July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Louisville Free Public Library hosts “Louisville Slugger and the African America
America's pastime includes a rich history of challenges for African Americans. Join P.J. Shelley from the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory as he presents "Louisville Slugger and the African American Baseball Experience" at the Louisville Free Public Library main branch.
Baseball is America’s pastime, and as long as there has been a game, African Americans have been playing it, despite challenges to equal rights and opportunities. That’s the story behind tomorrow night’s program presented by the Louisville Free Public Library and the Louisville...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Bassnectar [Music]
Bassnectar was a phenomenal end to Forecastle's Friday lineup.
If you weren’t at the Forecastle Festival on Friday to watch Bassnectar perform, I feel sorry for you. He tore the stage apart. I don’t know what was more enjoyable to watch: the crowd going crazy over his beats, him swaying his hair around like a boss, or the amazing stage set up. It...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Zion I [Music]
Zion I was full of energy and surprises, driving the crowd wild!
 Free styling at its best. That’s what Zion I (pronounced Zion Eye) was all about at the Forecastle Festival this past Friday.  All the way from Oakland, California, Zion I was representing the Bay area with its sick beats, intense free styling, amazing robot moves, and a crazy...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Atmosphere [Music]
Atmosphere won the crowd's hearts at Forecastle, just as expected!
 When I got my ticket for the Forecastle Festival, my friend told me I had to listen to Atmosphere perform—it was an absolute must, and I’m glad I did. Atmosphere is a group comprising of rapper Slug, DJ Ant, keyboardist Erick Anderson and guitarist Nate Collis from Minneapolis,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
My Morning Jacket Comes Home
My Morning Jacket delivered everything promised of their highly anticipated Forecastle Festival performance and more, marking their return to their hometown as "one for the ages."
“Modern-day Louisville to me is a very happy place,” Jim James wrote in a recent article for Louisville Magazine, reminiscing about his childhood in the River City and ruminating on the future. “I feel very excited to be a part of this wonderful and wide family of new friends and...