Going to a Barenaked Ladies concert is a little like going to a really good high school reunion. You see old friends, reminisce, talk about what you’ve been doing lately, share some laughs, and forget your worries for a while. For those thirty- and forty-somethings in the crowd Saturday night at the Louisville Palace where BNL played in support of their latest record Grinning Streak, it was both a trip back to high school and college and well as a glimpse into a bright future.
In their one season, the Shooters made the playoffs only to forfeit the series, and they only made it three games into the next season before folding. That pretty much sums it up.
It's so bad it's been put in storage.
The Up With People sort of 1970s AM radio feel to the jingle just doesn’t go with the torment of the condition this business works to heal.
A summary of local news for May 27, 2010
The perfect combination of local authors and a local bookstore comes into symbiosis. Louisville.com writer, Kevin Sedelmeier and his son Lucas will be having a book signing this Saturday at Reader's Corner Bookstore.