The realities of war affect women close to the scene as well as abroad in Necessary Targets, which Shelby County Community Theatre will present starting Friday.
The heroic and corrupted aspects of a king are exposed in "Henry V," which Kentucky Shakespeare will present starting this weekend.
Power and war for King John, a Shakespearean work that Alley Theater will present this weekend.
Romeo and Juliet have nothing on these guys.
The best-selling author of ‘Matterhorn’, Karl Marlantes now brings his latest release exploring the world of combat to Carmichael’s Bookstore. Join him tomorrow night, Friday October 19th, for a presentation of ‘What It is Like to Go to War’ starting at 7pm.
You won't often find this liberal blogger praising Sen. Rand Paul, but today you will.
If and when you discuss America's latest imperialistic war with your friends, be sure to let them know that you first heard about it on louisville.com.
Actors Theatre and Theater of War present staged reading tonight.
Free display at Spalding on Thursday
Lunchtime lecture, book signing at UofL Library this Wednesday
According to IdeaFestival speaker Peter W. Singer, we are living through a robot revolution and within 25 years, there may be tens of thousands of robots that are 1 billion times more powerful than those already changing the face of war today, which brings up many powerful benefits, problems and ethical dilemmas.
Peter W. Singer will be offering a seminar on the future of war on Thursday at Idea Festival. He was named one of the top 100 Global Thinkers of 2009 and has an impressive collection of awards in addition to his three published books.