about the creation of the device that changed our world; author and science historian, George Dyson, will present his book ‘Turing’s Cathedral’ at 7pm tonight, Monday, March 12th, at the Library.
Professional blogger and social media expert Erik Deckers spoke at The Olmsted, addressing the misconceptions or "Bullshit," that business owners tend to fear when contemplating whether or not social media is worth their time.
Many have seen Louisville, but few have experienced this great city through the exciting lens that Jessica Eturralde has put on Louisville. Take a peek to see what all the fuss is about.
Are you a social media groupie or just enjoy delicious free appetizers and a few drinks with a great group of people? Join Louisville's social media rock star, Jason Falls, at Avalon for his No B.S. Social Media book party.
Free lecture Friday night; more in-depth workshops on Saturday