February 7, 2013 - 1:15pm
UofL’s Axton Reading Series kicks off tonight with author Hannah Tinti
Days are longer, horizons further and the University of Louisville English department starts it spring Axton Reading Series tonight, Thursday, February 7th, with author Hannah Tinti at 7:30pm.
If you happen to be awake when the dawn breaks, the sky looks like it is breathing.  You are motionless, perhaps, in bed.  On your back is best.  And your stillness is vertigo and hallucination to your eyes because the sky is alive and moving in its dome without restraint, turning in...
February 6, 2013 - 3:23pm
On Saturday, April 13th at 4 PM, Carmichael's welcomes Lexington author Cynthia Ellingsen for a signing of her new novel "Marriage Matters." Ellingsen's books have been called "inexplicably hysterical" and "laugh-out-loudable." If you're looking for a...
February 4, 2013 - 2:29pm
Economist Phil Auerswald brings ‘The Coming Prosperity’ to the World Affairs Cou
The world is a pretty big place (so I’ve been told); maybe we should think more about it? Let’s do that one. Join economist Phil Auerswald tomorrow, Tuesday, February 5th, as he presents his book ‘The Coming Prosperity’ at the World Affairs Council Speaker Series. It’ll be global.
I found my passport last night.  I wasn’t looking for it.  Rifling through drawers and things, I was waiting with hungry bird-beak scissors, trying to find an old copy of Hi-Fructose magazine to butcher and put on my walls.  We recently talked about my walls.  But there...
February 4, 2013 - 11:52am
Library to host design unveiling of first regional library
Your chance to see the design of the new state-of-the-art Southwest Regional Library.
The Louisville Free Public Library is hosting an unveiling of the design of a new regional library this evening, February 4. The meeting is scheduled for 6-8pm at the current location of the Southwest Regional Library, at 10375 Dixie Highway. A brief presentation with the architects will...
February 1, 2013 - 2:36pm
Novelist Alison Atlee weaves love and history together at Carmichael’s
We may be frozen in body but not in soul. Heat up your inner hearths tonight at Carmichael’s Bookstore as author Alison Atlee brings the historical story, ‘The Typewriter Girl’, to readers at 7pm.
I would sit in the corner with an atlas by myself.  If you were to pose me the question: “what kind of childhood games did you play?” – there, my dears, is the answer. It was the biggest atlas you’ve ever seen.  Bright electric blue cover to cover, like the...