Newspaper, television, radio, magazines – what do Louisville leaders from these fields have to say about the move towards digitalization of 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.Louisville From the Basement - Episode 1
For those who know better than to buy the “Twilight” fan fiction-turned-New York Times bestseller “Fifty Shades of Grey” and happen to be at Fourth Street Live later this evening after happy hour, there is a surprise waiting for you at the Hard Rock Café beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Earlier this month, Louisville Magazine launched their March 2013 “Top Lawyers” issue, featuring a series of stories about the city’s oft-ignored West End, composed by nine neighborhoods: Portland, Parkland, California, Park DuValle, Chickasaw, Park Hill, Algonquin, Russell and Shawnee.
If you can brave the cold temperatures and slick streets Friday evening, The Bomhard Theater inside The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts at 501 W. Main St. will make it worth your while. The Moth GrandSLAM Championship kicks off at 8 p.m., where 10 winners from previous StorySLAMs face off...
A freelance writer who contributed to Louisville.com from October 2012 through today copied previously published text from articles on WFPL.org in two of her recent pieces.That behavior violates our polices. The writer said it was not her intent to take someone else's work and apologized for her...
The 2012 edition of Park(ing) Day 502 featured several parking spaces in Downtown Louisville and NuLu, as well as three spaces in Clifton Center, the Highlands and the University of Louisville, each transformed into an ephemeral public park where visitors could take part in activities such as 15-...
The Moth is a New York based non-profit that is bringing back the art of storytelling. There’s an audience, a microphone and a handful of storytellers, which can be you if you are so inclined and have a good story to tell. In September of last year, Louisville joined as a part of the national...
NPR listeners across the country (including on WFPL, 89.3 FM) heard about ear X-tacy this morning—many for the first time.
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.
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