The Blue Man Group paints the town red, as well as yellow, green, and blue [Theater]
Delivering an explosive performance to the Kentucky Center this weekend, the Blue Man Group will bring a smile, and maybe some paint, to your face.
Stage One announces audition call for upcoming plays [Theater]
Actors, aspiring or experienced, are encouraged to make an appointment, display their skill, and possibly get a chance to tread the boards this summer.
Jeanette Lee racks up a great night with the Derby Celebrity Pool Tournament [Food & Dining]
The Battle of the Bluegrass successfully brought together big names and big donations at the Ice House's makeshift billiards bar.
Derby Eve Booty Shakin’ Boogie Time pretty much says it all [Music]
Some fine blues musicians are getting together at the Vernon club this Friday to help you dance your way into Derby day.
Derby week’s Battle of the Bluegrass will be held on green felt [Charity]
Local and National celebrities face off in a charity pool tournament hosted by Jeanette Lee.
Fourth Annual Flyover Film Festival wrap up [Movies]
Through an impressive array of movies, the Louisville Film Society gave Louisville film lovers a great weekend. I find it all the more satisfying in that I have not yet been lynched for my reviews.
Kid-Thing powerfully ends the Flyover Film Festival with a gloriously sad tale [Movies]
Nothing like ending a rousing great festival than with an fantastically sorrowful exploration of the deep dark that lies within a troubled child. Everyone loves that, right?
The final Short films of the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
The last collection of shorts for the Flyover Film Festival delivers an assortment of emotion, from unbelievably cute to truly despicable.
Tchoupitoulas adds some spice to the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
This vibrant, but sometimes slow, vision of New Orleans through the eyes of three young boys radiates with affection and music.
The Comedy reigns as king of the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
While not truly a standard comedy, The Comedy can be seen as an exploration on the trappings of modern attitudes, if you're into that sort of thing. WHICH I TOTALLY AM.
Detroit deserves better than Detropia at the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
A well meaning documentary about the downfall of Detroit doesn't ask many questions, doesn't give any answers, and certainly doesn't have any hope for the future.
Seluah breathes engaging, ominous new life into The Unknown at the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
The 1927 silent film by Louisville native Tod Browning, The Unknown, was given an incredible new soundtrack by local band Seluah.
Made in Milwaukee brings a collection of U of W shorts down for the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
Students and faculty brought down a series of experimental shorts to the Festival, exploring the artistic possibility of film as we understand it.
Wuthering Heights tells Emily Brote's story well at the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
The newest adaptation on the classic, tells a more brutal, quieter story than ever before. (I'm only guessing, I've never read the book.)
Pilgrim Song strikes a flat note at the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
Despite my love of Kentucky and appreciation for everything filmmaker Martha Stephens wished to show, I could not connect with this meandering, listless film.
Sun Don't Shine casts a bright, harrowing light on the Flyover Film Festival [Movies]
Telling the story of a young couple escaping through Florida from a following crime, Sun Don't Shine grips tightly to your attention, not letting it leave the screen.
The Flyover Film Festival opened with youth and energy [Movies]
Last night the Speed Museum hosted the reception and screening for the opening of the fourth annual Flyover Film Festival. Read the reviews that will cast me out of Louisville!
Get on board. A Streetcar Named Desire opens tonight. [Theater]
The Louisville Repertory Company will unleash Tennessee William's classic on the Kentucky Center
Reservations for Entrée to Murder [Theater]
Whodunnit ends their season on a somewhat sour note with this lacking murder mystery.
The Full Monty gave, and showed, everything its got [Theater]
Though the uneven writing gives little to work with, the good team at Center Stage pulled through, making an enjoyable evening out of men taking their pants off.
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