The Harbor Lawn has been packed every last Wednesday in the summer for years now, and with little surprise.
The whole anti-creationist argument might be best summed up by A.A. Gill, a London Sunday Times critic who said of the Creation Museum, “This place doesn’t just take on evolution; it squares off with geology, anthropology, paleontology, history, chemistry, astronomy, zoology, biology and good taste.
Dogged Dream Creations offers an opportunity for artists, poets, musicians and models to be involved with an upcoming show titled Poetry, Pop and Paint. That explores poetry and pop culture in several media.
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats football teams have begun spring practice and both coaches are optomistic.
Zappos is known for revolutionizing the online shopping world and with their Louisville based video team they have once again been many steps ahead of the curve by using funny but helpful videos to showcase their clothing products.
Remembering the day an Indiana protest devolved into an ugly circus
Talk of professional basketball is no new discussion in the city. As evidenced by the Kentucky Colonels; but what does that mean?
Columnist takes a trip to the mountaintop and wonders where it went, and where it all should go.
Stage One, a Louisville children’s theater, presents Tuck Everlasting at the Kentucky Center on Friday, February 18.
The only kind of Valentine’s Day circus that is tolerable is the “Love is a Circus” show at Magnolia Bar on Thursday, February 10.
Forecastle founder JK McKnight is set to announce Thursday morning that Forecastle will not come to the riverfront again until 2012, and when it returns, things will be different.
Thunder Over Louisville will be on April 16.