A Louisville native, writer Sarah Garland brings her new book, ‘Divided We Fail’, to Carmichael’s Bookstore for a special reading and signing that faces the end of desegregation. Join her Friday, February 15th, at 7pm.
Representatives of Swedish fast fashion retailer H&M confirmed they will open a store in Louisville at Oxmoor Center in the autumn of 2013. If you've never heard of this chain, however, this is your introductory guide to H&M.
An Old Louisville homeowner and resident of the oh-so-lovely Belgravia Court, Shawn Fields Williams takes readers on a walking tour of Old Louisville’s finest walking court with her book ‘Belgravia Court’. And, why yes, there IS a picture of my balcony inside – thanks for noticing.
Bellarmine University celebrates and showcases the life and creativity of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo beginning Friday.
Manual came into Male on Friday, upsetting them much to the suprise of many in attendance, plus how does this effect Louisville high school football rankings?
Associate history professor, Lien-Hang Nguyen brings her new book ‘Hanoi’s War: An International History of the War for Peace in Vietnam’ to the University of Louisville this coming Thursday, September 27th at 6:30pm.
Sporting a new book, Stuart Sanders will spotlight the battle of Perryville, Kentucky at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow, Tuesday, September 11th. Catch a presentation of ‘Perryville Under Fire: The Aftermath of Kentucky’s Largest Civil War Battle’ at noon.
Louisville: Did you know? is a weekly cartoon that illustrates facts about history in Louisville and Kentucky. This week we focus on the cheeseburger.
Louisville: Did you know? Is a weekly cartoon illustrating facts about Louisville & Kentucky.
Got a handy walking stick? Join Elizabeth Tidwell as she introduces her new book, ‘War Club: A Journey of Understanding Along the Lewis & Clark Trail’, to the Jeffersonville Township Public Library this Thursday, August 2nd, at 2pm.
In conjunction with the new African-American baseball exhibition, UofL professor Bruce Tyler explores the societal effects of segregation with the presentation ‘Separate, Not Equal: The Ideology of Racial Segregation in America’. Catch him tonight at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch at 7pm.
Join professor and author Elizabeth Leonard as she restores this tireless Bluegrass Unionist to his rightful place in history. Stop by The Filson Historical Society at noon this Thursday, June 14th.