Stop by the NuLu district today, October 14th, and tomorrow, October 15th, for a celebration of writers, readers and print!
The Olmsted Parks Conservancy hosted an evening of good wine, treats and conversation with Justin Martin, author of Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted.
Dust off your poetry pants (everyone should have a pair) and don your cuff links! The InKY Reading Series presents authors Kevin Wilson and Catherine Bowman at The Bard's Town this Friday, October 14th
Celebrating under the banner of his latest book, Northwest Corner, author John Burnham Schwartz comes to Carmichael's Bookstore for an evening of reading and conversation on Thursday, October 13th
Mr. Martin and I talk design, life, tragedy and true genius in the legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted. Join Justin Martin, author of Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted, on Wednesday, October 12th for an evening of good food and book discussion at 610 Magnolia restaurant.
Pamela Cotton, author of Mindful Resilience: Navigating the Labyrinth of Change in Times of Challenge, will speak in conjunction with the Carnegie Center's Lunch & Learn program on Tuesday, October 11th
Put 'em up! Guest speaker, Art Bilodeau, will speak on the culture and color of 19th Century fist-fighting in conjunction with the Jane Austen Society on Sunday, October 9th
Join Carmichael's Bookstore on Saturday, October 8th, for an afternoon of poetry and conversation with some of the region's most renowned writers
Meet up at 21c Museum Hotel for a chance to hear the words of poets Rachel Richardson and David Roderick - sharing the stage tonight at 7:30pm with folk artist, Joan Shelley
Former Colombian Senator, Ingrid Betancourt, was held captive in the Amazon jungle for six years by FARC guerrillas. With her book, Even Silence has an End, Betancourt will share her trials at the Library's Main branch tonight at 7pm.
After authoring her memoir, Composed, Rosanne Cash will participate in the "Great Conversations" television series Monday, September 26 at the Kentucky Center for the Arts
Tim Wise, a prominent antiracist author and educator, speaks out tonight on racism, prejudice and race relations facing America today.