How does the digitalization of news affect traditional media?
Kane Webb, Josh Moss, and Chainsaw talk with WFPL political editor and west Louisville resident Phillip Bailey about the magazine's cover story.
If you don't have any plans after happy hour this evening, are near the Hard Rock Café at Fourth Street Live, and love/hate the "Twilight" fan fic/New York Times bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey," LEO Weekly's Sara Havens and other local media personalities will do a reading from the trilogy this evening in a preview of "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody."
A special "relaunch" of Louisville Magazine's March 2013 issue about the oft-ignored West End will occur next Thursday at the Old Walnut Street development. What follows is a brief summary behind the publication's in-depth look at the nine neighbhoods behind the Ninth Street Demarcation Boundary, and what to expect at the relaunch event.
For those willing to brave the cold Friday evening, The Moth GrandSLAM inside The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts will reward with 10 stories sure to entertain. For one of the storytellers, however, they will be rewarded with more than just the opportunity to tell their tale.
A freelance writer who wrote for Louisville.com from October 2012 through today copied large amounts of previously published text from articles on WFPL.org in two of her recent articles.
For one day in late September, metered parking spaces in Downtown Louisville would be transformed into miniaturized parks, each one illustrating aspects of the city's personality. If you missed any of Park(ing) Day 502 2012, then this recap is for you.
The Moth StorySLAM featured a local storyteller on their podcast. The next one could be you.
The economy? Digital sales? Louisville itself? Or a combination?
Headliners residency kicks off; continues each month
More on September 27 Headliners show and future residency
Flyover country, The Moth has landed.
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