July 30, 2012 - 7:45am
Located on 50 acres of swampy land along the Kentucky River, this small Frankfort neighborhood had a reputation for vice, violence, moral corruption and unsanitary conditions, making it a target for urban renewal projects that replaced the neighborhood with the Capital Plaza in the mid-1960s. Using...
July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
Story Time Continuum: UofL’s Axton Literary Festival examines time travel April
The University of Louisville invites you to step inside a literary time machine this week as the Axton Literary Festival explores time travel in the written word. The three day festival, featuring a multitude of speakers, workshops and activities, launches this Wednesday, April 11th and hopes to return to the present on Friday, April 13th.
There is Science.  That great institution of grand theory and starched collars, stepping boldly with a keen mind and nerdy glasses into the new frontier of the “unknown”.  There is Fiction.  That great and playful deceiver, using lies and mimicry in the name of art...
April 9, 2012 - 11:15am
A Flow of Words: Oceanographer, Sylvia Earle, brings her latest book to Bellarmi
In preparation for Earth Day, oceanographer and author, Sylvia Earle, presents her book, ‘The World is Blue’ at Bellarmine University’s Frazier Hall tomorrow, April 10th, at 7:30pm.
With the end of our bunny-tastic frolics still only hours old, the odds are quite good that a multitude of Easter cheer (a.k.a “chocolate”) is just waiting to shed its pastel foils and give you a sugar buzz; and, oh yes, taxes are due soon, as well, are they not?  Did anyone make...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Bestselling author, Bobbie Ann Mason, to visit Floyd Central for National Librar
With next week, April 8th – 14th, marking National Library Week, nationally acclaimed writer, Bobbie Ann Mason, will visit the Media Center at Floyd Central High School this Monday, April 9th beginning at 11am.
Have you hugged your Library recently?  April is a good month for the written word (April is a good month for a great many things.  For example: I was born).  With sonnets practically sprouting like tulips as National Poetry Month kicks into high gear, what better...
April 4, 2012 - 6:09pm
Graphic designer/illustrator Amanda J. Bishop and digital agency Forest Giant teamed up to create an app for the iPad that your kids will sit still for.
It’s already been established that engaging the digital generation is hard work, especially when it comes to educating them. How do you teach kids who have been conditioned to respond to the latest advancements in technology? Well, thanks to two Louisville super forces, there’s an app...