Does moving in a little too close to a 19th century cemetery open your eyes? Or just give you a bad case of the creeps?
Actors Theatre presents At the Vanishing Point featuring history of Louisville's Butchertown
Get your literary on, at a free library event this weekend!
This inspiring multi-media “E-book/app” is about a Kentucky orphan turned Catholic Sister who valiantly served her fellow man while caring for civil war soldiers. The haunting music, videos, pictures and plethora of trivia / facts embedded into the text for your interactive pleasure make this app a great way to be whisked away for an afternoon or a great addition to any educational curriculum. It’s a great (and at times chilling) read for lovers of history, valor, drama, women’s studies, and true-life stories; this creation is a valuable contribution to efforts in commemorating the many forgotten acts of bravery and selflessness shown time and time again by Sisters during times of peril. Despite how much they have contributed to the world, there are not enough stories in women’s history to reflect their true effect on those around them and those that come after them. Davis Studios has done a wonderful job in pulling together an impressive amount of information and presenting it in an engaging and entertaining documentary format . I look forward to more from them.
Metamora, Indiana is hidden just 2.5 hours from Louisville and a great affordable way to get away from it all.
If you love bourbon, you really need to meet Mike Veach.
The Belle of Louisville first starting rolling downriver out of Pittsburgh, PA in 1914. She has lived three “lives”, as the Idlewild, the Avalon, and as we currently know her, the Belle of Louisville.
Spend some time learning about things that you should have learned in school.
The city of Louisville is seeking a developer for a historic South End landmark.
‘Tis the season for skies that break open. Join author Lee Sandlin for a special reading and signing of his new book, ‘Storm Kings: The Untold Story of America’s First Tornado Chasers’ tonight at Carmichael’s Bookstore starting at 7pm.
As part of the Naamani Memorial Lecture Series, University of Louisville history scholar, Lee Shai Weissbach will present on Jewish cultures in small-town America tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9th, at 7:30pm
Forget cowboys – find out how the west was won for real. Join historian Earl J. Hess tonight, Thursday, February 21st, at 6pm as he discusses the logistics of the Civil War’s Western theater at The Filson Historical Society.
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