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The Bard’s Town lounge slowly filled as people trickled to dark tables with their drinks, while the small wooden stage was illuminated by twinkling red Christmas lights loosely wrapped around the industrial heating pipes. One by one, people approached the microphone – some nervous, some eager, some holding paper, some note-free. They recited haikus, sonnets, open letters, verses on love, and a particular poem which consistently referenced the Woody Allen movie, “Sleeper.”
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Eastern Cemetery on Bardstown Road has sat abandoned for almost twenty years, and now a group of volunteers is working to restore it.
The Louisville Library has joined Team Treehouse to bring you interactive online courses on how to build a website, start a business, learn to code, and even build iOS and Android applications.
The Devil's Attic haunted attraction remains one of Louisville's favorites and continues to grow.
An interview with director Miriam Klein of Heartland Music Together, a local business making musical moments with families around Louisville.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
Tatu Celebrates Friday the 13th with a Piercing and Tattoo Special!
Local filmmaker and photographer Antonio Pantoja has won 16 awards in the last year and doesn't plan to stop his rise any time soon. He hopes to begin his first feature film soon and has acquired rights to a Stephen King story.
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.